In addition to selling costumes, they also have rentals! I came here to rent a costume for a play I had to put on, and the staff was very helpful in getting what I needed for a decent price. They have a ton of other party accessories, like masks and whatnot.
Both my dad and I frequent this place because it's conveniently located near our neighborhood. We bring our clothes here to get them altered, and they do a pretty fine job for a pretty decent price. (Otherwise we wouldn't be going here repeatedly, would we?) It's located in the Safeway plaza. It usually takes a couple of days to finish, but you can drop off your order and go grocery shopping too!
I came here with a group of friends for dinner, and they accomodated us well. It wasn't too crowded either. There are a handful of vegetarian options, as well as non-vegetarian options, so it's great for anyone! I ordered the Pad Thai and was pleased. The prices are okaaay, but not the cheapest deal. Worth a try.
Hilltop Gifts is similar to Morning Glory - they sell all the giddy Asian goodness you could possibly ever want. They have pencils, pencil cases, notebooks, key chains, stuffed animals, and a whole lot more. They have a bunch of your favorite Asian characters (Japanese and Korean) - Sanrio, Mario, Doraemon, Totoro, etc etc. It's an inexpensive place, and the store owner's friendly too.
My parents and I were visiting Boston. We were in this area for lunch and decided to try Thai Basil (because they had a decent amount of vegetarian options). It was a pretty good choice! My mom and I had the Veggie Pad Thai, and my dad ordered the veggie yellow curry. Very good! Not bad at all for the price we paid. My dad also got Thai Iced Tea, and he enjoyed it.
Like the title says, this shoe store has some pretty good comfortable shoes for both men and women, but very pricey! If you have the money to splurge on your feet, then check this place out. You won't regret it. (You might want to go in when there are sales if you want a better deal.)
My family's gotten groceries from this place ever since I can remember. Their products are pretty good. Fresh veggies and all. We also like to go here because of the frozen veggie products they sell.
(If you're a germophobe, I might keep back. Sometimes I see houseflies flying around the produce area. But they've been pretty good about keeping them away.)
My vegan friend brought me here for lunch one day, and I really enjoyed their food. It's pretty much a take-out service, but you can sit and eat inside. They make a handful of dishes ready, and you pick and choose.
Can't remember what I had, but I remember wanting to try most of the dishes because my friend said they were all pretty good. Everything's vegan, as the name says. The prices are pretty budget low, so I'd swing by here and give them a try - vegan or not.
I was craving Vietnamese sandwiches for a really long time. My friends and I stumbled upon this place, and decided to try them out. It's a small ethnic restaurant, and I kinda looked down on it, but the sandwiches were delicious!! We ordered them to-go, but you can also dine in with a full menu.
They're really cheap. And if you order 5 (?) you get a discount. The bread tastes authentic banh mi style, and comes warm and soft and crispy at the same time. Favorite Viet sandwich place in SD so far!
I went in here to look for sunglasses for my mom. It's located close to campus, so I figured I'd give them a shot. The selection was alright. Service was also okay. Nothing spectacular. The ones I wanted were pricier than I expected, but I took them anyway.
They have a warranty, but they only have stores in San Diego. I see them having sales every so often, but none of them floated my boat. I'd look at alternate places before settling here.