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It a historical neighborhood in San Diego. This 16-block area is mainly famous for its nightlife, clubs, entertainment, events, and good food to go on the way. The place extends from Broadway to Harbour drive and 5th Avenue is its main street. The name comes from the Gaslamp which was used as a source of lighting along with the arc lightings. 5th Avenue has 4 new Gaslamps installed in there. People generally plan their visits around the festivals like Mardi Gras, Street Scene Music Festival, St. Patrick’s Day events which are crowd-puller.
There are a lot of stores, fine dine restaurants, clubs and the streets themselves are full of life all night long. Gaslamp Quarter offers a one-of-a-kind outdoor dining experience with bars and restaurants raised to the skyline of the city. The Parklets and the sidewalk Patios are used as transitioning places to have meals and socialize by giants such as Gaslamp Pizza, American Junkies, Chocolate Cremerie, Greystone Steakhouse, and many more. People organize a day or two long day stays at the Gaslamp Quarters to experience the full fun of the nightlife and there are many photo booths, plazas, and driveways to just have a walk and use as a relaxing getaway.