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Courtyard shopping settles in the waterfront groove

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A wind refreshed crowd dined in outdoors table groups at The Cheesecake Factory on the Kettner Boulevard and W. Harbor Drive corner, Friday, the 18th. Sunny waterfront weather did not disappoint the comfortable diners at The Headquarters five months after its November opening.

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Browsers on foot cropped up, in small parties, in the afternoon courtyard meeting place. Easter Sunday's 11 am to 4 pm flamenco guitar music would come. The weekly farmers market set for a return on the 27th.

Summer downtown shoping masses will sttle the prospects of a renaissance of style at the Spanish Revival mall on the waterfront. Terramar's ground level premier shopping and dining location waits on the deals made by locals and tourists.

Rebuilt, the landmark architecure houses San DIego Police Department exhibits, and jail cells, near the back parking. Remnants of the old police headquarters.

Enjoyment belongs in the ocean art gallery. Life is Good clothes stop the courtyard shoppers looking to refine their San Diego lifestyle comfort. Counts of cheese at Venissimo Cheese set new molds visitors can choose.

Waterfront business stays seasonably new at 789 West Harbor Drive amidst the field of palms. The season after the Temptations performed the grand opening act.

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