Busy Bee's Bagel & Bakery 6861 la Jolla Blvd, La Jolla, CA92037 Busy Bee's Bagel & Bakery offers up bagels, beverages and lunch options, with both indoor and outdoor seating…More options. The store has a free parking lot for customers, which is a rare find in this busy La Jolla area. Busy Bee's is open daily from 6am.
The La Jolla Visitor Information Center is located on Herschel Avenue, near Prospect Street. It is open six…More days a week in the winter, and seven days weekly during the summer. Here you will find friendly, professional information for anyone looking for a store to shop in, a place to dine and numerous La Jolla attractions.</p>
<p>The Center helps people with questions ranging from accommodations, shopping, dining, transportation, events, maps and more. The visitor center staff asks each person what country, state or city they are from.</p>
Ralph's 8657 Villa la Jolla Dr, La Jolla, CA92037 Ralph's is a large, full-service grocery store in La Jolla Village Square. The store maintains clean, organized aisles…More and several open checkout lanes to make the shopping experience quick and efficient. In addition to buying groceries, Ralph shoppers can also enjoy the Golden Spoon frozen yogurt shop, Wells Fargo banking center, Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, Boar's Head Deli and 24-hour pharmacy.
Le Chauvinist Consignment Store for Men 7709 Fay Ave, La Jolla, CA92037 Le Chauvinist is a colorful consignment and resale store for men. The store specializes in vintage, retro and western…More apparel. It also carries hats, shoes, boots and accessories. The shop was opened in 2001 by S. J. Viesca.
Jane's Fabrique 7547 Girard Ave, La Jolla, CA92037 Jane's Fabrique was born out of the desire of oneperson who loved sewing and fine fabrics. La Jolla local…More Jane Christensen opened the store in 1964. It has an array of cotton, silks, linens, wools and blends perfect for any project. In addition to the wide selection of fabrics, it boasts a large selection of buttons, trims, ribbons and notions.
Catering to a mature style of women's apparel, the Draper's & Damon's line of design was originally established…More in Pasadena, CA in the 1920's. Since then new stores have continued to open, including this downtown La Jolla location during the 1970's.</p>
<p>Appropriate selections are available for casual and everyday, professional and special occasion attire. The shop size is modest but merchandise is organized and easy to browse. Water, coffee and cookies are available to shoppers and sales associates are on hand to answer questions, offer styling tips and assist with sizes which include standard women's, petites, misses, and plus sizes (available for order.)</p>