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Events in Coronado

Navy Special Warfare Superfrog Triathlon
September 16, 2018
The SUPERFROG triathlon was designed by Navy SEALs in 1979 to help SEALs prepare for what was then the newly created IRONMAN triathlon in Hawai'i and to provide the Navy Underwater Demolition Teams (UDT) and SEAL Teams a physical training event that was both multi-faceted and competitive.

Beers by the Bay
October 10, 2018
Don't miss Coronado's first annual beer fest! Enjoy full pours of San Diego's finest local craft beers, live music, gorgeous bay views and tons of fun in the sun at Beers by the Bay! Special discounted ticket prices available until September 15 so get your tickets NOW! Cheers! 

Art in the Park
1st and 3rd Sundays every month
Spreckels Park
Art In The Park features more than fifty top artists in every genre including oil, acrylic and watercolor painting,etching, photography, wood and metal working, stained glass, ceramics and a variety of other unusual and distinctive art forms. View the art from 9:00am - 4pm every 1st and 3rd Sunday in Spreckels Park. More details here.

Reptile Show
Every Thursday in July from 3:30-4:30pm
Location: Music Room
Free admission

Weekly Farmers Market
Every Tuesday
Ferry Landing (in the parking lot next to Il Fornaio)
Visit the Farmers Market every Tuesday at the Ferry Landing from 2:30pm - 6pm. The Coronado Farmers Market is one of the longest running farmers' markets in San Diego County. 

Coronado's Live Music

Leroy's Kitchen & Lounge
Every Wednesday & Thursday

Stake Chophouse & Bar
Every Wednesday starting at 5:30pm

McP's Irish Pub & Grill
Sunday through Thursday at 8pm
Friday & Saturday's at 9pm 

Wine a Bit
Friday & Saturday at 6pm

Hotel del Coronado
Tuesday through Saturday at 7pm

Image of JOhn Spreckels

History of the Glorietta Bay Inn

John Dietrich Spreckels (pictured to the left) did more than any other individual in San Diego's history to help the city prosper. His visionary leadership helped put San Diego on the map of national and international commerce. Convinced by local civic boosters that San Diego was ideally located for commerce, Spreckels at the age of 34, began investing in the community. He bought the utility company, street car system, water company and established the San Diego & Arizona Eastern railroad, opening San Diego to the east. CLICK TO READ MORE