Located in historic Liberty Station, the new Liberty Public Market is now home to many local artisans who aren’t messing around when it comes to crafting quality grub. Whether you explore with friends or go solo, you won’t be disappointed.

Wicked Maine Lobster

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West coast peeps: ever wondered what the fuss is about with lobster rolls? Well, here’s a chance to find out. Wicked Maine Lobster serves up these delicious New England sammies for San Diegans to devour. Go for the shrimp or crab rolls in addition to their famous lobster roll.

Pasta Design

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If you’re a huge pasta lover like me, you understand the frustration of not being able to eat it every single night (something about it not being super healthy or whatever). However, you can totally cheat and go for delicious veggie pastas freshly made by Pasta Design. Get a pound of fresh pasta, any kind of noodle and flavor for only $8 — it’s an absolute steal.


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This burger beauty by Stuffed! will not only leave you feeling happily stuffed, but their patties are literally stuffed with ooey-gooey melted cheese. Experience the Bang burger packed to the gills with smoked bacon, fried onions, pickles, BBQ sauce, and of course, stuffed with creamy blue cheese.

Mama Made Thai


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My search for an amazing Thai place in San Diego has finally ended. The truly authentic eatery Mama Made Thai brings Bangkok street food favorites to the aisles of the Liberty Public Market, serving up unique twists to famous Thai dishes.

Want to take a stab at making your own Thai food? Try these 3 easy Thai dishes you can make at home.

Le Parfait Paris

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These delicately light, yet rich peanut butter macarons are the ultimate fancy treat. The artisans at Le Parfait Paris offer a wide range of desserts, pastries, sandwiches, and freshly made breads. You could spend hours at this cute corner shop sipping an espresso with a couple of macarons, while pretending you’re at a romantic Parisian café.

Want to start a macaron obession? Here’s everything you should know about macarons.

Cecilia’s Taqueria

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Living in San Diego, you don’t have to go far for great Mexican food. Cecilia’s Taqueria claims its stake in the Liberty Public Market as the go-to authentic taco joint. Cecilia uses fresh and local ingredients to make her handmade tortillas, hearty salads and tostadas, and mouthwatering tacos. Cecilia’s Taqueria proves that the blending of culture, tradition, and quality are is a difference you can taste.

Craving to make your own tacos? Give this Tilapia taco recipe a try.

The Westbean Coffee Roasters

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Drinking coffee is truly an experience on its own, which is something The WestBean Coffee Roasters takes seriously. Their vanilla latte is the best I’ve ever had; smooth, creamy, with just a subtle hint of vanilla. Any coffee snob can appreciate the quality and craft that WestBean proudly serves in every cup.

Mastiff Sausage Company

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Mastiff Sausage Company offers radical sausage sandwiches for the heartiest of meat eaters. Using garden fresh ingredients and humanely raised meat, MSC leads the way in the craft foods movement in San Diego. Take a juicy bite out of their Classic Bratwurst complete with savory sides.