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Seaport Village is a shopping and dining complex adjacent to San Diego Bay in downtown San Diego, California. It houses more than 70 shops, galleries, and eateries on of waterfront property. The Village contains several freestanding buildings in an assortment of architectural styles, from Victorian to traditional Mexican. It is designed to be a car-free environment, with four miles (6 km) of winding paths rather than streets connecting the various buildings. It is located in walking distance from the San Diego Convention Center and the cruise ship terminal.


Seaport Village was built on landfill over Punta de los Muertos (Spanish for Point of the Dead), where the Spanish expedition of 1782 buried those who had died of scurvy. In later years it was a railroad yard where goods and other. Then Seaport Village broke ground in 1978 and opened in 1980.


54 shops line the winding walking pathways, with merchandise ranging from cruiseware and San Diego souvenirs to specialty vendors. For example, Seaport Village is home to shops devoted exclusively to hot sauce, music boxes, wind chimes, hammocks, kites, and the world's largest selection of mugs. There is also a 100-year-old carousel, built in 1895 and still in daily operation. Horse-drawn carriage rides and pedicabs are also available.


Seaport Village is home to several bay-view restaurants: the Harbor House restaurant, Edgewater Grill, Buster's, the Pier Cafe, Anthony's Fish...
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