I LOVE SOUTH O

Dated: 01/04/2018

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Those of us who live in the South Oceanside area know what a great place it is!  In 2017 the rest of the world discovered our secret North County gem.  For starters it is a great walking neighborhood in many ways.  You can walk from home to the beach, to one of many great pocket parks, to a well known area such as the Pier, or just take a stroll through the great shops and restaurants that have been popping up in the neighborhood over the last few years.  We have shops with hand made items and restaurants that feature locally sourced food.  It is always nice to be sitting at one of my favorites such as #PrivateerPizza and chat with chefs from other local restaurants who just came by for a beer and some amazingly fresh and tasty food.  What I love about #SouthO is the great sense of community and love for the community that is shared by all who know and love the area.

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