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The Torrey Hills Shopping Center, located on the intersection of Carmel Mountain Road and East Ocean Air Drive, is more than just a shopping center. It truly is a gathering ground for the whole community. On any given day you will see families and their children sitting out in the comfortable courtyard drinking Starbucks, mixing and mingling, and just enjoying the beautiful weather San Diego has to offer.
The center itself is truly a great public space, designed to meet everyone’s needs. It has a Vons Market for residents to purchase groceries in, the mandatory Starbucks needed to keep our lovely Carmel Valley moms going, a large medical office building, and a variety of national, regional, and local restaurants and businesses. With a Taste of Italy, BBQ Republic, Daphnes Greek Café, Brueggers Bagels, Subway and Edible Arrangements, there is surely something for everyone’s tastebuds.
The Torrey Hills Shopping Center isn’t just built for those with two-legs, it also caters to our furry four legged friends by offering a community dog park, as well as the store Dirty Dogs. Dog owners often sit in the courtyard with a good book, while their dogs lay peacefully in the sun. The sound of running water produced by the courtyard fountain can soothe anyone’s soul, even dogs!!!
To visit all of the amazing shops and restaurants or to enjoy the beautiful courtyard, visit the Torrey Hills Shopping Center. Additional information can be found online at the center website, Torreyhillscenter.com.
David A. Moya is a Carmel Valley San Diego community contributor and influencer for positive change. As founder of The Carmel Valley Life he focuses on education, transparency and helping others find a voice for their passion. During his earlier years, he fed his entrepreneurial spirit and founded a company focused on helping kids committed to peak performance. David went on to pay for his BA in Finance through his real estate business and after graduating flew more than 30 flights to over 10 countries in order to master the art of communication and business. Today, he enjoys creating value for his community by leading a movement of responsibility – one of sharing knowledge, stories and a helping hand.