Coronado Beachwear 1111 Orange Ave, Coronado, CA92118 Most visitors from out of town will want to leave with some Coronado or San Diego souvenirs and memorabilia, and…More Coronado Beachwear is a great place to do just that. A large selection of t-shirts emblazoned with local images, graphics and words make narrowing down a choice difficult. Many different beach cover-ups are available, as are towels, goggles and bags, all reasonably priced. Shot glasses and snow globes can be purchased here as well, and all make excellent gifts for those who didn't make it to San Diego this time around.
This spacious and open gallery, owned by Tom Strong, was established on the stunning Coronado Ferry Landing…More in 1994. Strong has another gallery on Coronado in the Loew's resort, but this is the main venue. The natural surroundings to the building are fitting given the theme of the gallery's art. Housing work from more than 100 different artists, the collection is firmly rooted in themes of nature.
Anyone can enter and enjoy the art, which includes vibrant paintings of jungle cats, stingrays sculpted in bronze, and various other original creations. If you're in the market, the pieces are for sale and marked as such. For shop hoppers who may have grabbed a snack, make sure to ditch any food or drink before entering.
MooTime Creamery 1025 Orange Ave, Coronado, CA92118 Next door to its sister establishment Beach N Diner, MooTime Creamery provides Coronado with handcrafted sorbet, yogurt…More and ice cream. Full of old-fashioned delights like ice cream floats and sodas, as well as shakes, sundaes and splits, the parlor makes its own waffle cones and cups. For the ice cream sandwich lover, there are "Moo Burgers," two freshly baked cookies with a scoop of ice cream pressed in between. Ice cream cakes and pies are sold here, as is an extensive selection of different root beers. Mootime Creamery offers catering and parties, from ice cream bars to float bars and even a hot fudge bar.