Neighborhood Guide: Rolando News San Diego California
Rolando is a quiet, hidden neighborhood in San Diego’s Eastern Area. First laid out in the 1920s and built primarily in the postwar boom of the 1940s and 50s, Rolando is home to the nostalgic architecture and beauty of close-knit, bungalow-style houses set in Eastern Area’s charming rolling hills.
Many special features set Rolando apart. Take your dog on a walk on Rolando’s safe sidewalks in the evening to enjoy the warm yellow glow of our acorn-style lampposts. Explore our eight unique “catwalks” (public sidewalks in-between houses) which connect many of Rolando’s meandering, tree-lined streets. Visit our burgeoning restaurant scene which boasts many award-winning destination spots like Terra American Bistro, Bistro Sixty (San Diego Desserts), Bridges Bar & Grill, Next Door Wine Bar, Alforon Lebanese Cuisine, and much more. The Rolando area is also home to family-friendly Clay Park, Henry Clay Elementary School, the Rolando Little League ball fields, and the Ray & Joan KROC Center.
Rolando is bordered by College Avenue to the west, University Avenue to the south, the City of La Mesa to the east and El Cajon Boulevard to the north. Find Local Entertainment, Restaurants, and more. Deals, Events and News…
January 2017 Edition