Located about five miles northeast of Downtown San Diego, Cherokee Point
is nestled between I-805 and I-15. Both freeways connect with I-8 just a couple miles north, so residents of this neighborhood have easy access to the rest of the city.
Cherokee Point has a low-key vibe, so locals usually make their way to surrounding areas for entertainment. If you feel like staying close to home, be sure to stop by University Avenue and Landis Street for some fun – these two streets also contain the bulk of the neighborhood’s apartments and houses
Latin cuisine dominates the neighborhood dining scene; Sabores Colombianos stands out for its scrumptious empanadas. Canada Steak Burger has been the leader in great burgers for decades in Cherokee Point, and El Uno Bar provides residents with cool mixed cocktails. Spend some time outdoors at Park de la Cruz, which features barbecue pits.