ENDO 2010: Meeting at a Glance


San Diego has a lot of fun things to do, especially after a long day of sessions.

With approximately 1 million people living in the city limits and an average daily temperature of 70°F, San Diego, CA is an ideal location to have an oncology conference. Not only will you gain further knowledge about the medical specialty, but there are so many fun activities, nice restaurants, shopping, and the beach. To check out the hundreds of other fun things to do in San Diego, visit www.meetmeinsandiego.com/ENDO.

Discount Baseball Tickets for ENDO Attendees!

Catch a baseball game and see the San Diego Padres take on the Baltimore Orioles in a three-game series, June 18th-20th at Petco Park! ENDO attendees get a 25% ticket price discount at any of these three games if you book tickets in any of the following sections:

  • Field Pavilion
  • Field Box Infield
  • Upper Infield Reserved
  • Right Field Lower Reserved

Reserve tickets online at www.padres.com/promo and fill in the discount code: endo2010.

On the Waterfront

Located across the street from the San Diego Convention Center, the Seaport Village offers a great place to relax in between lectures, poster presentations, and exhibits held throughout the day. Here, you will find 50 shops, a number of sit-down and on-the-go restaurants, and artistic performances by bands, dancers, and magicians.


The Flower Fields

For the green thumbs out there, visit the Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch to view more than 50 acres of giant tecolote ranunculus, roses, and Ecke poinsettias on foot or by tractor. During the conference, two fun events will be happening here, Bluegrass Day on April 12 from 11:00AM-4:00PM and an Arts and Crafts Fair on April 12 and 13 from 9:00AM-6:00PM. Visit www.theflowerfields.com to learn more.

More than a park

As one of the more popular places to visit in San Diego, Balboa Park (www.balboapark.com) is the home to many museums, gardens, artistic performances, and restaurants, including the world famous San Diego Zoo (www.sandiegozoo.org). The Zoo is comprised of 100 acres and is home to more than “4,000 rare and endangered animals representing more than 800 species and subspecies” in addition to more than “700,000 exotic plants.” This is one place you don’t want to miss!

Top 10 Restaurants

1. Donovan’s Steak & Chop House

2. Parallel 33

3. Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar

4. Rama

5. Sushi Ota

6. George’s at the Cove

7. WineSellar & Brasserie

8. Oceanaire Seafood Room

9. Bertrand at Mr. A’s

10. Marine Room


Gaslamp Quarter Nightlife

For a night out on the town, the Gaslamp Quarter (www.gaslamp.org) may be your best bet to have a good time. In addition to the many restaurants and bars, it is guaranteed that you will find live entertainment somewhere such as Croce’s Restaurant & Jazz Bar (www.croces.com) and Dublin Square Irish Pub (www.dublinsquareirishpub.com). Piano lovers should check out the Shout! House (www.theshouthouse.com), a dueling piano bar.

Rooftop Bars

After a long day in sessions, check out one of the many rooftop bars San Diego has to offer. Grab a drink, get some fresh air, and take in the view. Here are some that you might want to go to:

  1. 207
  2. ALTITUDE Sky Bar & Garden Lounge
  3. The Beach
  4. IVY Rooftop
  5. Jsix and LOUNGEsix
  6. Stingaree
  7. Top of the Hyatt
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