What’s New in North City San Diego

The ever-evolving San Diego destination, North City, has announced sweet new additions to the “city within a city” with the opening of Maya’s Cookies and Wynston’s Ice Cream. Plus, North City welcomes a new summer cocktail menu and extended hours at your favorite spots. 

Wynston’s Ice Cream 

Though it’s no secret that Wynston’s Ice Cream is not new to the SoCal ice cream scene, the spot has just opened its flagship store in North City San Diego. The new store is the most prominent Wynston’s location, marking new territory for the ice cream shop to create its award-winning frozen treats with a new, full-size churning facility on the grounds. To learn more about Wynston’s Ice Cream, visit

Copa Vida North City

A new sizzling summer menu has just dropped at Copa Vida at North City San Diego, with seasonal flavors and new drinks added to the roster. Some new sips guests can expect to enjoy include the mango Tajin Spritzer with mango-infused mint, seltzer water and a Tajin rim, and Watermelon Hibiscus with watermelon-infused hibiscus tea, seltzer water and lemonade. Each of these libations is only available during these warmer summer months. To learn more about Copa Vida, visit

Maya’s Cookies

Maya’s Cookies

Maya’s Cookies, the local vegan cookie hotspot, has just celebrated the opening its second store in San Diego and first in North City’s community. The spot is the No. 1 Black-owned gourmet cookie company, offering unique flavors like chocolate chip s’mores and marble brownies. Each sweet treat was inspired by owner Maya Madsen’s travels, memories and experiences. To learn more about Maya’s Cookies, visit

Draft Republic 

Draft Republic is finally serving lunch on the weekends with new hours on Saturday, from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., and Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. In addition to the extended weekend hours, visitors can now anticipate live music on the weekends while enjoying their lunch, as well as in the evening during the week at this North City San Diego outpost. To learn more about Draft Republic, visit

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