The Seabird’s location in the heart of the Oceanside Cultural District gives you access to what San Diego Magazine calls “a thriving bed of culinary and artistic success.” Visit an art gallery, a museum, or one of two historic theaters, then settle in to sample local beers on a sun-drenched patio. For adventures further afield, take a day trip to San Diego or Los Angeles to enjoy theme parks, nature spots, and historic sites, and more.
Breakfast classics and remixes of brunch and lunch favorites are served sunrise to sunset at this free-spirited oceanfront eatery. Everything on the menu is made from scratch with fresh, all-natural ingredients grown right here in Southern California.
Located in the south facing wing of The Seabird, OMA West Gallery, a dedicated satellite space for the museum, offers a rotating curation of art selected specifically for our resort. With every return visit you make to The Seabird, we hope you will explore the creative iterations of local art that will be featured on a temporary basis to celebrate the active artistic life of Oceanside.
IRONMAN 70.3 Oceanside is the first race on the North American circuit with a stacked pro field that is sure to test your winter training. Kicking off at Oceanside Harbor, through Camp Pendleton and the Oceanside Pier, Oceanside’s beautiful scenery will keep you going from start to finish.
Located at the Oceanside Pier, Super Girl Pro Series is the only large-scale all-women’s action sports, esports and lifestyle series in the world. See the next wave of pro surfers compete in multiple events throughout the course of the weekend.
Kicking off at the Oceanside Pier, you can join riders of all levels and ages while experiencing the best of Southern California beaches and surf towns as you ride routes of 100, 50, 25 on historic Highway 101, or enjoy the family ride on the San Luis River Trail (15 or 7 miles).
With the starting line at Oceanside Pier, Race Across America is one of the most respected and longest running ultra-endurance events in the world. RAAM is seen as a pinnacle of athletic achievement not only in cycling circles but the greater sporting community as well.