12. Go to the Del Mar Fair
It wasn't always in Del Mar, and it was suspended during WWII, but the Fair's roots date all the way back to 1880 when a group of farmers came together to find out who had the best stuff, like citrus, pies, etc. Now that "best stuff" is everything from ShamWows to deep-fried everything.
11. Try surfing. Even if it's only once. While other people are shoveling snow off their driveways, you're sun tanning in 80 degree weather. You owe it to those people to try surfing.
10. Host out-of-towners. A lot. We become pros at surfing lessons, finding wetsuits for people to borrow, going to the zoo (again), conducting brewery tours, and locating the closest "authentic" Mexican food place...
9. Party in PB Ugh, tons of college girls. UGH, tons of bars that stay open late. Ugh, an adjacent beach. No wonder PB has such a bad rap.
8. Visit The Brig We won't tell you what the full name of this veteran seafood restaurant is, but here are some hints: it's named after a type of ship and it rhymes with Shmrigantine.