No longer only a typical slow beach town, San Diego now offers a fantastic nightlife scene. Laid-back beach bars of Mission Beach filled with the young, amazing set all through the year, there are also a lot of trendy places in the Gaslamp and East Village locations, and busy downtown La Jolla is preferred by a more mature crowd. Here are some of the best clubs and bars in San Diego.
Noble Experiment is a place where cocktails and their components are highlighted to the maximum, taking you a new level of joy if you are one of those people who appreciate quality cocktails.
Altitude Sky Lounge is the superior Southern California scene which appeals to a great number of visitors to the location.
207 is a relaxed den connected with glamour found off the hotel lobby, it exudes an even more relaxed surroundings for chat over cocktails, watching a game on big flat screen TV or perhaps enjoying music content spun by the trendiest region DJs.
The splendor and class of the ’30s and ’40s amazing clubs comes to life at Anthology.
Fleetwood is a cocktail bar and lounge placed right next to Petco Park in the core of downtown.
Fluxx is a hot new mega club which started picking up praises as soon as it started working. Fluxx offers an interior depicting its name, in that the setting is always changing.
The Andaz San Diego offers several bars throughout their hotel. The fantastic nightclub is the right place to be if you are a party person, with various levels of dancing and partying.
Situated on the 4th floor of San Diego’s popular Hotel Solomar, J6Bar is the ideal mix of swank, lounge, and class.
Prohibition is created to give a relaxing, high class environment where chosen patrons enjoy themselves surrounded by red lighting, dark wood and luxurious leather seating.
Sidebar can be both a lounge as well as nightclub, offering a dynamic surrounding with classic sex appeal.
Situated in San Diego’s once infamous red light area, Stingaree is a classy 22,500 square foot warehouse for the provocative to play.
Vin De Syrah is a unique wine bar which is underground and definitely must be seen, but before that you need to find the way through a secret entrance.
Top of the Hyatt rests on the 40th floor, above the magnificent San Diego Bay with amazing views of the city and beyond. The place offers a fantastic setting from the highest waterfront hotel on the West Coast and it is a great location to watch the amazing San Diego sunsets. Here, cocktails are something special and shouldn’t be skipped.