Pacific Beach, San Diego
This place is great because of the atmosphere and the huge amounts of good looking young people partying, dancing and havinga great time. Within 6 or 7 blocks are about 50 different bars and clubs and the streets are packed with people partying until early in the morning. Best nights are Thursday to Saturday. The street is Garnet and it is in Pacific Beach. Here you can find a bar to suit anyone.
Dress Code: FOR THE TYPHOON SALOON BUTTON UP SHIRT AND NO HATS ARE THE NORM. CALIFORNIA'S ONLY TRULY INTERACTIVE HOT SPOT. WITH FOUR LEVELS AND TWO DANCE FLOORS, TYPHOON TAKES YOU TO A FANTASY LAND FULL OF LIGHTS AND MUSIC. IF LOUNGING IS YOUR STYLE, JUST KICK IT ON ONE OF OUR COMFY COUCHES IN THE 50-FOOT LOFT OVERLOOKING THE ACTION BELOW, OR PLAY POOL ON ONE OF OUR TWO POOL TABLES LOCATED IN THE SALOON BELOW THE CLUB FLOOR LEVEL. COME SEE WHAT ALL THE HYPE IS ABOUT.
Pacific Beach Bar , also popularly known as "The Grill," is located in beautiful Pacific Beach in San Diego, CA. The Grill is located two blocks from Crystal Pier, 1.5 miles Between Mission & Howard.
We offer a full-service menu featuring a large selection of appetizers, salads, Mexican entrees, pizza, pasta, burgers, and sandwiches.
Being San Diego's most popular gathering spot, we feature pool tables, shuffleboard, darts, and NTN Video interactive television to further entertain yourself on 56 large televisions showing every sporting event available on satellite such as the NFL, NBA, Major League Baseball, and NCAA.
If that's not enough, then dance the night away at Club Tremors, just a few steps away, or Plan B across the street, featuring live music from local and national bands.
Once again, this place is a GREAT place to meet hot girls and guys, party until latre at night and really experience one of San Diego's finest.
Dress Code: No dress code really. This place is pretty relaxed and accomidates just about any dress style. For the most part however, people are dressed in surfer and beach hottie gear.
Everyone who goes to pb goes to Moondoggies, PB bar and grill,etc. But one overlooked gem is the Australian pub. It too can get a little meatmarkety (hell, the Safeway on garnett gets a little meatmarkety), especially on weekend nights, but it's a great place to have a couple of pints and listen to some music if you're not in the mood for full-on clubbing.
Dress Code: I don't think they have one.
Alright, are you looking for a place with to party with the locals? Well then welcome to Thrusters. Thrusters is a somewhat dive bar in PB. The place is skinny as a skeleton, but loaded with fun. They usually pour good drinks and the dance floor is booming on the weekends. So check it out.
Dress Code: Casual, beach attire.
There are dance clubs all over and even downtown. Those are more of the ritzy type, so if you really wantto have fun and hang out with the college crowd, go to "PB" Pacific Beach.
On that block, there is at 10 clubs and bars, ranging in all fifferent types of music. At the end of the block is a Denny's to sober up, or you could always go for a midnight stroll on the beach.
The best time to stert showing up to the clubs is around 21:00 and the clubs close by 2:30 since alcohol cannot be served after 2:00 AM.
Dress Code: Informal dress, but guys should wear pants and some kind of shirt.
The ladies get away with wearing whatever cute outfit they like.
PB Bar and Grill (also known as 'cheesy' bar and grill) is a quintessential San Diego bar. Located only two blocks from the beach, PB Bar&Grill is a local favorite. There is great food, great booze, and great people watching.
Oh, you have to see PB Bar&Grill to get a true taste of the Pacific Beach nightlife. Come on Tuesday for $1.25 tacos... yummy!
Dress Code: anything goes...
Cass Street Bar & Grill is my favorite hangouts by the beach. This is a popular spot (especially Thursday nights) for the older beach locals. Don't let the word 'older' deter you... the food is excellent. Be sure to try the fresh fish or chinese chicken salad!
serves beer and wine only - cash only (there's an ATM in the bar or across the street)
Dress Code: shorts and flip-flops
Pacific Beach in San Diego, CA has many decent bars and a college student and beach life favor. The crowd varies slightly based on the bar. For example, PB Bar and Grill is mostly college students, though there is a mix of people. PB is, for the most part, a singles and college scene. There are more family friendly beaches in town, notably Coronado.
Dress Code: Whatever. Shorts and flip-flops, if the weather is okay. It can get a little chilly during the winter . . . light jacket chilly.
We went to the club Tremor at the back of the Pacific Beach Bar & Grill - maybe it was the company but we all had an awesome time at this place, dancing the night away and drinking not badly priced drinks - tho we somehow got into the raised VIP bar - maybe being a tourist helps!
We stayed till we got kicked out when it closed I think around 2 or 3am - that part's a little hazy!
Dress Code: We wore jeans and shoes, a couple of guys were in shorts so seems pretty laid back tho some people dressed up too, so all sorts!
I love this place... it has a HUGE menu. My husband and I would always meet up there. We love the spinach & artichoke dip... it is served in a sourdough bread bowl it is so yummy!!!!!
Dress Code: You can wear whatever you want.