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CRAFT COCKTAIL FAVORITE
Tucked away in the Marina District, The
Lion’s Share is the preferred watering
hole of the city’s top bartenders, is known
for its expertly crafted cocktails, exotic
meats (antelope sliders, anyone?) and
CULTURE & COCKTAILS
DJs spin, exotic beverages flow, and the
artwork dazzles at the San Diego Museum
of Art’s popular sundown series, Culture
& Cocktails. On Thursday, June 29, look
for Sculpture & Cocktails, celebrating the
exhibit Richard Deacon: What You See Is
What You Get.
SAN DIEGO’S ICONIC PERCH
The legendary patio at Bertrand at Mister
A’s sits 350 feet above sea level, putting
you at eye level with the incoming planes,
fashioneds and bar bites.
GASLAMP COMEDY CLUB
If you’re looking for an evening of laughs,
drinks and good times, head to the award-winning American Comedy Co., where
big names like Dana Carvey, Joel McHale,
Norm Macdonald, Jay Mohr and Craig
Robinson step up to the mic. Aspiring
comics can give it their best shot at open
mic night on Tuesdays.
LIBATIONS IN LITTLE ITALY
Try a classic negroni paired with tasty
Milanese street food at Monello, or opt for
oysters and champagne at Ironside. Vintage
taxidermy and books line the walls at the
recently renovated Craft and Commerce, a
gastropub known for its potent punch bowls
and beer cocktails.
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DJ Ayla Simone picks her
favorite after-dark hangouts.
This satellite location of the
Caesar’s Palace club books
top-tier talent like Tiësto, Calvin
Harris, Nervo, and Steve Aoki.
The three-level club has a main
room, a middle-level bar, a VIP
area overlooking the dance floor
and a rooftop lounge with hip-
hop and Top 40 for the people
who want a different vibe.
I love Fluxx because it has a
great design. There’s plenty of
room to get down on the dance
floor with your girls, and lots of
fun young people to meet. The
sound system and lighting are
This Vegas-style club has top-
notch design and a very large
main room with a dance floor,
stage, LED wall and VIP booths.
They play a great mix of hip-hop
and electronic music.
Check out the East Village’s
“container park,” an industrial
open space with food trucks, craft
beer, games like Jenga, and, of
course, music (through July).