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The Hottest Cocktail Bars in San Diego, October 2021

The newest drinks in the city can be found at these bars

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It’s been a wild ride for San Diego bars. Since the end of California’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy, bars are now open at full capacity but as a bonus, to-go cocktail service will be allowed to continue at least until the end of the year.

As we move through fall, the weather is still nice enough to keep parklets and patios full of cocktail-seekers. Plus, as people head back to their offices, happy hour has seen a resurgence across the city.

The Eater Cocktail Heatmap will be updated frequently to highlight new openings or fresh menus that are generating serious buzz around town.

Know of a cocktail spot with a decent amount of heat that should be added to the list? Send us a note!

Health experts consider dining out to be a high-risk activity for the unvaccinated; the latest data about the delta variant indicates that it may pose a low-to-moderate risk for the vaccinated, especially in areas with substantial transmission. The latest CDC guidance is here; find a COVID-19 vaccination site here.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. The Rooftop Bar

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201 N Myers St
Oceanside, CA 92054
(760) 512-3331
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Views and good cocktails reside at the Rooftop Bar at Oceanside’s brand new Mission Pacific Hotel. Chill out with drinks like the La Fortuna with strawberry infused Aperol, prosecco, St-Germain, and vermouth or spice it up with the Pina Mia made with serrano tequila, pineapple infused mezcal, cilantro, lime, and tajin.

Pink cocktail with sunlight streaming thought, held towards the sky with the Pacific Ocean in the background.
The Rooftop Bar
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2. Pacific Coast Spirits

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404 S Coast Hwy
Oceanside, CA 92054
(760) 453-7150
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At this Oceanside tasting room you’ll find Pacific Coast Spirits’s small batch, “grain-to-glass” liquors bended into classic, draft, and canned cocktails for dine-in and take-out. House favorites include the Skeleton Kru with PCS white rye whiskey, lemon, brown sugar syrup, Giffard Peche, and tiki bitters.

Clear cocktail poured over ice.
Pacific Coast Spirits
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3. The Plot

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1733 S Coast Hwy
Oceanside, CA 92054
(442) 266-8200
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A gem in Oceanside, The Plot’s front-of-house manager Marisa Johnson has created a new craft cocktail menu that celebrates all things botanical including the Neon Prayers with Lillet Blanc, basil, lemon, and sweet vermouth and the Baby Michael with champagne, orgeat, lemon, and bitters.

Petit cocktails garnished with fresh herbs.
The Plot
Israel Palacio

4. Campfire

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2725 State St
Carlsbad, CA 92008
(760) 637-5121
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Joining the power line-up at Jeune et Jolie and Campfire in Carlsbad is sommelier and mezcal expert, Jeremy Simpson. Simpson, formally of LA’s Bar Caló and Bestia, has refreshed the bar program with cocktails like the Clipper Ship with gin, kiwi, dashi, sea lettuce, and lime.

Cocktail muddled with cucumber.
Campfire
Devin Castaneda

5. Understory

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12841 El Camino Real Suite 209-210
San Diego, CA 92130
(858) 925-7022
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Located in the heart of the new Del Mar Highlands’ Sky Deck, Understory Bar has introduced a new late night cocktail program, Nocturnal. Available after 9 p.m., the regularly rotating menu of nightcaps are available for $1, with any subsequent nightcaps being offered for $5. The inaugural menu includes the Halcyon Horseshoe made with Irish whiskey, peach liquor, and lemonade or the Crash Bandicoot, a blend of tequila, watermelon, and Tabasco.

An artful arrangement of cocktails on a bar table.
Understory
Kimberly Motos

6. Farmer & The Seahorse

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10996 Torreyana Rd Ste 240
San Diego, CA 92121
(858) 260-5400
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Enjoy happy hour at the charming and quirky Farmer & The Seahorse. Chris D’ Apice and his bar team are serving up a handful of new libations. Highlights of the new menu include the easy-drinking Swim Fan with housemade cilantro syrup, tequila, mezcal, lime juice with serrano and a Mai Tai with white rum, pineapple juice, orgeat, orange curacao, lime juice, and dark aged spiced rum.

Tropical cocktail with flower garnish.
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7. Green Acre Campus Pointe

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10300 Campus Point Dr
San Diego, CA 92121
(858) 450-9907
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The large garden grounds of Green Acre Campus Pointe are now open for an all-new Backyard Barbecue happy hour series on Thursdays and Fridays. The refreshing menu offers cocktails like the Summer Shandy with Green Acre house blonde ale, organic lemonade, and salt and an Aperol Spritz with Aperol, Cava Codorníu, and strawberries.

Golden cocktail with fruit
Green Acre
James Tran

8. Verbena Kitchen

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3043 University Ave
San Diego, CA 92104
(619) 269-5776
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A fast favorite in San Diego, Verbena Kitchen’s cocktail menu conveys the same level of detail as their food. General manager Dallas Juanes brings his expertise to drinks like White Truffle Bloody Mary with house-fermented gin and and vodka and the popular Verbena Signature Sangria with California pimot noir, fig port, orange liqueur, citrus, and peach.

Two cocktails on a marble table.
Verbena Kitchen
Bhadri Kubendran

9. Barrel & Board

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1027 University Ave
San Diego, CA 92103
(619) 902-4646
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An exciting new space in the heart of Hillcrest, Barrel & Board’s cocktail menu pays homage to the power woman of pop. Enjoy a Donna Summer-inspired Last Dance with Ilegal Joven Mezcal, Luxardo maraschino liqueur, Green Chartreuse, and fresh lime juice or honor Lizzo with a Bombay Bramble with gin, muddled blackberries, lemon, and demerara syrup. Their mocktail menu is as equally thoughtful and fun.

Colorful cocktails with lots of fruit.
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10. Common Stock

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3805 Fifth Ave
San Diego, CA 92103
(619) 310-5298
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Common Stock recently introduced a new lineup that includes seasonal choices like the Chai’d Car with chai-infused bourbon, lemon, and smoked vanilla syrup and classics including the Last Word with gin, lime, maraschino liqueur, and chartreuse.

Cocktail on wood table.
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11. Trust

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3752 Park Blvd
San Diego, CA 92103
(619) 795-6901
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Trust’s bar manager Jessica Stewart has taken inspiration from the Balboa Park’s signature landmarks while developing the newest cocktail menu. Sip on the Friendship Garden, a savory twist on a whiskey sour that combines bourbon and toasted sesame with strawberries, lemon, and Aperol or relax with a Reflection Pond, featuring Persian cucumber and matcha tea with Japanese vodka.

A menu book next to a golden cocktail with sage.
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12. Civico by The Park

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2550 Fifth Ave UNIT 120
San Diego, CA 92103
(619) 310-5669
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Civico By the Park recently introduced an Aperol Spritz Bar. Explore the range of this bittersweet liqueur from the classic Aperol with prosecco to the earthy Bergamotto with orange bitters and Amaro Montenegro. The drinks are best enjoyed during aperitivo “hour” (4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.) along with a special antipasti menu.

Four long stemmed glasses with various Aperol Spritz.
Civico
James Tran

13. Wolfie's Carousel Bar

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2401 Kettner Blvd
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 255-7533
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This remarkable new Little Italy bar has a 24-seat circular cocktail carousel bar that slowly spins at its center; it’s where curious guests sip on popular signature cocktails like the Fleur de France with vodka, grapefruit, and crème de violette, or the namesake Wolfie’s Connection with cognac, amaretto, raspberry, and a sprig of rosemary.

Wolfie’s Connection cocktail with a curl of lemon.
Wolfie’s Carousel Bar
Kelly Bone

14. KINDRED

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1503 30th St
San Diego, CA 92102
(619) 546-9653
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Every Thursday, Kindred’s Permanent Vacation menu is looking towards past favorites. Catch classics like 2016’s Cosmic Frost with light rum, blackstrap rum, alpine liqueur, pineapple, lime, allspice dram, and absinthe or the Desert Rambler with Botanist gin, dandelion greens, sage, pink peppercorn, tonic, and lavender bitters. Later this year, Kindred’s massive collection of tropical drinks will find a permeant home at their second location, Mothership, also in South Park.

Tall yellow cocktails with pineapple leaves against graphic black and white wall.
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15. The Guild Bar

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500 W Broadway
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 795-6000
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The bar within the Guild Hotel is re-launching this fall with a classical cocktail menu that pulls from nostalgia but also has a modern eye. Reimagined by lead bartender Robert Chacon in collaboration with bar consultant Lee Zaremba, the bar offers refreshing takes like the Dew Drop with bourbon, ginger, lime, sugar, allspice dram, and pomegranate.

Golden bar and red velvet lounge chairs.
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16. Star Bar

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423 E St
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 234-5575

While it still carries the hallmarks of a classic dive, its new ownership is also ushering in a fresh chapter for the downtown bar. General manager Christian Johnson has revamped the cocktail menu with classics like Ranch Water, a chilled bottle of Topo Chico spiked with vodka, gin, or tequila, and the Tokyo Highball with Suntory Whiskey, ginger beer and orange. They also offer cereal milk cocktails topped with Coco Puffs or Cinnamon Toast Crunch.

Pink cocktail with marshmallows and Trix cereal on top.
Trix at Star Bar
Kelly Bone

17. Lola 55

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1290 F St
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 542-9155
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For three years Lola 55 has been serving some of the best tacos in San Diego, but its cocktail menu should not be overlooked. Save space on your patio table for a Palomita Picosita with three pepper-infused tequila, grapefruit chamomile, lime juice, and chamomile salt or the Coco Verdita with spiked fresh coconut and mint.

Pale coconut cocktail on blue table.
Lola 55
Kelly Bone

18. Métl Bar & Restaurant

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748 Fifth Ave
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 546-6424
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Still young when COVID-19 hit, Métl Bar & Restaurant was determined to stay open. After shifting to takeout, a chance incident turned their hobby into a major part of their menu: Boozy Ice Cream. Available on their patio or packed in pints to-go, the egg custard or homemade cashew milk-based ice creams come in flavors such as Coffee Horchata with mezcal, coffee liqueur, cinnamon rice milk, and chocolate chips. Cocktails, like the Neon Knights with Ilegal Joven Mezcal, hibiscus, pineapple and lime are available on site or to-go as well. The team recently opened a second North Park location, Metl Bar Creamery & Cafe, with a focus on brunch and a boozy ice cream bar.

Cool spiked ice cream cocktail dripping with chocolate sauce.
Métl Bar & Restaurant
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19. You & Yours Distilling Co.

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1495 G St
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 955-8755
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Celebrating its fourth anniversary this year, the East Village’s You & Yours continues to impress with its vodka and gins. Enjoy the house spirits in cocktails like Rhubarbie’s Dream House with Sunday gin, rhubarb, raspberry, butters, and pink peppercorn served on their patio or order spirits and cocktails (batched or canned) ahead for pick-up.

Three cocktails with dried citrus on branded tray.
You & Yours Distilling Co
Megan Jane Burgess

20. Young Blood

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777 G St
San Diego, CA 92101

Waiting beyond the recently revamped Neighborhood and Noble Experiment is the latest CH Projects offering, a plush and intimate hideaway where guests with reservations can embark on a customized, multi-course cocktail experience.

A dimly-lit bar filled with plush bar stools and booth seating.
Young Blood
Arlene Ibarra

21. J & Tony’s Discount Cured Meats And Negroni Warehouse

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631 Ninth Ave
San Diego, CA 92101
(855) 634-7664
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Recently named as one of Esquire Best Bars in America for 2021, this East Village cocktail house from CH Projects is one of the group’s most low-key spots. Though the drinks are serious, the atmosphere is welcoming and relaxed.

A central bar surrounded by bar stools with bottles on shelves in the background.
J & Tony’s Discount Cured Meats And Negroni Warehouse
Lucianna McIntosh

22. Prohibition Lounge

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548 Fifth Ave
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 501-1919
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The below ground speakeasy-style bar is leaning into San Diego’s endless summer. Lead bartender Ryan Andrews recently added new cocktails such as the Peaches and Crème, made with FEW breakfast gin, Giffard crème de Pêche de vigne, lemon, and orgeat and the Cuban Swizzle, a combination of Rumhaven, green chartreuse, lime, demerara, and pineapple.

Moody iced cocktail with spiced rim.
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23. Fifth & Rose

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550 J St
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 738-7123
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Warm up to fall manu at the Pendry Hotel’s cocktail bar and lounge, Fifth & Rose. The cozy cocktails include the Mad Hatter with earl grey-infused Grey Goose, peach, blueberry, fino sherry, and cardamom and the Lower East Side with barrel aged vanilla bean-infused Templeton rye, rainier cherry infused carpano, antica and chocolate bitters.

Large bar with glasses hanging above.
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24. Shake & Muddle

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303 H St UNIT 109
Chula Vista, CA 91910
(619) 816-5429
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Tucked into Chula Vista’s historic Third Avenue, Shake & Muddle has launched a new cocktail lineup created by mixologist Jeff Mackay. Highlights include Berry the Rabbits with 400 Rabbits Mezcal, fresh lemon, gomme syrup, pineapple juice, and muddled berries. The extensive cocktail menu offers an array of signature shots, tropical concoctions, and five different styles of Old Fashioneds.

Cocktail topped with berries.
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1. The Rooftop Bar

201 N Myers St, Oceanside, CA 92054
Pink cocktail with sunlight streaming thought, held towards the sky with the Pacific Ocean in the background.
The Rooftop Bar
The Rooftop Bar/Facebook

Views and good cocktails reside at the Rooftop Bar at Oceanside’s brand new Mission Pacific Hotel. Chill out with drinks like the La Fortuna with strawberry infused Aperol, prosecco, St-Germain, and vermouth or spice it up with the Pina Mia made with serrano tequila, pineapple infused mezcal, cilantro, lime, and tajin.

201 N Myers St
Oceanside, CA 92054

2. Pacific Coast Spirits

404 S Coast Hwy, Oceanside, CA 92054
Clear cocktail poured over ice.
Pacific Coast Spirits
Pacific Coast Spirits/Facebook

At this Oceanside tasting room you’ll find Pacific Coast Spirits’s small batch, “grain-to-glass” liquors bended into classic, draft, and canned cocktails for dine-in and take-out. House favorites include the Skeleton Kru with PCS white rye whiskey, lemon, brown sugar syrup, Giffard Peche, and tiki bitters.

404 S Coast Hwy
Oceanside, CA 92054

3. The Plot

1733 S Coast Hwy, Oceanside, CA 92054
Petit cocktails garnished with fresh herbs.
The Plot
Israel Palacio

A gem in Oceanside, The Plot’s front-of-house manager Marisa Johnson has created a new craft cocktail menu that celebrates all things botanical including the Neon Prayers with Lillet Blanc, basil, lemon, and sweet vermouth and the Baby Michael with champagne, orgeat, lemon, and bitters.

1733 S Coast Hwy
Oceanside, CA 92054

4. Campfire

2725 State St, Carlsbad, CA 92008
Cocktail muddled with cucumber.
Campfire
Devin Castaneda

Joining the power line-up at Jeune et Jolie and Campfire in Carlsbad is sommelier and mezcal expert, Jeremy Simpson. Simpson, formally of LA’s Bar Caló and Bestia, has refreshed the bar program with cocktails like the Clipper Ship with gin, kiwi, dashi, sea lettuce, and lime.

2725 State St
Carlsbad, CA 92008

5. Understory

12841 El Camino Real Suite 209-210, San Diego, CA 92130
An artful arrangement of cocktails on a bar table.
Understory
Kimberly Motos

Located in the heart of the new Del Mar Highlands’ Sky Deck, Understory Bar has introduced a new late night cocktail program, Nocturnal. Available after 9 p.m., the regularly rotating menu of nightcaps are available for $1, with any subsequent nightcaps being offered for $5. The inaugural menu includes the Halcyon Horseshoe made with Irish whiskey, peach liquor, and lemonade or the Crash Bandicoot, a blend of tequila, watermelon, and Tabasco.

12841 El Camino Real Suite 209-210
San Diego, CA 92130

6. Farmer & The Seahorse

10996 Torreyana Rd Ste 240, San Diego, CA 92121
Tropical cocktail with flower garnish.
Farmer & The Seahorse
Official photo

Enjoy happy hour at the charming and quirky Farmer & The Seahorse. Chris D’ Apice and his bar team are serving up a handful of new libations. Highlights of the new menu include the easy-drinking Swim Fan with housemade cilantro syrup, tequila, mezcal, lime juice with serrano and a Mai Tai with white rum, pineapple juice, orgeat, orange curacao, lime juice, and dark aged spiced rum.

10996 Torreyana Rd Ste 240
San Diego, CA 92121

7. Green Acre Campus Pointe

10300 Campus Point Dr, San Diego, CA 92121
Golden cocktail with fruit
Green Acre
James Tran

The large garden grounds of Green Acre Campus Pointe are now open for an all-new Backyard Barbecue happy hour series on Thursdays and Fridays. The refreshing menu offers cocktails like the Summer Shandy with Green Acre house blonde ale, organic lemonade, and salt and an Aperol Spritz with Aperol, Cava Codorníu, and strawberries.

10300 Campus Point Dr
San Diego, CA 92121

8. Verbena Kitchen

3043 University Ave, San Diego, CA 92104
Two cocktails on a marble table.
Verbena Kitchen
Bhadri Kubendran

A fast favorite in San Diego, Verbena Kitchen’s cocktail menu conveys the same level of detail as their food. General manager Dallas Juanes brings his expertise to drinks like White Truffle Bloody Mary with house-fermented gin and and vodka and the popular Verbena Signature Sangria with California pimot noir, fig port, orange liqueur, citrus, and peach.

3043 University Ave
San Diego, CA 92104

9. Barrel & Board

1027 University Ave, San Diego, CA 92103
Colorful cocktails with lots of fruit.
Barrel & Board
Official photo

An exciting new space in the heart of Hillcrest, Barrel & Board’s cocktail menu pays homage to the power woman of pop. Enjoy a Donna Summer-inspired Last Dance with Ilegal Joven Mezcal, Luxardo maraschino liqueur, Green Chartreuse, and fresh lime juice or honor Lizzo with a Bombay Bramble with gin, muddled blackberries, lemon, and demerara syrup. Their mocktail menu is as equally thoughtful and fun.

1027 University Ave
San Diego, CA 92103

10. Common Stock

3805 Fifth Ave, San Diego, CA 92103
Cocktail on wood table.
Common Stock
Official photo

Common Stock recently introduced a new lineup that includes seasonal choices like the Chai’d Car with chai-infused bourbon, lemon, and smoked vanilla syrup and classics including the Last Word with gin, lime, maraschino liqueur, and chartreuse.

3805 Fifth Ave
San Diego, CA 92103

11. Trust

3752 Park Blvd, San Diego, CA 92103
A menu book next to a golden cocktail with sage.
Trust
Official photo

Trust’s bar manager Jessica Stewart has taken inspiration from the Balboa Park’s signature landmarks while developing the newest cocktail menu. Sip on the Friendship Garden, a savory twist on a whiskey sour that combines bourbon and toasted sesame with strawberries, lemon, and Aperol or relax with a Reflection Pond, featuring Persian cucumber and matcha tea with Japanese vodka.

3752 Park Blvd
San Diego, CA 92103

12. Civico by The Park

2550 Fifth Ave UNIT 120, San Diego, CA 92103
Four long stemmed glasses with various Aperol Spritz.
Civico
James Tran

Civico By the Park recently introduced an Aperol Spritz Bar. Explore the range of this bittersweet liqueur from the classic Aperol with prosecco to the earthy Bergamotto with orange bitters and Amaro Montenegro. The drinks are best enjoyed during aperitivo “hour” (4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.) along with a special antipasti menu.

2550 Fifth Ave UNIT 120
San Diego, CA 92103

13. Wolfie's Carousel Bar

2401 Kettner Blvd, San Diego, CA 92101
Wolfie’s Connection cocktail with a curl of lemon.
Wolfie’s Carousel Bar
Kelly Bone

This remarkable new Little Italy bar has a 24-seat circular cocktail carousel bar that slowly spins at its center; it’s where curious guests sip on popular signature cocktails like the Fleur de France with vodka, grapefruit, and crème de violette, or the namesake Wolfie’s Connection with cognac, amaretto, raspberry, and a sprig of rosemary.

2401 Kettner Blvd
San Diego, CA 92101

14. KINDRED

1503 30th St, San Diego, CA 92102
Tall yellow cocktails with pineapple leaves against graphic black and white wall.
Kindred
Official photo

Every Thursday, Kindred’s Permanent Vacation menu is looking towards past favorites. Catch classics like 2016’s Cosmic Frost with light rum, blackstrap rum, alpine liqueur, pineapple, lime, allspice dram, and absinthe or the Desert Rambler with Botanist gin, dandelion greens, sage, pink peppercorn, tonic, and lavender bitters. Later this year, Kindred’s massive collection of tropical drinks will find a permeant home at their second location, Mothership, also in South Park.

1503 30th St
San Diego, CA 92102

15. The Guild Bar

500 W Broadway, San Diego, CA 92101
Golden bar and red velvet lounge chairs.
The Guild Bar
Official photo

The bar within the Guild Hotel is re-launching this fall with a classical cocktail menu that pulls from nostalgia but also has a modern eye. Reimagined by lead bartender Robert Chacon in collaboration with bar consultant Lee Zaremba, the bar offers refreshing takes like the Dew Drop with bourbon, ginger, lime, sugar, allspice dram, and pomegranate.

500 W Broadway
San Diego, CA 92101

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16. Star Bar

423 E St, San Diego, CA 92101
Pink cocktail with marshmallows and Trix cereal on top.
Trix at Star Bar
Kelly Bone

While it still carries the hallmarks of a classic dive, its new ownership is also ushering in a fresh chapter for the downtown bar. General manager Christian Johnson has revamped the cocktail menu with classics like Ranch Water, a chilled bottle of Topo Chico spiked with vodka, gin, or tequila, and the Tokyo Highball with Suntory Whiskey, ginger beer and orange. They also offer cereal milk cocktails topped with Coco Puffs or Cinnamon Toast Crunch.

423 E St
San Diego, CA 92101

17. Lola 55

1290 F St, San Diego, CA 92101
Pale coconut cocktail on blue table.
Lola 55
Kelly Bone

For three years Lola 55 has been serving some of the best tacos in San Diego, but its cocktail menu should not be overlooked. Save space on your patio table for a Palomita Picosita with three pepper-infused tequila, grapefruit chamomile, lime juice, and chamomile salt or the Coco Verdita with spiked fresh coconut and mint.

1290 F St
San Diego, CA 92101

18. Métl Bar & Restaurant

748 Fifth Ave, San Diego, CA 92101
Cool spiked ice cream cocktail dripping with chocolate sauce.
Métl Bar & Restaurant
Metl/Facebook

Still young when COVID-19 hit, Métl Bar & Restaurant was determined to stay open. After shifting to takeout, a chance incident turned their hobby into a major part of their menu: Boozy Ice Cream. Available on their patio or packed in pints to-go, the egg custard or homemade cashew milk-based ice creams come in flavors such as Coffee Horchata with mezcal, coffee liqueur, cinnamon rice milk, and chocolate chips. Cocktails, like the Neon Knights with Ilegal Joven Mezcal, hibiscus, pineapple and lime are available on site or to-go as well. The team recently opened a second North Park location, Metl Bar Creamery & Cafe, with a focus on brunch and a boozy ice cream bar.

748 Fifth Ave
San Diego, CA 92101

19. You & Yours Distilling Co.

1495 G St, San Diego, CA 92101
Three cocktails with dried citrus on branded tray.
You & Yours Distilling Co
Megan Jane Burgess

Celebrating its fourth anniversary this year, the East Village’s You & Yours continues to impress with its vodka and gins. Enjoy the house spirits in cocktails like Rhubarbie’s Dream House with Sunday gin, rhubarb, raspberry, butters, and pink peppercorn served on their patio or order spirits and cocktails (batched or canned) ahead for pick-up.

1495 G St
San Diego, CA 92101

20. Young Blood

777 G St, San Diego, CA 92101
A dimly-lit bar filled with plush bar stools and booth seating.
Young Blood
Arlene Ibarra