San Diego Neighborhood Guide: Pacific Beach

Pacific Beach This Month

Salsa Dance Party at Café-Bar Europa Turquoise, June 23

Farmers’ Market on Bayard Street between Garnet & Grand avenues, Tuesdays

The Grounds Bean Bar

Don’t let the sleek black exterior fool you. Inside this Crown Point café is a bright, tropical-themed oasis with coffee, pastries, and gourmet toasts.

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New chef, new decor, new menu—it’s part of the revamp at Tower23 Hotel’s beachfront restaurant. After a previous stint from 2006 to 2014, Executive Chef David Warner is back in the kitchen, turning out steaks, seafood platters, and nigiri and sushi rolls.

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San Diego Neighborhood Guide: Pacific Beach

Law Street Beach

This low-key alternative to Pacific Beach has plenty of space on the sand and a great vista for sunsets. It’s popular for NamaSteve’s weekend yoga classes on grassy Palisades Park.

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San Diego Neighborhood Guide: Pacific Beach

Spirit Yoga

An ideal blend of spirituality and modernity—think sun salutations set to hip-hop music—this studio leads heated and non-heated classes, plus meditation sessions and inversion workshops.

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Rocky’s Crown Pub

Their burger is decidedly basic—a half- or third-pound patty with lettuce, tomatoes, onions, pickles, and mayonnaise between a sesame seed bun—but that’s why we love it. Fries are extra, and payment is cash-only.

 

San Diego Neighborhood Guide: Pacific Beach

The Grass Skirt

Walk through a refrigerator door inside Good Time Poke and step into a tiki wonderland with tropical cocktails and Polynesian-inspired eats.

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San Diego Neighborhood Guide: Pacific Beach

Catamaran Resort Hotel & Spa

The bayfront property recently collaborated with local distiller Malahat Spirits Co. on a spiced rum. Take it to the sand—the beach chairs are open to the public—to enjoy it straight up or blended into their excellent mai tai.

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Mavericks Beach Club

Perfect for large groups and four-legged friends, this Baja-inspired restaurant-bar from The Verant Group (Barleymash, The Smoking Gun) has fire pits, DJs, and indulgent bar food like carne asada fries and a quesadilla pizza. Feeling full? Thankfully, there’s a dance floor so you can sweat it off.

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