Though the noble experiment of Prohibition failed, other noble experiments, such as teaching horses how to shoot guns and giving suffrage to any horse that could shoot a gun, were huge successes. Celebrate the failure of the 18th Amendment with this Group
- $99 for an all-inclusive opening day horse-track excursion and party for one person (a $200 value)
- Includes one entrance ticket, a racing program, two alcoholic beverage tickets, and round-trip transportation to in luxury charter limo with complimentary cocktails to and from the track
The day begins at Taste and Thirst with an all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet, which includes hot dishes ranging from bacon and sausage to french toast, as well as fruit and two alcoholic drinks per person. Guests then head to the Del Mar racetrack where, using an included program, they can check on the stats of their favorite steed or guess which horse is named "Richard Nixon." Following the race, groups return to the bar for an after-party, which features drink specials. Check-in begins at 9 a.m., and guests must check in by 10 a.m.
Taste and Thirst
Though located on the edge of the historic Gaslamp District, Taste and Thirst draws in its clientele with a distinctly modern atmosphere. The lounge and bar's low lighting and flat-screen TVs cast patrons in a dreamlike glow as they revel from the morning until late at night. Early in the day, kitchen staff prepare breakfast with french toast, piquant omelets, and bottomless mimosas. They also craft traditional pub food such as burgers piled with cheese and house sauce, truffle fries and tater tots, and wings dressed up in nine styles of glaze. Throughout the day, illuminated by the festive white lights wrapped around the bar's pillars, bartenders sling drinks from a refreshing menu of domestic beers and cocktails.
Food is top notch , drinks are always on point and the service is perfect.Matt F, 1/27/13
715 4th Ave.
San Diego, California 92101