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Set in a low brick building on the western edge of San Diego’s East Village, Basic Urban Kitchen and Bar is a reconfigured work space that’s been laid out to take advantage of a relaxed, downtown vibe. The 1912 warehouse corner space is arranged with plentiful WiFi for afternoon meetings and casual dining, including thin-crust brick oven pizzas like their signature mashed potato pie. There’s a chain-curtained central VIP lounge for special group events, and the long bar is bordered by huge garage doors rolled up most days, with a pool table near the back wall. The seating invites conversations on low, upholstered platforms that can be wheeled into comfy configurations to fit the size of your party.

410 10th Ave
San Diego,
CA
US

When live music is the antidote for a dull evening, head over to Patrick’s in the Gaslamp. No matter what night of the week you visit, there’s sure to be live blues, soul or rock n’roll blasting from the little stage in the back. Should the evening stay fair, leave your coat at home and grab one of the bar stools on the sidewalk patio for a nice mix of music and people-watching. Inside, the pub shows its Prohibition roots with a full tin ceiling, long bar and ring of seats, if you can get one. Most evenings there’s a standing room only crowd but if you’re looking to rub elbows with the natives, stop by early for happy hour and catch up on the local gossip.

428 F St
San Diego,
CA
US

There's a distinctly cosmopolitan vibe to Imperial House, which has been family-owned for close to four decades. Inside, diners sip martinis in button-back leather booths as tuxedo-clad servers ignite bananas flamb? tableside. The menu offers starters of salmon and caviar before moving on to such gourmet entr?es as broiled lobster tail and rack of lamb. There's even a classy edge to the bar eats, from prime rib sliders to truffle fries sprinkled with sea salt.

505 Kalmia St
San Diego,
CA
US

The instructors at City of Champions include a MMA fighter, a muay thai artist, a wrestler, and an ACE-certified trainer who teaches strength and conditioning classes. Together, the team supplies self-defense and fitness training for every stage of life: kid, teen, adult, and ghost.

6195 University Avenue
San Diego,
CA
US

Red C Lounge's no-frills show posters promise two things: chest-pounding beats and plenty of drinks. DJs deliver those beats in a variety of styles, delving into the jazz-influenced rhythms of deep house on Tuesdays or sampling the long-forgotten hooks of obscure soul or jazz on Rare Groove Fridays. The bartenders also offer a variety of drink service, sliding gin cocktails to customers seated on bar stools or providing bottle service for those who stake a claim to a table by draping their pants over a chair.

756 5th Avenue
San Diego,
CA
US

1047 5th Ave
San Diego,
CA
US