Bars often find creative ways to infuse their food with booze, such as frying fish in beer batter and serving olives in a chilled vodka broth. Sip and snack with this Groupon.
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- $11 for $20 worth of California-style comfort food for lunch for two
- $22 for $40 worth of California-style comfort food for lunch for four
- $25 for $50 worth of California-style comfort food for dinner for two
- $50 for $100 worth of California-style comfort food for dinner for four
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Magnolia Tap & Kitchen
Rumor has it that, back in the 1880s, Wyatt Earp himself owned the building on 6th and East Streets known as the Magnolia Saloon. These days, the space belongs to Aaron Cribbes, who pays homage to the 19th-century bar with Magnolia Tap & Kitchen. The interior evokes that bygone era with antique touches such as stocked bookcases, salvaged stained-glass windows, and old-school growlers from local breweries. That goes for the bar's from-scratch cocktails, too, which honor the Old West with names like 1887—a gin-spiked blend of ginger-flavor liqueur, chartreuse, and lemons.
These libations complement the cuisine of chef Adam Sweetow, who spins local and sustainable ingredients into comfort-food classics. Tomato bisques accompany grilled cheeses made with three cheeses, and fish-and-chips plates sport beer-battered rockfish and caper remoulade. To end meals on a sweet note, guests can chow down on the pecan pie, named the city's best by San Diego Magazine for its "perfect crunchy-chewy-smooth combo." All the while, flat-screen TVs show the day's biggest games, and, on most weekends, live musicians perform upbeat music.
What some people are buzzing about:
86% of 415 customers recommend
“Mia is amazing, she is very fun and personable we had a great Sunday brunch the food was fantastic wings and waffles are the best!”
“Appetizers and drinks were REALLY GOOD. customer service was also great..everyone had a smile on their face and was very friendly. Will definitely be back.”
“Great server, really friend, great decor”