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Top Bars Near Train Stops on the Way to San Diego

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In addition to stunning views and the romance of train travel, people often choose the train for road trips, so to speak, over driving because drinking on the train is totally legit. If you’re taking the train down to San Diego, not only can you can get off and stretch your legs, you can pop in and enjoy a drink at a few nearby bars before boarding the train again. In all fairness, the staff at the Pacific Inn, a leading downtown San Diego hotel, hasn’t stopped by every one of these, but we have serious sources confirming the following bars are some favorites among train riders.

Union Ale Brewing Company
214 State Street
Santa Barbara
Enjoy a cold, crafted brew at this Santa Barbara microbrewery. You can also snack on one of their delicious gourmet hamburgers or a Canadian wowie pie while you enjoy a short break from the train. Time your stop right and you can catch part of the game (pick a game, any game) on one of their many televisions.

Blue Tavern
119 State Street
Santa Barbara
Here, you can enjoy a beer or one of their specially designed cocktails. Local faves include the pisco sour, maracuya caipirnha, and the classic margarita. In addition to an extensive drink menu, there are a variety of scrumptious salads and brick-oven fired pizzas.

Traxx Restaurant & Bar
800 North Alameda Street
Los Angeles
This quaint bar is actually tucked away in a corner of the train station, making it especially convenient if your stop isn’t very long. They offer beer, wine and delightful selection of cocktails.

Far Bar
347 East 1st Street
Los Angeles
If you are looking for something a little off the beaten path, you can select from among their large selection of Japanese beers or try one of their specialty cocktails. Also, they offer a selection of Asian fusion dishes and tasty sushi to satisfy your hunger.

Old Town Saloon
2495 San Diego Avenue
San Diego
From the outside, this bar looks like it was meant to be in the Wild West era. Grab a drink before your train departs or upon arrival in San Diego. While you enjoy a cold brew, you can shoot a game of pool or select some music from the jukebox.

Ready to board the train? We thought so. When you arrive in San Diego, unpack your bags at the Pacific Inn Hotel & Suites, conveniently located near the train station, SAN airport, Little Italy, and the Gaslamp Quarter. Booking with us is quick and easy, your dates are flexible, and we have the best rate guaranteed. Contact us here or call 1-800-571-2933 to reserve your room!

Top Local Breweries in San Diego

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If you love trying locally crafted beer, San Diego will not disappoint. This beachside town has become a big player in the small brewery market. The staff at the Pacific Inn Hotel & Suites, a cheap Gaslamp Quarter hotel, carefully evaluated San Diego’s breweries to narrow the long list down to a handful of must-try microbreweries.

Latitude 33 Brewing Company
When you want to find a beer that blends the best of California with the British Isles, this is the place for a pint. From wheat ale to brown ale with a hint of rye, this is the brewery that dares to try something new.

Ballast Point Brewing & Spirits
At Ballast Point it is all about choices, and they have something for everyone. You can enjoy ales or lagers, and if you are feeling adventurous you can try the chili beers or a smoked beer. Whatever you choose, no one leaves unsatisfied from this local hotspot.

Green Flash Brewing Company
This brewery made the decision to hire a master brewer a decade ago and the brewer breathed new life into the company. Today, people flock to the brewery in search of delightful high-flavored beers like the 30th Street India Pale Ale with fruity and floral aromas and the Double Stout Black Ale that balances a hint of coffee against bittersweet chocolate.

Alpine Beer Co.
Although a little further out, this tiny brewery offers a wide selection of brews that are worth making the trip. It has become one of the most popular breweries to visit by local beer aficionados for the large selection of lagers, ales, and sours.

Pizza Port
This local brewery offers a variety of beers perfect for washing down a few delicious slices of pizza. It is one of the oldest breweries in the city, and has been home to many amazing brewmasters that have since opened their own local breweries. (Don’t worry–as one awesome brewmaster exits, another stellar one joins the staff).

Feeling excited yet for your trip to San Diego? How about knowing you can get the best hotel rate guaranteed by reserving a room at the San Diego Pacific Inn Hotel & Suites? Aside from unbeatable rates, we offer flexible dates, around-the-clock customer service, and no booking fees. Ready to reserve your room? Call 1-800-571-2933 to speak with a friendly Reservation Manager today.

Top Live Music Bars and Venues in San Diego

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Live music is widespread in sunny San Diego; after all, this city has so much culture that there’s musical talent on every corner. From jazz to indie rock, you can find your favorite tunes played at a number of local bars and restaurants. Listed below are five of the top places to hear live music in San Diego, handpicked by the staff at the Pacific Inn, an affordable hotel in downtown San Diego.

1. Soda Bar
This small, loveable dive bar on El Cajon Boulevard specializes in providing guests with cheap drinks and local music. It regularly features live performances by rock, metal and Gothic bands, but other musicians also occasionally play here.

2. Moonshine Flats
Country music and culture is the main focus at Moonshine Flats on 7th Avenue in downtown. Everything here contributes to the timeless “honky tonk” bar atmosphere, from the bouncers and line dancers to the beer varieties on tap and Southern-style live music. Moonshine Flats has delicious food as well, featuring pork sandwiches and seven layer dips among other dishes.

3. 710 Beach Club
710 Beach Club on Garnet Avenue is a sports bar during the day and a live music venue at night. Performances here are usually given by rock, EDM, acoustic or reggae artists. If you’re hungry, tasty cheeseburgers and quesadillas are served while musicians play throughout the night.

4. Gaslamp Speakeasy
Gaslamp Speakeasy on 4th Avenue, just minutes from several affordable San Diego Convention Center hotels, features prominent jazz and blues bands. Customers say it’s a small bar with a lot of musical heart to make up for the lack of space. Cocktails are served alongside tasty plates of nachos, calamari, rib sliders and much more.

5. House of Blues
Located on 5th Avenue, House of Blues has a reputation for excellent live rock and blues music. This place is a much larger venue than the other bars featured here and often hosts big name, mainstream artists, in addition to other private events. House of Blues serves up classic country dishes and also has a small sidebar for people looking for something more low-key.

If you’re heading to San Diego for an upcoming show but haven’t booked a hotel yet, make the Pacific Inn Hotel & Suites your first choice. We offer a variety of promotions to help our guests save, flexible dates, and the best rate guaranteed among hotels in Little Italy. Call a helpful Reservation Manager at 1-800-571-2933 to reserve your room today!

Where to Find the Best Trivia Nights in SD

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Nestled in the southern region of the state, this “birthplace of California” has a lot to offer its guests. From soaking up the sun at the area’s extensive beaches to exploring the vibrant downtown region, travelers to San Diego will not be disappointed. If guests are looking for some unique San Diego fun, the city has an extensive network of trivia nights throughout the week. Here are the top five picks for trivia nights from the friendly staff at the Pacific Inn, a cheap hotel in downtown San Diego perfect for travelers on a budget.

1. East Village Tavern and Bowl
Wednesdays at 7:00pm
This unique location offers tons of food and beverage options (including 20% off on hump day) in addition to a plethora of flat-screen TVs and, of course, bowling! On Wednesday the bar offers hosted trivia and house cash prizes for winners.

2. 98 Bottles
Thursdays at 7:00pm
98 Bottles offers a mouth-watering selection of craft beers, wine, and sake, and caters to and art and music loving crowd. Its “back room” is famed for live music, and on Thursday nights the bars hosts a rousing trivia night. You can enter the inter-venue tourney for a chance at cash prizes, or stick to in-house trivia to win free bar tab prizes.

3. The Commons Bar
Wednesdays at 7:30pm
The Commons Bar offers a fun atmosphere where guests can relax and be served in style. The full menu boasts specialty entrees and cocktails anyone will love. On trivia night, bring as many people as you–there’s no cap on team size–and enjoy drink specials while you rack up those trivia wins.

4. Gallagher’s Irish Pub
Sundays at 7:00pm
Gallagher’s offers a traditional Irish atmosphere, food, and drinks in Ocean Beach. Guests will love the rowdy Irish feel of the pub as they compete for $1000 in prize money during trivia night. Specials include $3 beer of the month and $4 shots of Fireball of Jager.

5. Wonderland Ocean Beach
Tuesdays at 7:00pm
Also located in Ocean Beach, Wonderland offers a fun, laid-back atmosphere for its guests. Though the amusement park the bar was named after hasn’t been around since 1916, there’s no denying the bar captures the spirit of the park.

Pack your bags, head to San Diego, and unleash the years of useless knowledge you’ve accumulated. Whether you’re looking for a hotel near the San Diego Airport or the Convention Center, the Pacific Inn has you covered. We offer free Wi-Fi, flexible dates, and fresh coffee and tea 24/7 (perfect for those late trivia nights). Call a Reservation Manager at 1-800-571-2933 to learn more about our unbeatable rates and great promotions!

5 of San Diego’s Must-Drink-At Oldest Bars

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Unwind at One of San Diego's Oldest Bars

If you want to experience the real heart of San Diego’s great entertainment and nightlife, venture to some of the city’s oldest bars. Leave your hotel room in downtown San Diego and you’ll find hidden treasures offering a unique atmosphere, cheap drinks, and a good time.

1. Tivoli Bar and Grill
Located in the middle of the historic Gaslamp area, Tivoli was once a boarding house used as a brothel. Opened in 1885, it’s the oldest bar in the old red light district and famous for its wild west history. Wyatt Earp used to drink and gamble here, and the bar still reflects its old saloon atmosphere with the original wooden bar and silver cash register.

2. Tower Bar
Tower Bar is a funky two-level bar in City Heights established in 1932. Originally a drive-in ice cream parlor, the fun ambiance with bright colors and a care-free vibe attracts a large university crowd. It’s a fun night out with great tap beer, punk/alternative music, and a large selection of absinthe.

3. Waterfront Bar and Grill
A Little Italy staple, Waterfront is San Diego’s oldest tavern. Opened in 1933 just days after Prohibition ended, it was a cool waterfront bar for local fishermen in the early days. Today, it has a relaxed vibe with a jukebox, pinball machines, three varieties of grilled cheese, and an awesome happy hour with cheap beer. If you’re staying in one of the boutique Little Italy hotels during your stay, this is a must-do.

4. Pacific Shores
Opened in 1941 just one day before Pearl Harbor was bombed, Pac Shores is a small, funky Ocean Beach dive with cheap drinks and kitschy, under-the-sea decor. The unique atmosphere and cool ocean breeze draw a diverse crowed who love the original jukebox that plays everything from Johnny Cash to The Clash.

5. Albie’s Beef Inn
Albie’s is a kitschy hotel bar and restaurant with a 70′s retro vibe in Mission Valley. Known for great steaks and live piano music, Albie’s offers an intimate setting with dim lighting, Naugahyde booths, and paintings of nude ladies. It’s a great place to enjoy dinner, soft music and a variety of fine wines, liquors, and tap beer.

The best part about this list? More than one bar is within walking distance to Gaslamp Quarter accommodations. Don’t wait too long to book your room at the Pacific Inn Hotel & Suites. We offer the best rate guaranteed, newly remolded rooms, and flexible dates. Call a Reservation Manager today at 1-800-571-2933 to inquire about our great rates and ongoing promotions.

What’s Trending in San Diego

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Trendy Lounge in San Diego

This past summer, Forbes and Sterling released a ranking of “America’s Coolest Cities”, with San Diego claiming the #6 spot. They were ranked based on such things as the city’s “foodie” culture, population growth and their art scene.

San Diego is undoubtedly a hip city, drawing in vacationers of all ages eager to check out the latest and greatest restaurants, museums, attractions and downtown San Diego hotels that make this city special. Here are some of San Diego’s current hotspots that are definitely worth adding to your vacation itinerary.

Starlite San Diego | 3175 India Street in Middletown, Mission Hills

When you walk into Starlite, you feel like you are walking onto a classy movie set or into a speakeasy with dark décor and romantic lighting. Their lounge area features an elegant bar, which is always staffed with friendly and knowledgeable bartenders. As far as food goes, they serve everything from a farm-fresh, mouth-watering brunch to late-night dinners. The Jidori Chicken with veggies and lemon cream sauce is delicious and their house specialty is a decadent pistachio-toffee ice cream sandwich.

Sidebar | 536 Market Street, Downtown Gaslamp Quarter

The glamorous art deco yet modern and sexy ambiance at this popular bar is created by mismatched furniture in worn leather, soft velvets, and silky blacks. Most unusual are the 30 deep red bird cages hanging from the ceiling, their notorious black brick walls, and artistic nude paintings. This 21+ venue is great for adults who are seeking a sexy place to mingle with local singles and young professionals. Don’t miss out on their Watermelon Cucumber Mojito, Shirley’s Dirty Orange and the Muddled Honeydew Melon Cocktail. A savory bar menu includes cheddar and smoked bacon stuffed hamburgers and a top sirloin Panini.

Art and Adult Libations

San Diego’s art scene has taken to appealing to the 21+ crowd with a multitude of museum gatherings. Whether you opt for a local art walk such as Ray at Night, which takes place every second Saturday in North Park, or you plan on heading to Culture and Cocktails at the San Diego Museum of Art on October 16, there are plenty of ways that San Diego is spicing up a typical museum outing.

If you want to be in the midst of the San Diego culture and art scene, be sure to stay at a hotel in Little Italy San Diego. The Pacific Inn is a great option due to our ideal location, affordability and available discounts. We’re within walking distance to some of the hottest new eateries, art galleries and boutiques. For more information or to reserve your stay, call (619) 232-6391 today.

 

San Diego’s Top 5 Craft Beers

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Best Draft Beer in San Diego

Everyone loves a good beer and what better place to get it than San Diego- America’s Craft Beer Capital? The big craft beer boom hit San Diego in 2011 when, according to The National University System Institute for Policy Research, the number of craft breweries in the county more than doubled. Brewery tourism is something that attracts thousands of people to San Diego every month. If you’re interested in a beer tasting adventure, book your cheap San Diego hotel and head out to local brew pubs in search of the famous beers listed below. Tip: Visit taphunter.com or download their free smartphone app to find out exactly where you can find these beers.

Cigar City Ramblin’ Rye – AleSmith Brewing Company
This is a rye brown ale that receives fantastic ratings from guests all over. With a rich rye spice flavor and a toasty taste and a rich and creamy texture, this delightful beverage goes down smooth. Most visitors compare this beer to a Roggenbier as well as a rye.

10 Commandments – The Lost Abbey
With a dark and sweeter taste, this Belgian Strong Dark Ale is a favorite among beer aficionados world-wide. It has a full-bodied feel with a hint of carbonation, adding to the fruity taste.

19/10 O’Brien’s Anniversary IPA – Alpine Beer Company
An IPA that has an outstanding rating everywhere, the rich golden craft beer keeps guests coming back to this brewery over and over. It has a citrusy smell, reminiscent of oranges, with just a tad of bitterness to add with the sweetness of the citrus. It is subtly carbonated and easy to drink.

AleSmith Speedway Stout Vietnamese Coffee – AleSmith Brewing Company
One of the highest rated American Doubles and Imperial Stouts in the San Diego area, this brew is a mix of imperial stout and Vietnamese coffee. It is a favorite amongst the locals, having a mocha flavor and heavier feel. The high alcohol content is said to sneak up on you, so drink with caution.

Chez Monus – Alpine Beer Company
Tons of San Diego locals flock to this brewery just to get their hands on this American Wild Ale. It has an apricot taste and smell with slight carbonation. A dry finish ends a fantastic sour brew.

Now that you have a list of some of the best craft beers in San Diego, you know exactly what to do- get out there and try them all! When beer tasting, it’s best to start with small samples so that you can experience a wide variety of beers at each location.

For the most bang for your buck, head to San Diego during San Diego Beer Week taking place November 7-16th. Enjoy beer-themed events, special workshops, meet-and-greets, and limited edition brews and tasting events. Head to sdbw.org for more information and don’t forget to book your San Diego Beer Week hotel in Downtown San Diego.

Click here or call the Downtown San Diego Pacific Inn at (619) 232-6391 for information on exclusive hotel discounts and availability.

 

What to do in Little Italy San Diego

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San Diego's Little Italy Attractions

Little Italy in San Diego is a small neighborhood packed full of art, culture, shopping, dining and nightlife destinations. There’s no shortage of things to do, rather, many visitors have a hard time narrowing down their list of top hot-spots. That’s why the downtown San Diego Pacific Inn has put together these tried and true recommendations.

Dining 

One of the best places to go is Mimmo’s Italian Village, which can be found on India Street. They’re well-known for their frutti di mare with seasonal shellfish, carbonara and fettuccine Bolognese, and you can even reserve a table in the wine cellar for special occasions.

Another great restaurant on India is the Trattoria Fantastica. This Sicilian-style restaurant specializes in wood-fired pizzas, but they’re also known for their incredible Gamberi Al Limone, which is jumbo shrimp in a lemon sauce.

Shopping

One of the best places to find antiques is India Street Antiques, which is located on the north end of Little Italy. This shop specializes in European antiques such as Belgian and English pottery, traditional cabinets, and beautiful antique furniture at affordable prices.

If you love fine art, then Meyer Fine Art Gallery on Kettner Boulevard has plenty of pieces on sale from artists such as Clay Walker, Luis Solari and Armando Romero. There are also special exhibits that can be seen throughout the year.

Nightlife

One of the hottest bars in the area is 98 Bottles, which is next to the Meyer Gallery on Kettner. This bar has some of the best craft beers brewed in San Diego, and you’ll also find one of the area’s biggest selections of sake. There’s also plenty of live entertainment every weekend.

Another great place is Princess Pub & Grille if you’re looking for a relaxed sports pub atmosphere. They serve up delicious bar food, cheap drinks and have a fun clientele, good for mixing and mingling.

If you’re not one for planning, you can’t go wrong simply enjoying a leisurely walk down Kettner and India, wandering into appealing cafes, restaurants, shops and bars.  However, parking can be sparse on busy weekend days, so be sure to book a room at one of the affordable hotels near Little Italy. The Pacific Inn is located on the outskirts of Little Italy, within a couple blocks of the city’s main highlights. Call (619) 232-6391 to reserve your room today and don’t forget to ask about our available discounts.

Greater San Diego’s Unique Wineries

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There’s no need to venture all the way to Temecula in order to taste some of California’s finest wines. San Diego County is home to several award-winning wineries, many most likely within a few minutes driving distance from your affordable San Diego hotel. The warm Mediterranean climate is perfect for growing grapes and with both large wineries and small family-owned establishments, there is plenty to see and taste. Some are set along the stunning coast while others are hidden within the rolling hills of the north. Even more are tucked into the mountains of the east, and one little gem has made its debut in downtown’s Little Italy. Here are some of our favorites that we’ve deemed well worth the short drive.

Carruth Cellars- Winery on Cedros
Carruth Cellars operates the Winery on the Cedros, an urban winery and tasting room located just blocks from the ocean in Solana Beach. This coastal winery acquires its grapes from various vineyards in Northern California and then completes the wine making process at their beach location. An added bonus is that this fun and event-filled winery is located just 20 miles north of downtown San Diego.

Bernardo Winery
Bernardo Winery is the oldest winery in San Diego. Founded in 1889 on what was originally a Spanish Land Grant, the Bernardo Winery has stood the test of time, even surviving the difficult years of Prohibition. Today, the winery still operates out of the original buildings which are now over 125 years old. The old world, rustic ambiance and the little-village shops, art galleries and restaurant truly allow wine lovers to step back into time and fully enjoy their wine tasting and shopping experience. Located in Rancho Bernardo, an entire day can be spent touring the winery, sampling different varietals in the tasting room, and perusing the village. Take part in the Annual Bernardo Winery Grapestomp which occurs every mid-September and includes a traditional Italian buffet, live music, and of course, grape stomping. Or stop by on a Sunday afternoon to enjoy a glass of wine and live musical entertainment on the Tasting Room Patio.

Hacienda de las Rosas Winery
Hacienda de las Rosas Winery makes its home in the town of Ramona, just 45 miles northeast of downtown San Diego. Ramona is nicknamed “The Valley of the Sun” as it is nestled in both the Santa Maria and San Vicente Valleys at the base of the foothills to the Laguna Mountains. Hacienda de las Rosas blends two of Spain’s finest passions together: Spanish wine and horses. Doubling as both a winery and a Peruvian Paso Horse Ranch makes a visit to this vineyard truly unique. The atmosphere of the mission-style winery perfectly complements the fine Spanish reds that Hacienda specializes in. A tour of the winery includes picturesque views of the beautiful Ramona scenery as well as views of the majestic Peruvian Paso show horses. The wines are all named after one of the horses and can be sampled in the tasting room.

Menghini Winery
Menghini Winery makes its home in the foothills of Volcan Mountain near the historic town of Julian, which sits about 65 miles northeast of downtown San Diego. Unlike many other areas of Southern California, the location of the Menghini Winery in the Cuyamaca Mountains provides a climate that includes four diverse seasons. Enjoying a glass of wine amidst the changing colors of autumn or sampling wines in the tasting room while watching snow flurries hit the windowpanes can make a visit truly unique when compared to other area wineries. Take a little extra time and venture past the numerous apple orchards into the nearby town of Julian. With roots that date back to the 1870s gold rush, this little town embraces its history and exudes unending charm, from storefronts housed in original buildings to the boasting of their famous apple pie.

San Diego Cellars
San Diego’s Little Italy district is one of downtown’s most thriving neighborhoods. Filled to the brim with Italian restaurants, quaint sidewalk cafés, art galleries, boutiques and plenty of pubs to keep the nightlife hopping, it carries an ambiance unlike any other area of the city. San Diego Cellars has now moved into the neighborhood as the city’s first urban winery. Offering wine tastings, a dining menu, indoor and patio seating, live entertainment, and even beer, SD Cellars is ready to make their footprint in San Diego. With a nod to the local brewery methods, they offer wine on tap, which is way to allow for wines to be featured in a rotation so as to keep things changing and enabling newer wines to be introduced more frequently. Wine lovers will enjoy their refillable one-liter bottles called the “CRUzers.” Grapes are sourced from several California vineyards, including many in the San Diego area.

All vacationing “winos” should take time to taste the county’s top varietals during their travels. Each of these wineries is unique in its own right, offering decadents wines, a fun atmosphere and a great day trip option when staying in one of San Diego’s Little Italy hotels such as Pacific Inn & Suites. If you’re still looking to book a room for your upcoming trip, contact Pacific Inn at 1-800-571-2933!

 

San Diego’s Annual Craft Beer Festivals

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San Diego has arguably become the craft beer mecca of the world. With new world-class breweries popping up every year, San Diego has quickly attracted the curiosity of international beer snobs. America’s Finest City’s thriving beer scene celebrates its newfound beer fame by hosting a series of annual celebrations dedicated entirely to craft beer brewing and sampling. From annual festivals to San Diego Beer Week, beer lovers always have something to look forward when they head to this city.

San Diego Festival of Beer
On September 9, the downtown Broadway Pier will play host to the San Diego Festival of Beer. There will be live music and at least 60 different breweries. Admission tickets are $20-$30 and they include 10 beer tastes.

Rock Star Beer Festival
On October 11, the Rock Star Beer Festival visits San Diego, setting up shop at San Diego Waterfront Park. For $35-$50 guests can enjoy craft beer, music and access to the rockin’ after party.

San Diego Brewers Guild Festival
The Guild Festival is on November 7-8, and kicks off San Diego Beer Week. Watch musical performances and enjoy brewery showcases on the Broadway Pier. Ticket prices are $50-$100 and well worth the money.

San Diego Beer Week
San Diego Beer Week lasts 10 days, running from November 7 through the 16, during which the whole county turns into a beer connoisseur’s playground. There will be a seemingly endless amount of brewing events, tasting sessions, educational events, and beer specials around the city. The final celebration takes place at the Beer Garden where local breweries and chefs celebrate craft beer in style. This year’s annual event is already starting to create a buzz around town. If you’re planning an SDBW trip into town, we highly recommend booking your San Diego Beer Week hotel near downtown San Diego as soon as possible.

San Diego International Beer Festival
San Diego’s International Beer Festival is coming back on June 19-21, 2015. The event, located at the Del Mar Fairgrounds, includes San Diego Fair tickets along with beer tastings and a souvenir glass. Admission costs between $50 and $100.

If you enjoy a cold craft beer handmade by some of the world’s best brewers, San Diego is the place to be. Book a room at the Pacific Inn, an affordable downtown San Diego hotel, and start planning your Southern California beer vacation today! Call 1-800-571-2933 for more information on available hotel discounts and vacation specials.

 

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