With San Diego’s epic coastline, beachy culture, and love of specialty lager and mixed drinks, it no doubt has a lot of beachfront bars. At the point when the occasion (whether it’s informal breakfast, nightfall, or anything in the middle of) calls for an unobstructed ocean view and a refreshment, head to one of these spots. They don’t need a finger-licking’ grub, either, so you’re covered there, as well.

Beach House Grill

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Quiet your nerves after an elating meeting of crash-mobiles at Belmont Park’s outdoors bar and eatery. Get a cabana with an unparalleled view of the footpath, and play a series of corn openings. At the same time, you have a beverage and sit tight for moderately cooked ribs, singed fish bins, and pastries like churro doughnuts and Mexican-style paletas.

Brockton Villa

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Built-in 1894, Brockton Villa possesses first-rate property sitting above La Jolla Cove. The off chance that the general sea sees isn’t sufficient. The abalone shells incorporated with the concrete portal and indoor chimney add to the seashore vibe. Fish driven breakfast, lunch, and supper menus supplement a determination of wine and specialty brew, mimosas, Bloody Mary’s, and mark “Brocktails” like a late spring whiskey punch and hibiscus margaritas.

Jake’s Del Mar

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You could arrange a tiki mixed drink, mai tai, or sauvignon blanc to enjoy the perspective on Del Mar’s wonderful coastline from this popular foundation. Be that as it may, don’t forego delightful eats like guajillo broiled fish, steak and wedge serving of mixed greens, and various fish and meat little plates.

Pacific Coast Grill

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At Pacific Coast Grill, shellfish and sushi are available to match with purpose, wine, brew, and the sea from this two-story eatery on the sand in Cardiff. Sit outside, or when the day breeze gets, take in the view behind fortified glass windows or under a shade.

OB Surf Lodge

Nothing remains between you, your mixed drink, and a sea breeze from the dueling porches of this foundation over the road from the Ocean Beach dock. Without any preparation the kitchen turns out housemade informal breakfast, lunch, and supper. Simultaneously, barkeeps serve signature surf-propelled mixed drinks and almost two dozen neighborhood specialty brews and hard fermented tea.

Waterbar

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Grab a seat next to huge windows to look after Pacific Beach’s promenade and close by Crystal Pier. Food and drink specials like “mussels and donkeys” and “crude Wednesday” pair refreshments from the fully stocked bar with things from the Baja-enlivened shrimp and steak breakfast, lunch, and supper menus.

333 Pacific

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Oceanside’s famous dock and timberland of palm trees make for a captivated view from this steak and fish joint furnished with an encased yard. Good and wanton vodka-based mixed drinks (like a vodka and hazelnut crème de cocoa creation suggestive of tiramisu) balance a menu of grass, take care of sheep, short ribs, and a variety of fish alternatives.