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Nightlife in San Diego
It’s easy to name a host of things to do in San Diego during the day – the San Diego Zoo, Balboa Park, and the USS Midway Museum are a few of the easy ones to name. But what about San Diego at night? Where does one go? What does one do? If you’re on the hunt for some excitement when the lights go down, check out these stellar options. A few new, and a few not so new, will give you a pretty good mix of San Diego at night, no matter what your tastes are.
A relatively new addition to the San Diego nightlife scene, the Lucky Bastard Saloon is a massive biker-inspired sports bar offering up daily drink specials, theme nights, and the thrill of being a bad boy, without the threat of any actual bikers.
If a biker bar is not your thing, perhaps a few laughs will be more to your liking. The American Comedy Company is an intimate and cozy environment to see some of the world’s best stand-up comedians perfect their craft. Located in the heart of historic downtown San Diego, previous comedians to grace the stage at the club have included Jay Mohr, Joel McHale, and Drew Carey.
You can bet your bottom dollar you’ll have fun at this attraction. Actually, you can bet any amount you want. Just a short drive from downtown San Diego, Harrah’s Resort Southern California offers a casino with all the usual attractions – slots games, poker, roulette and all other forms of casino fun.
Drive-in Movie Theatre
If your idea of fun doesn’t involve booze or casino chips, perhaps a night of old-fashioned fun is in order. The South Bay Drive-in Theatre offers new release films on three gigantic screens. A recent refurbishment of the projector system ensures state-of-the-art sound and film quality.
Miramar Speed Circuit Kart Racing
Gentleman (and ladies), start your engines! Even though most folks think of go-cart racing as a daytime activity, Miramar Speed Circuit Kart Racing is open until 11pm daily (midnight on weekends) and offers an adrenaline rush for big kids of all ages. There’s also a laser tag facility on site, just in case you feel like shooting something afterwards.
What’s your favourite from our list of San Diego Nightlife offerings? Let us know in the comments section below.