Upon spotting the covert entrance, you’ll venture into an exclusive venue and into a haven of 1920s atmosphere, masterfully-crafted cocktails and stylized live music. Here at the original San Diego speakeasy bar, Prohibition, they go unseen by most people in their underground, secret bar. It is an ideal venue for those who do not simply desire to read or watch films about the Great Gatsby lifestyle; they’d rather live it.
Channeling Cuba’s hay days when the island became a playground for Americans to escape prohibition and hit a happening bar scene. Along with live music, Havana 1920 brings a taste of Cuba to the Gaslamp Quarter.
Henry’s Pub & Restaurant is an American Pub with Finnish roots located in the heart of San Diego’s Historic Gaslamp Quarter. You’ll find crafted food from the freshest ingredients, an endless selection of local craft beers, and a specialty cocktail selection that’ll please anyone wanting to try something new, and of course, live music!
Cafe Sevilla Restaurant and Tapas Bar
Cafe Sevilla has been dedicated to providing the true essence of Spanish culture, music and cuisine since 1987. Located in the heart of downtown San Diego in the Gaslamp Quarter, Cafe Sevilla is proud to offer the most authentic Spanish ambiance in their tapas bar, restaurant and nightclub.
Tin Roof is a live music venue, bar and restaurant located on 4th and G Street in the heart of the Gaslamp Quarter within walking distance to all downtown hotels and the Convention Center. Choose from a selection of 24 beers on tap, including local brews, and try their Southern inspired menu with favorites like Nashville Hot Chicken, Street Corn Quesadillas and Southern Cheeseburger.
The Deck at Moonshine Flats
The Deck is an open air venue with a retractable roof to let in that San Diego sunshine. With a more relaxed atmosphere than it’s hard partying counterpart Moonshine Flats, The Deck is open 6 days and nights a week and features backyard style games including corn hole, shuffleboard, ping pong, and of course, lives music.