Want to explore the exuberant nightlife of San Diego? In this article, we take you to the streets of San Diego and find out some of the most lively clubs the city has to offer. From wild music to booze, San Diego has around 50 bars and 10 clubs, most of them are located at the Gastro Lamp district in Downtown San Diego. We look at the 5 clubs/bars that are worth checking out.
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Fluxx is a much more renowned nightclub found in Downtown San Diego. The club does justice to its name Fluxx as its interior and set design constantly fluctuate. The clubs visitors, which average thousands a day, are able to experience a unique surprise with every visit. Apart from playing with the subversion of expectations, visitors can also book the coveted tree house, an organically designed private bar inside a tree house for affluent customers. They also follow a dress code which also helps in keeping up with the clubs elitist style. Just make sure to reserve the table in advance. If you are in luck you might also find some A-List celebrities.
If you are a fan of country music, then look no further as Moonshine Flats offers just that. It’s a nightclub that compels you to tap your foot to some good old tune of country music. And even if you are not a fan of country music, the club has so many other attractions to offer like a spinning DJ booth, pool, Arcade games such as Buck Hunter and old school barber shop chairs. At 10000 square feet, it has the longest bar on the entire west coast and the largest dance floor in San Diego.
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Apart from Moonshine Flats, this is the only other club that deals in country music. Most can have a fun time here with a beer and some foot tapping to great country songs. Those short on money but still want to have a great time will love this place. There are live dance lessons, Open country karaoke competitions to challenge buddies with and the much appreciated happy hour menu.
For the Asian aficionados, this club is a treat to the eyes. The set design and décor emulate Asian streets perfectly and completely transport you out of San Diego to Tokyo. It’s segmented into three section, one for Asian fusion restaurant, the other one for a simple sushi bar and the third for the theatre where Asian folktale is played out for a live audience. The clubs entrance is its highlight as it uncannily resembles a Tokyo subway.
Coming to something a lot smaller in scale, Bar Dynamite doesn’t offer a huge dancefloor or a large bar but does offer space for private events. You can dance to music here that ranges from Reggae, funk to Hip Hop. It also comes with a lot of history attached as it used to serve the booming aerospace industry back in the 80’s. No in-house food here though but you can carry food of your own.
These were just some from a bunch of great bars and nightclubs to choose from. Have your pick and start exploring.