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Best Bars To Hop In California

Los Angeles, San Diego, and San Francisco offer the best nightlife scenes in California. Make sure you carry government-issued photo identification. They take it very seriously and won’t let you in if you do not have identification. Keep in mind that you need to have enough for the parking, entry, and drinks. You’ll also need to look at the part because the top bars won’t let you in if you’re under-dressed. Ready? Enjoy!

The best bars for bar-hopping in California:

  1. Los Angeles
    The Black Cat is an old-fashioned bar on Sunset Boulevard that is suitable for any type of drinker. So, get yourself a beer, whiskey, or cocktail to wash down the rich food. Try to secure the outdoor seating as it is an ideal spot for happy hours. Then move on to the sophisticated Bar Stella. It is an excellent choice if you wish to impress your date with leather couches and dim lighting. The classic drinks are good, but we recommend you to order cocktails unless you are a purist. Café Stella next door serves up stunning steak-fries in case you feel hungry. Tiki-Ti offers the perfect climax with daiquiris, grogs, mai tais, and zombies. Just make sure you go easy on them. If you’re working the next day, you might not get much done in the morning.
  2. San Diego
    The vibrant neighborhood of Pacific Beach has many bars and pubs. Get yourself some delicious food and wash it down with some local or foreign beer at Backyard Kitchen and Tap. If you prefer craft cocktails, The Duck Dive is another bar with a collection of beer that gets the place brimming with customers. Tiki culture flourishes at The Grass Skirt along with cocktails. You’ll have some of the best sunset experiences with a drink in hand at the patios of JRDN, PB Alehouse, and PB Shore Club. Enjoy the country music and feel at home at the laid-back Moonshine Beach. The Barrel Republic is the perfect bar to watch the game while having a pint. Make t more fun by playing shuffleboard at the Cass Street Bar and Grill. Gaslamp Quarter has the best nightlife options in San Diego. The Fourth and Fifth Avenues have many bars. Regardless of whether you want a relaxed chat or a clubbing party, you’ll find a suitable place. Start at Coyote Ugly, the Gaslamp Tavern, or Trailer Park After Dark around E Street. You can then move on to The Tipsy Crow, The Hopping Pig, or Whisky Girl. Even further, you’ll find many more spots like Barleymash, Juan Tequila Bar and Restaurant, and Prohibition Lounge.
  3. San Francisco
    Valencia Street is the spot for offbeat bars in San Francisco. It is arguably the party place in the city and the place to go partying in the Mission District. You can relish live local acts at The Chapel or settle down at the downstairs bar and savor the live music above at The Elbo Room. You’ll find several crowded lounges like Blondies and Skylark if you like meeting people. Polk Street offers a bit of everything, making it perfect to spend the night full of bar hopping. Get the ball rolling with brilliant happy hour specials at Vertigo. You can then go to the Kozy Kar with the gang. It is an eccentric bar whose designs resemble those of custom vans of the ‘70s. The classy and upscale Royal Oak lounge on the other side of Broadway is more suitable for special occasions. If you prefer to go dancing instead, head to Rouge and dance the night away. If you ever feel famished, get yourself a Taco Nick’s Way at Nick’s Crispy Tacos. It is conveniently located inside Rouge.

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