San Diego County is a great place to enjoy the outdoors and have a good time. With its beautiful weather year-round, it's no wonder that the area is home to some of the best outdoor party bars in the country. From Mediterranean-inspired restaurants to Caribbean-inspired rooftop bars, there's something for everyone looking for a fun night out. Whether you're searching for a romantic first date spot or a place to socialize with friends, here are some of the top outdoor party bars in San Diego County. Stone Brewing World Bistro & Gardens - Escondido is an ideal spot for Mediterranean cuisine and refreshing drinks.
The patio is enhanced with lush vegetation and spaced seating, making it perfect for a romantic evening. Polite Provisions is an apothecary bar inspired by the drug emporiums of the 1920s. It offers a seasonal menu with craft beers and craft cocktails in a vintage space with an atrium. Marisi brings the charm of the Amalfi Coast to San Diego. Beau du Bois, vice president of bars and liquors, offers a menu of classic cocktails made with unique techniques.
Or, consider a vermouth starter, red or white, with a silver selection of small green olives. Mister A recently underwent remodeling, which includes an additional sunken bar with capacity for 18 people and an indoor and outdoor lounge with capacity for 72 people. ALTITUDE is one of the highest outdoor rooftop bars in the area, offering stunning views of the city. Level 9 of the Hotel Indigo also has an advantage over other rooftop bars. Trust provides an interactive and customizable cocktail experience in sessions of one and a half hours. Techo Beso, which means “kiss on the roof”, opens its doors in May at the top of the AC Hotel Gaslamp San Diego.
Garibaldi's rooftop speakeasy and Sardinian-influenced restaurant at the luxurious InterContinental San Diego is another great Mediterranean getaway. The Brick Hotel in Oceanside is home to Cococabana, an open-air Caribbean-inspired rooftop cocktail bar with panoramic views of the center and the Pacific Ocean. Cannonball is another great spot for people-watching with its unobstructed view of the beach. Frankie's has become a favorite of Oceanside residents and the San Diego hospitality industry. The rooftop restaurant at The Brick Hotel has been recently remodeled and offers unparalleled views and a refreshed cocktail menu. Matt Bone and Wil Pidd's open-air bar offers handcrafted cocktails like The Smoke & Mirrors, with Chichicapa mezcal, tobacco bitters and a touch of smoked holy leaf.