In the month that I’ve been living in San Diego, I’ve had the privilege of eating at some awesome places. One place, however, has risen above the rest and now qualifies as my home base. That place, my friends, is the Neighborhood.
Neighborhood is a bar, first and foremost. They are actually the closest thing to Father’s Office that San Diego can offer. They have a great selection of craft brews and Belgian ales, and a nice wine list as well. Recently they have also introduced hard liquor to the bar, in the form of two specialty cocktails which I have yet to try. All I know is that one of the drinks is made with Hendrick’s Gin, which is really all anyone needs to know in assessing quality. Here is a picture of my favorite part of the Neighborhood:
As I said before, they have a pretty impressive beer selection. They also have a happy hour from 4-7 during the week, and during that happy hour all San Diego beers are 2 for 1. I’ve never seen a 2 for 1 happy hour with drinks before, and I’m not even sure if it’s legal, but I like where they’re going with the idea. The last thing I will say about the beer menu is that it changes frequently. If you’re looking to get your normal Stella or Newcastle, then this is not the place for you. However, if you are looking to experiment with a few amazing IPAs, then I highly recommend them. Like Father’s Office, the service staff is very knowledgeable about their beers and are always willing to let you have a little taste before you commit. Continue reading