Pacific Beach eateries readjust to purple tier restrictions
Published - 11/20/20 - 11:30 AM | 3502 views | 1 1 comments | 46 46 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The Sky Deck at PB AleHouse. COURTESY PHOTO
The Sky Deck at PB AleHouse. COURTESY PHOTO

Now that San Diego moved back into the purple tier, which means no indoor dining, some Pacific Beach restaurants are expanding and tweaking their outdoor options.

It’s no secret that 22-year-old Bub’s @ the Beach has struggled during San Diego County’s indoor dining shutdowns, but being the persevering PB staple they are, they’ve risen to the occasion by building out their extended outdoor patio space, adding aesthetic touches to reflect the eatery’s indoor beach vibes, and ensuring that everything meets COVID-19 mandated criteria. For those not comfortable dining out, rest assured the eatery offers both carryout and delivery options as well.

Waterbar is one of Pacific Beach’s most scenic dining destinations, so it’s only fitting that they’re doing everything they can to showcase their stunning views while maintaining social distancing for a safe dining experience. The location will be installing tents in both the front and back, in which there will be lighting and heaters for the cooler weather to come. Equipped with plenty of airflow, that ocean breeze isn’t going anywhere. Currently, there is heated ocean-front dining on their extended patio. Foodies can also get their food to-go and delivered.

Breakfast Republic’s Pacific Beach location is ready to roll with plenty of patio dining space, thanks to the city’s flexibility enabling expanded seating in the adjacent parking lot. The connected Eggies location is still slinging grab-and-go sandos for those seeking a quick bite. Breakfast Republic offers both carryout and delivery for those not ready to dine onsite.

Being a mostly-outdoor eatery to begin with, Fig Tree Café in Pacific Beach is ready to serve patrons in a safe patio environment. Your French toast fix doesn’t have to wait, as you can dine onsite or order delivery/carryout from this dining destination.

Backyard Kitchen & Tap’s sideyard and extended patio options remain prime spots to grab a bite, touting plenty of heaters, firepits, and open space to spread out and stay warm. Staff is geared up to continue serving guests in a safe and pleasant environment. Delivery and carryout options are also available at Backyard.

Pacific Beach AleHouse hasn’t missed a beat with their ample patio dining space, as they’ve ensured ongoing throughout each tier to provide plenty of outdoor seating options on their Sky Deck and multiple patios. If you’d prefer your brews without the views, feel free to pick up a growler of your favorite AleHouse beer to-go, alongside some crave-worthy bites, or place an order for delivery.


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Patti V
November 22, 2020
How about including the address of these places. There are so many restaurants coming and going.
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