Fun Things To Do After Dark in San Diego, CA
Living in San Diego, CA and working for Tough Turtle Turf has many benefits. We love providing artificial grass for San Diegan’s and enjoy our time off. Our team created a fun list of things to do after dark. We hope you enjoy our list.
First Fridays at Liberty Station
On the first Friday of every month from 5 pm to 9 pm, stroll through Liberty Station Arts District. Meet amazing artists, enjoy some theater, music performance, and dance. Visit galleries and museums. They have some great museums such as the Visions Art Museum, Women’s Museum, and the San Diego Comic Art Gallery. You can also check out Comickaze Comics with an extensive selection from independent to mainstream comics such as statues, graphic novels, manga and action figures. After head over to The Bar at Moniker General to cap it off with some great tasting cocktails or have dinner at their many food venues.
Sing Your Heart Out
Join the always fun Hillcrest bar, Urban Mo’s on Tuesdays for Showtunes and Spaghetti Tuesday. For the low price of $6, you get all you get all you can eat spaghetti, along with musicals from all time favorite movies, tv, and productions from 6-10pm.
Who doesn’t enjoy a good game of trivia night in San Diego, CA? There are many options for every night of the week. Monday Park & Rec, True North, Tuesday nights The Regal Beagle in Mission Hills. Wednesdays nights trivia night is help at East Village Knotty Barrel Gastropub.
Visit an Arcade With Booze
With two locations in North Park and Gaslamp Quarter hangout and play arcade games at the Coin-Op Game Rooms. The arcade games feature old-school games such as Mortal Kombat, Ms. Pac-Man, The Simpsons, and Donkey Kong. Add the cocktails and craft beers, and it can be a great night. Both locations have pinball, and Gaslamp venue has Super Shot Basketball and Skee-ball.
Wild Nights at the San Diego Wild Animal Park
The San Diego Wild Animal Park‘s popular sleepover is held once a month for Adults Only Roar and Snores Safari Night. It’s excellent for campfire chats, snacks, hikes, breakfast and of course animal viewings. Unlike the kid’s version, they also serve wine and beer. You can make it a group outing and sleep up to 5 people.