The Big List Of Things To Do In San Diego This Weekend
Thursday, February 6
The long-awaited pop-up experience, Dinner With A View will officially open its domes in San Diego’s Liberty Station this Thursday. Domes are currently 70% sold out and a limited number of reservations are still available for those that are interested in attending.
Enjoy bites, bubbles, and a beauty bar, all while learning how to make a flower crown with Native Poppy’s abundance of bright, unique, trendy, floral designs!
In collaboration with the Anne Frank House, the Consulate General of the Netherlands brings a mobile educational exhibition on Anne Frank’s life to select venues in San Diego. Local middle and high school students are trained by the Anne Frank House to guide visitors through the exhibition.
Join us for a Valentine’s Pop-Up Party at North Park Beer Co. for local gift shopping, live music, beer specials, food, and fun. There’ll 15+ talented local makers set up in the beer hall of NPBC.
Friday, February 7
Artists on view include Ana Mendieta, Graciela Iturbide, Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Marta Palau, Nancy Lupo, Oscar Romo, and more.
Set amidst the luxurious salons of New York’s elite at the turn of the 20th century, “The Age of Innocence” chronicles the emotional awakening of Newland Archer (Daniel Day-Lewis), heir apparent to an esteemed old family.
Irena Stanisi is a multidisciplinary artist working for key culture setters in Tulum and Mexico. Born in South Africa, raised in Macedonia, Mexico and the United States, she is continually following her family’s nomadic footsteps.
Saturday, February 8
Herb and Sea, the bustling new Encinitas hotspot from Chef Brian Malarkey and business partner Christopher Puffer, is pleased to announce the launch of its highly anticipated brunch offerings.
It’s back! Please join us for the Devil’s Den Havana Nights Speakeasy experience at Cutwater Spirits Tasting Room & Kitchen. Access via password only.
Whales are taking over Birch Aquarium at Scripps for a week-long celebration of family fun. Winter is the peak time to see Gray Whales off the coast of San Diego, and Whale Fest highlights these marathon-migrators and their cousins.
Get ready as Modern Times Beer brings back the Carnival of Caffeination: Pastry Palooza this weekend. For the uninitiated, this annual convergence of the galaxy’s baddest roasters & brewers is a wonderland of dark beer & coffee treats, and this year, we’re honing in on the most decadent spectacles of liquid luxury our most talented homies can possibly conceive.
Sunday, February 9
On Tidepooling Adventures, Birch Aquarium naturalists show guests how to tread lightly and discover the unusual and captivating world of local tide pools. Though often mistaken as lifeless, tide pools are home to unique and specialized creatures.
This concert is part of the San Diego Symphony‘s season-long celebration of Beethoven’s 250th birthday. We’ll share strange and wonderful facts about the life of this gifted and temperamental genius as you enjoy pieces of his most famous music played by the orchestra.
The San Diego Architectural Foundation will kick off this year’s OH! San Diego™ (Open House San Diego™) event with a community celebration at Karl Strauss Tasting Room & Beer Garden in Bay Ho.
Dress up with Moet & Chandon at Carté Hotel’s rooftop. Open to the public, the event will be hosted on the hotel’s rooftop venue, Above Ash Social, offering a big screen TV viewing with surround sound and sweeping views of the San Diego harbor.
See you there!