The Big List Of Things To Do In San Diego This WeekendSee + Do June 13th to 16th
Whether he wants to enjoy a foodie outing, or just kick back with a cold beer, these specials are all about celebrating dads this Father’s Day in San Diego!
Thursday, June 13
Cheers to five years! The Patio on Goldfinch, the cozy Mission Hills eatery, is celebrating it’s fifth year anniversary of bringing locally sourced and sustainable chef-inspired cuisine to the community.
Don’t miss Cloak & Petal’s newly launched Jazz & Petals night. Feed your soul with sultry jazz every Thursday night in the location’s trendy backroom, as you delight in expertly crafted small plates and Japanese whiskey in an authentic jazz lounge setting.
Featuring local restaurants serving sumptuous appetizers and breweries pouring tasty beers and sakes, this festival also includes a silent auction, a raffle, and exciting entertainment – all on the deck of one of the most incredible venues in San Diego – the USS Midway!
Every Thursday, The Westgate host some of Southern California’s best jazz artists for an eclectic evening of jazz. Join us as we serve an array of signature cocktails, craft beers, wine, tapas and appetizers on our stunning pool deck overlooking the beautiful downtown San Diegan skyline.
Join us for an evening of music, socializing, and animal friends—and a sneak preview of Nighttime Zoo activities and entertainment—at the San Diego Zoo!
Friday, June 14
The Balboa Park Conservancy’s highly anticipated Food Truck Fridays program returns for 18 straight weeks of great food, free live entertainment, and family-friendly fun.
If you count yourself among the ranks of tater-loving San Diegans, it’s tough to beat a Southern California signature – loaded fries! A menu staple for snacking and feasting alike, loaded fries offer a creative canvas for restaurants with tantalizing toppings. Delight in these deep-fried potatoes all day long with a Tour de Fries around town!
Guests can enjoy live music on the rooftop from local musicians every Friday, June through August. Guests can come early to enjoy Happy Hour ($4 beers from 3-6 p.m.) with a spectacular view of the city!
Bernardo Winery Nights are back! They’re open til 9:00pm every Friday and Saturday night throughout the summer season.
The San Diego Natural History Museum will be open on most Thursday and Fridays from May to August, with half-price admission after 5 PM.
The East Village Friday Night Art Walk will block off J street from 9th ave to 10th ave for the purpose of showcasing San Diego’s best artists.
Saturday, June 15
Eating at 35 downtown restaurants could take a year. The 25th annual Taste of Gaslamp presented by Karl Strauss provides an opportunity to accomplish this epicurean feat in one delicious afternoon.
The 9th annual San Diego Beer Fest returns to Liberty Station, and promising another fun filled day with beer, food trucks, and music.
CorePower Yoga is partnering with San Diego Pride to give back to the community. With CorePower opening a new studio in Little Italy, they thought it would be best to give back, show their true colors, and encourage friends and loved ones to move, connect, and give back as a family.
Rev your engines and join classic car collectors for this FREE community event at the Hillcrest Classic Car Show! Hillcrest‘s monthly show allows avid collectors to share their love of cars with the community. So roll down your windows, crank up the tunes, and cruise on down for this fabulous event!
Returning for the 2nd year, this pop-up, created and hosted by local contemporary artist, Sarah Stieber, will feature works from her new mixed media series; “FACE IT”.
Dance the night away with an onboard DJ, craft cocktails, and small bites with the San Diego skyline as your backdrop. Cruise away from the long lines and crowds on land and join Hornblower for the best booze cruise in San Diego!
Sunday, June 16
The Maritime Museum of San Diego, home to one of the worlds’ largest collections of historic vessels from sail to steam to submarine, will host their annual Father’s Day sail event this weekend.
Offered Saturdays and Sundays between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m., Tahona’s brunch celebrates breakfast staples yet offers a Mexican/Oaxacan twist on many favorite dishes.
Sparks Gallery is pleased to announce new featured works by San Diego artist James Hubbell for a new show, “The Space Between”. Hubbell will be exhibiting works in a variety of mediums: sculpture, drawings, paintings, and mixed media.