Exploring what Chula Vista has to offer means taking advantage of the opportunity to go bar-hopping. Sometimes it is a convenient excuse to hang out with friends that came with you to this side of the Bay Area for business or leisure. If there is a leisure part of a business trip, checking out these pubs would serve as a good start.
Taking pride in itself as “The South Bay’s Hottest Club”, Wild Woolly’s have a nightly “Happy Hour” that goes up to 8pm. Usually on tap are their bottles of domestic beer like Budweiser and Miller Genuine Draft and their draft beers like Sierra Nevada Pale Ale and Haywire Hefeweizen.
Local patrons look forward to Fridays to get a taste of that Brain Freeze Pitcher for $13 each. Highly recommended for at least 4 folks coming in a night to share a table. Other curious patrons would rather drop by on a Sunday to sample the Blasters and Car Bombs. Those are the actual cocktail names available at $5 a pop.
One of the top nightlife pubs in Chula Vista today, much about their area says about the ambiance. Locals flock over for a cocktail or some bar chow while listening to music played live on stage. Part of the robust incoming traffic for this area is owed to the fact that locals have been recommending it to tourists and immigrants alike. That must be saying a lot about Diamond Jim’s.
Underground Improv takes pride in its roster of performers that has reached a level of expertise in long-term improv. It has developed a community of enthusiasts who came both for the performances and the food.
There is more feedback about the performances though to keep the interest ongoing and more ticket sales. Must be the alcohol that keeps the spirit of spontaneity going. It has become a highly recommended for some immigrants who just arrived to Chula Vista.
Whether it’s food, liquor or entertainment, nightlife in Chula Vista is not as “vanilla” as some tourists would say. Chula Vista is one city that will not run out of things to do especially when the need for bar-hopping arises.