Thrillist – 18 San Diego Bars Open on Christmas Day

Whether you couldn’t make it home for the holidays, you need an escape from your home because of the holidays, or you don’t really care about Christmas but DO care about drinking, these San Diego bars have you covered.

San Diego Food Finds – Hangover Brunches in San Diego

Open at 8 a.m., Pacific Beach Shore Club is offering Absolut Peppar Bloody Mary’s all day for just $5 in honor of National Bloody Mary Day! While drinking your bloody Mary, cheer on the Wisconsin Badgers playing in the Outback Bowl game and grub on Vito’s Hangover Food specials until 3 p.m.

2014 CityBeat Best of San Diego Awards

PB Shore Club Receives Honorable Mention for Best Beach Bar

DiscoverSD – French Toast Frenzy in SD

Regardless of the preparation method local foodies prefer, one thing is certain: San Diegans don’t have to go very far to enjoy some of the best French toast on the West Coast. Six restaurants in San Diego offer their unique version of the dish.

Guys Bite Out – San Diego’s Best Sunday Funday Hangs

Ah, Sunday. Sundays in San Diego mean sunshine, sundresses, and short shorts—not too different from the weekdays, actually. But on Sundays, the lovely ladies of this beautiful city top off their weekends with a boozy brunch with the girls that’s probably more booze than brunch. (One last hurrah before the workweek starts!)

Local Eateries Celebrate Oyster Day

Steps from the ocean, where grand meets sand, is PB Shore Club. A classically-styled beach bar, it is cooking up delicious tastes of the sea, prepared with classic Mexican flair.
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Another Great Yelp Review!

If you want to experience young Cali living, this is the spot. The bar is right on the beach overlooking the ocean. You literally lay out, surf, boogie board or whatever you do on the beach walkover grab a bite and drink then in a few steps you’re back on the sand and water.

During the summer expect a line to get in. Shoulder to shoulder room and a drink getting spilled on you. The DJ that spins is awesome and occasionally have spotted a few Charger players hanging out during summer. Fist pump!

Another Great Yelp Review!

A friend and I had just finished having brunch nearby and decided to cruise PB and find a place to watch the SDSU v New Mexico game. seeing that spring was about to heat up, it was St. Patrick’s day weekend, and not a cloud in the sky, we definitely picked a good place to stop for drinks and the game.

Shore Club’s ambience was definitely on point – the open windows overlook the beach and there was an electric and festive air about this place. the weather was mid 80s, people were everywhere (more than a handful of people dressed in green). music blaring through the speakers, flatscreen TVs everywhere, and the drinks were super cheap. they were even serving a green slushie to celebrate St. Patty’s day.

On a day like that at a locale like Shore Club, it’s impossible to not be in a good mood, enjoying the weather and the alcohol, making new friends, starting fun conversations, and racking up a nice bar tab while everyone’s rooting for the local college basketball team. thankfully, there was no drama about this place and no “PBDBs” to be noticed, which is usually the reason i don’t choose to frequent PB if i had the choice. the servers and bartenders were on it, which was nice, as i’m sure they’re used to handling a large amount of people’s orders on a regular basis. the drinks weren’t even pricey at all!

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Biggest reason for my 5 star rating: THIS PLACE LITERALLY HAS THE MOST DELICIOUS LOBSTER TACOS I HAVE EVER HAD. EVER. OH MY GOD. The Fat Fish around the corner comes in a close 2nd but the PB Shore Club ones are 100% MELT-IN-YOUR-MOUTH GOODNESS *salivates* :Q… Also the servers are so helpful and friendly and mine (can’t remember her name but she was a cute blonde beachy type chica) gave me a crazy recommendation: oyster shooter with hot sauce and booze and insanity! And I totally did it and it was somehow kinda good and I thought it’d be disgusting. It was an experience definitely 😉 Also there was some chill ass music, some guy playing acoustic guitar… he played some Red Hot Chili Peppers and my friend and I almost died because we were in total bliss… watching the sunset over the ocean, getting fresh air, oh man that place was absolutely perfect in every way that evening. God I love PB so much!!!
Lizzie B from Los Altos, CA

I love PB Shore Club for many reasons. I have been here to just drink beer, come here to just eat and stopped to just enjoy the view it allows.PB Shore Club can be very loud and packed depending on the time that you get there, but that just speaks to the amount of happy people. They always seem to have a very good deal going on booze all the time. Last time I was there it was on Pacifico and some kind of ice tea mixed drink (which was awesome). On this visit we were there to eat and they did not dissapoint. For apetizers we got the calmari, chips and bacon wrapped shrimp. Evyerthing was great but I strongly recommend the calamari. For my main meal I just got the kids menu chicken strips which is hard to screw up, so I would rather tell you about everyone elses plate I ate off at my table. There was some kind of chillie cheese fries which were bomb! The shrimp tacos blew me away, and the beef tacos were so big and full they could of been folded into a burrito. I love this place and am going to keep coming back. Also props to them for having the FUEL channel on so I could watch my motocross. The price was more then fair for the quality of the food and location.
Darrel H, San Diego

This review is based on their customer service and special charity event promotion. Recently, a friend of mine who was a Marine helicopter pilot and died in Afghanistan while serving his country. We wanted to commemorate this fallen classmate and friend, so we decided to have a fundraiser memorial in his name. I called the owner, Pete, who was extremely receptive and supportive of the idea, and he referred me to the manager, Josh, who I would be working with closely on the day of the event… a gorgeous Saturday afternoon in February, naturally. Josh was so helpful and instrumental in getting us all setup for day-drinking, having a raffle to raise money, and even threw in a bunch of stuff for us to raffle off as prizes, such as t-shirts and gift certificates. He also let us get on the mic to toast our departed buddy, which the entire bar (including our party of 70-ish people) raised our drinks to. All in all we were able to raise close to $4000 due to the hospitality of PB Shore Club and the generosity of the friends, family, and kind strangers who frequent this establishment. Shore Club is known for its support of the military and being a Naval Academy bar, and they took care of us like we were family. Hopefully we won’t ever have to do something like this again, but I know if I died, I would want my memorial party to be like it was at Shore Club one warm, sunny, winter afternoon on the beach. Thanks a ton, guys!
Jack G, San Diego CA