ALTITUDE Sky Lounge
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- General Info:
- At 22 stories high, ALTITUDE Sky Lounge is the region's tallest open-air bar and boasts one of the city's best panoramic views of Coronado Island and the glittering downtown skyline, overlooking PETCO Park.
- Drink Specials - House Martinis - Views Into PETCO Park
- Payment method:
- amex, discover, visa, mastercard
- East Village, Central San Diego
- Roof-top-bar - 22 Stories Up - Fire Pit - Live DJs - Happy Hour Specials
- Night Clubs, Bars, Cocktail Lounges, Bar & Grills, Taverns, Restaurants
- Other Information:
Bike Parking: No
Parking: Street, Valet
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Alcohol: Full Bar
Outdoor Seating: Yes
05/31/2009Provided by Citysearch -
we came here randomly on a wednesday night and I was pleasantly surpirsed. I've been living in San Diego for a little over a year, so I'm still exploring bars and cool spots. This is my favorite bar downtown. The crowd is great- good mix of people and not overly pretentious. You can wear a dress of you can wear jeans and a casual T. There were older people there who I believe were in town for a convention, and it looked as though they were enjoying themselves too. Music was great.
03/26/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Great place to take out-of-town guests since the city view is amazing and you look down into PETCO park. They tend to keep 90% of the seating ""reserved"" for bottle service customers and these seats remain unused most nights. The bar closes slightly after 1 and they usher all patrons out very soon after that so be mindful of the time and NEVER get a last call drink or you will be most likely leaving it.
11/18/2008Provided by Citysearch -
For a trendy bar, it definitely has the attitude. This bar will need to change its tune if it wants to survive in the trendy downtown area. It does have the view, but that's about it. The staff was unfriendly, the security was just shuffling people around like cattle, and you need to pay extra if you want to sit in the good seats. I never saw a drink menu so I guess you need to know what you want. And if you want food, forget it, you need to order room service. Once we left, it was like a weight off our shoulders.
11/12/2008Provided by Citysearch -
This has got to be the most unfriendly bar in San Diego. I would rather eat glass then go back to this bar. I was with a group of 4 guys just drinking a few beers when this bouncer comes up and asks us to move to a different table. Really? They wanted the table for other guests. We argued and told them we were leaving in 10 minutes anyway. They told us to leave or we would be ""arrested"" for trespassing. We did leave, but I have the satisfaction of at least warning people about this. Its amazing this bar is in business.