Latitude 32

★★★★☆
  • 5019 Cass St

    San Diego, CA 92109

    Map & Directions
  • 858-273-0501

About Latitude 32

Hours
Sun-Fri 9am-12am, Sat 10am-12am

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I have lived in the N pb/S lj area since I was a teenager. I used to come to this place when it was "the DU" ie. the Down Under. Willy ( the owner) has run this place for 12 years and it is just one of the best places for a low key beer and some good bar food that you will find N of the zoo known as Garnet.

The people are older, though with the new kitchen a younger crowd has been coming by. Everyone is so nice. The Bartenders are sometimes acerbic, but never dull. Very strict with checking ID's and I don't blame them. Sometimes you will find some Chargers here, and other times just long time lokes. Overall a great mix of characters.

Beer and wine only, and that's fine with me. W/O the hard stuff the agro-drunk becomes a non-issue. Lots of large flatscreens, and a pool table. The Jukebox needs some new tunes, but so be it. Lastly there is a an English contingent who hang out in the corner and Willy always has a "soccer" ie. football match on for them. The best part is really the great conversations one can have at the bar. People are opinionated, educated, and very friendly. I have found women who speak sports, and men who speak fashion, yet the majority of people are just avg working joe/joettes, who come here for the great food as of late, and the wonderful company. I highly recommend cruising by if the drunk 22yr old isn't your idea of a good time out. Very Chill, and essentially one of my favorite pubs in PB.

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★★★★★

I have lived in the N pb/S lj area since I was a teenager. I used to come to this place when it was "the DU" ie. the Down Under. Willy ( the owner) has run this place for 12 years and it is just one of the best places for a low key beer and some good bar food that you will find N of the zoo known as Garnet.

The people are older, though with the new kitchen a younger crowd has been coming by. Everyone is so nice. The Bartenders are sometimes acerbic, but never dull. Very strict with checking ID's and I don't blame them. Sometimes you will find some Chargers here, and other times just long time lokes. Overall a great mix of characters.

Beer and wine only, and that's fine with me. W/O the hard stuff the agro-drunk becomes a non-issue. Lots of large flatscreens, and a pool table. The Jukebox needs some new tunes, but so be it. Lastly there is a an English contingent who hang out in the corner and Willy always has a "soccer" ie. football match on for them. The best part is really the great conversations one can have at the bar. People are opinionated, educated, and very friendly. I have found women who speak sports, and men who speak fashion, yet the majority of people are just avg working joe/joettes, who come here for the great food as of late, and the wonderful company. I highly recommend cruising by if the drunk 22yr old isn't your idea of a good time out. Very Chill, and essentially one of my favorite pubs in PB.

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This place definitely attracts an older local crowd. It doesn't get too rowdy here, but the drinks are moderately priced. It is quite aways from Garnett, so I wouldn't say its exactly worth the trip unless your nearby.

2
★★☆☆☆

This place definitely attracts an older local crowd. It doesn't get too rowdy here, but the drinks are moderately priced. It is quite aways from Garnett, so I wouldn't say its exactly worth the trip unless your nearby.

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