Catch The Summer Solstice Sunset

View from PB Alehouse

Stay out late to watch the sky transform and change colors on June 20th for the Summer Solstice. Whether you find it romantic, inspiring or simply relaxing, take some time to catch the sunset on the longest day of the year.

Escape to Pacific Beach AleHouse in time for sundown, where an upper deck with an ocean view makes for a cozy spot to watch the sunset. Nestle into a comfy booth inside for an early dinner, but upstairs is where you’ll want to be when the sun goes down. Choose from the Ale House’s selection of in-house brews and settle in before the sun hits Crystal Pier.

Watch the sun drop below the country landscape from the patio of WESTROOT. Located at The Village at Pacific Highlands Ranch, guests can gather on the patio to watch the untainted sky flare up in fiery reds and majestic purples. A glass of rosé on Wine Wednesday will blend beautifully with the sunset backdrop.

For beachfront dining and a wide-angle view of the horizon, head toward the sand and up the stairs to Pacific Beach Shore Club. No matter where you sit or stand, catching a glimpse of the sun dipping into the Pacific will be a breeze. Make yourself comfortable and enjoy the glistening view with some shrimp ceviche and a $4 Pacifico or Budweiser.

Sandbar Sports Grill is located in the heart of Mission Beach on Ventura Place, only steps from the ocean and across from Belmont Park. The Sky Bar is the perfect spot to relax and watch the sun sink over the ocean while savoring a tasty appetizer and a cold drink. You will be able to enjoy a famous San Diego sunset without having to leave your seat.

Sundown is set for 9:24 p.m. Come early, grab a drink and cheers to the longest day of the year.

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