West Coast Tavern
$5 wells, wines and drafts. $7 select specialty cocktails and appetizers 4pm-7pm EVERY DAY! Reverse happy hour 11pm-close Sunday-Thursday.
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Enjoyed our first time there on Father's Day. DJ was playing tunes, service good, food and drinks were good too. Try the mimosa flight!
Brunch was amazing! Food was delicious and servings were large! Great location and service!!!
Making a reservation is a good idea,it's busy but worth it. Reasonably priced items. The staff are very nice and our waiter was funny and knowledgeable of the menu. I will absolutely be back!
It was great! The chicken and waffles were soooo good
I was looking for a restaurant to go to for my wedding anniversary, not in busy downtown SD. Discovered West Coast Tavern on yelp and was not disappointed! It was quiet when we arrived and we had the inside dining area all to ourselves. Things did get busy later in the evening since they had a DJ later that night. Took advantage of their happy hour when we arrived and ordered dinner after. Everything was soooo good! The Brussels sprouts were my favorite! Their flatbread was yum and pistachio bread pudding was the best way to cap off the evening. Service from Emily was good! I will definitely be back and bring all my friends!
Decent place for a bite to eat before a show next door. A bit overpriced food wise. $14 for two sliders and a huge handful of fries. I’d rather have less fried food and one more slider - or make it a burger. Wings were delicious!
Outstanding brunch! Can’t wait to go back. Food and service were excellent.
good happy hour deals, dispite an little issue with bill we was good. good service and great location
Graduation celebration! Tara was great!! Food was great!!
I can always count on West Coast Tavern when I am craving a mule or a night out, delicious food and drinks!
Made a reso for 5 for Mother's Day but showed up with 8 and they accommodated us no questions asked. Super friendly staff and comfortable space. Mimosa flight was delicious!
Food was good, service was good, noise level insane!
We found West Coast Tavern as a recommendation on Thrillist on a trip to San Diego and I cannot understand how it landed on that list. To begin, the restaurant never picked up the phone when we tried to call ahead several times, despite being nearly empty when we arrived at 10:30am for brunch. The menu is out of its league in terms of overpricing food. $18 avocado toast is what I expect in SoHo in NYC and at least there it tastes good. Here, the food didn’t even approach a mediocre quality. We ordered the toast flight as an appetizer: truly bad. My chilaquiles: not only bad, but half way through the meal I found a giant, coarse, black hair with the cuticle still attached. This instantly turned my stomach. I sent it back to the kitchen and couldn’t eat anything for the rest of the meal. My friend ordered the burrito and just from looking at it, we were both repulsed by how disgusting it was. All in all, I haven’t had such a bad meal in quite a while. And in terms of ambiance, trashy patrons and a grimey restaurant.
Everything was great!!
Only problem was that they made us go around the building for the concert.
One of the main reasons that I reserved a table was the convenience of not having to go in line for the concert. Disappointing.
Other than that, great experience.
This place isn’t terrible but I can’t recommend. Had an Easter brunch reservation in place for more than one month. Arrived and were greeted by a “bouncer” checking everyone’s IDs. Was seated at a highboy four top with backless bar stools smack in front of a DJ. I asked for another table and the hostess replied that the other tables are being held for reservations- when I reply that I also have a reservation she can only offer outside seating. It was about 60 degrees this morning. They were completely unapologetic and I guess truly felt it was appropriate to seat older people in backless bar stools in front of the DJ. The food was ok, nothing special. The waitress we had was very good and her name was Gina S and snaps to her. Skip this place and head to Breakfast Republic which is far better on all accounts.
We ate before The Interrupters show. We had ten people in our group and had a lot of fun while eating delicious food.
Food was great
The staff was amazing and very helpful. Food was great!
Always amazing! I love the service
Drinks were Good, Service was Good, Cool Vibe. The Appetizers/Starters were good Hummus and Dirty Wings, Even the Sliders, but the Surf and Turf, that one needs some work on the Turf. Great place to eat and drink before the Concert.
So it’s a great option if you’re going to see a show next door. The wings are delicious. The skewers are a def pass. The pitchers are the best for happy hour. Did love kid Server but the hostess (I believe was the manager) told us we had two hours to eat and drink and then had to leave because they had reservations after us. We had planned an overdue girls night and thought we had at least 3 hours before the show to chat eat and drink but felt rushed and pressured to leave.
Great service good food and drinks! Wish there were more heat lamps but other than that it was a fun night!
We recently had dinner here before a concert. I made sure to make reservations, figuring it was going to be busy. This was the first time going to the West Coast Tavern and will probably be our last. To start, the service wasn't that great. Half the time we couldn't find our waitress and when another server would happen to check on us, we'd request something, only to be forgotten. Again, we knew they'd be busy, so we were understanding. The breaking point was when the hostess/greeter gal comes up to our table and proceeds to tell us that there is another reservation for our table in 10 mins. Mind you, we just got served another round of drinks and we had only been at our table for a little over an hour, so we were taken aback and shocked by her sudden announcement (cheerfully laughing about it, which really didn't help matters). Per their website, it indicated reservations are for a 2 hour period, so my boyfriend immediately questioned our waitress, who apologized and said she would "see what she could do". The funny thing was there was plenty of seating around (we were at a 2 person TINY table, so it's not like we were a huge party). In the end, they sat the next reservation elsewhere and told us that we could stay until we were ready to leave. As a first time customer, this definitely didn't set a good impression.
If you dine and Bill is over $20, you get early entry to The Observatory through the back door. The food wasn’t worth the early entry for a rush of people pushing their drunk azzes to the front. Hell, it was almost Who worthy.
Great restaurant attached to the Northpark Observatory venue.
Food was very tasty and the staff accommodating and friendly. The "Ribs" special on Weds was cooked perfectly - smoked and tender. charcuterie was made up of quality components, and they even made me a version of my disco fries (fries/american cheese and a bowl of brown gravy for dipping). Fun spot - happy to return :)
The place gets pretty crowded on the weekends. Reservations are set for outside, not sure if this is because of late reservation, but there were open tables when we arrived inside and my reservation asked to be inside if possible. Food was as great as to be expected. Our server was not good. She never introduced herself, made eye contact, smiled. Basically nothing that would make a couple feel as if they were welcomed. Mimosas aren’t very strong and seemed like they were made with fresh oranges which made them very bitter tasting. I’m hoping this was a one time unique experience because the ambiance is cool, loved that they had a DJ playing inside but the music wasn’t too loud. The food was good and I would still like to return if I’m in the area.
Went there for a concert at same. Enid for a ore-show meal. Excellent food and overall experience.
The food is terribly bland. The place is way too loud even for a sports bar.
My first visit compared to my second visit was like night and day. I was not too pleased with the second visit because our young male server followed up on the tables with the younger ladies. We only saw him twice, when he took our order and brought us the check. He did not follow up to see if we wanted more to drink, did not check back to see if our food arrived correctly. We waited a bit for our food to come out, when it did, it was a tad bit chilly. The best part of the meal was the flight mimosas, and the waffle fries, which we had as an appetizer. Maybe it was an off day, but I will go again just for the mimosas.
Our server was never around
Super friendly staff. Great Happy Hour specials. The venue was not oversold so the show was enjoyable and fun!! Will definitely go back.
Way too loud, staff wouldn't allow change of table without a promise to leave by a certain time.
Reserved some tables for my bday and we had a blast. Great service, food, and the dj played some good music.
Servers were on top of it, especially with the drag event going on. Food was pretty good, but not 5-star. Noise level wasn’t great for catching up with friends I hadn’t seen in several years, but would be great for a happy hour with close friends or coworkers.
Our server Gina was so great. It was our first time eating there and we all loved everything we got and the service was wonderful!
What's great: bottomless mimosas and the service.
What isn't great: they kick you out after 90 minutes with only a 5 minute warning.
So my 3 star for service is not an overall reflection on all the staff at WCT, obviously or I would not be returning as much as I do.
We had 2 guests that were a few minutes late but they knew what they wanted and were ready to put in their orders as soon as they sat down, however our first waitress continuously kept ignoring our waves (for a good 20 minutes). Eventually we flagged down another waitress and it was a bit embarrassing because it is out of character for us to do that.
I believe her name was Emily. Emily then took over our table and we were extremely pleased with her and the young busboy (unfortunately we did not get his name). Their customer service was beyond great.
The other thing I would have liked knowing before hand; and by that I mean when I made the reservation, was that we would need to vacate our table sooner than later. We had 4 reminders from the hostess about clearing the table by 7pm. Our reservations was at 515, by the time we settled, ordered and so forth it didn't leave much time to relax and enjoy ourselves. We felt rushed and that was unfortunate for my out of town guests and being that it has never happened to me before at WCT I had no explanation. We were actually told on our arrival that we needed to vacate the table by 7pm. After that, we received 4 reminders within our last hour there (6-7pm). Not uncomfortable what so ever...right?
Great service and hospitality. Had dinner there before an Atmosphere concert and the check in process with the Tavern to the event was a breeze! Would love to go back again was a perfect night out. Nice dinner outside people watching and drinks before. Even though it was a chilly night they had heaters and it wasn’t too bad outside at all. Thank you for a great experience!
Great food and atmosphere! Most people eating there were headed to a concert at the same venue after. I would definitely recommend!