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San Diego does it best at Aero Club of Mission Hills

Ever wonder what Jim Morrison was talking about when he wanted to be shown to the next whiskey bar?  Can you hear the Kaliope playing in the background?  What a circus!  If you never wondered about the next whiskey bar, go to the Aero Club Bar at3365 India Streetat the base of Mission Hills.  They offer 130 different flavors of whiskey and 100 vodkas.  Who knew there were that many?  Plus you can go mellower with 20 beers on tap.  They even claim to have 28 different labels of gin.

 

This is your standard if you want to know what a typical dive bar would be.  Don’t be looking for no stinking truffles in this place, it’s a whiskey bar with lots of character.  Go for the good service, good booze, good prices and the TVs turn to sports when they are the thing to do.

 

Jim Morrison wouldn’t like it but the only smoking done is outside on the patio.  The entertainment here comes through the juke box and pool tables, unless you like people watching. Lot’s of people come here to unwind.  Plenty of 21 – 35 year old folks hanging out as if it’s there place as is typical of a dive bar, but again I found a few grey hairs hanging in with the group too.

 

We still have Sculpin on tap, as well as Speakeasy DoubleDaddy and Betrayal Imperial Red Ale….all fantastic choices for Friday drinking while enjoying the AC!!  So says Aero Club from their FB pages.  It’s definitely family flavor at the Club.  So if watching the game with friends over suds or bourbon is your thing, then this place is hard to beat.  

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