After exploring all there is to see and do on the Big Bay by day, there’s nothing like winding down with a few friends for an evening out. As the twinkling lights emerge on the Bay, so does the area’s nightlife. If you’re looking for a hassle-free way to get to the Bay, the options are abundant.
Consider this: Next time you are meeting up at the Big Bay with friends who are coming in from around San Diego County, suggest something new. North County Coastal friends can take the Coaster; others can come into the Big Bay on the Trolley. Once you’re all here, the Bay offers a number of dining options for your group, from fine dining to casual fare, seafood joints to steakhouses, mellow atmospheres to bustling.
Start the evening off chatting over a great meal and enjoying waterfront views. If you’re ready to see more of the Bay by night, take advantage of one of the fun ways to move around from attraction to attraction including bicycle pedicabs, water taxis and the ferry. With fresh air, beautiful scenery and no parking to arrange, these are ideal ways to travel. The Bay is full of hidden gems. Seek one out after dinner by checking out one of the Bay’s lounges with live music and entertainment. Or, plan ahead and head to the Bay for a waterfront concert or event. Spectacular views, great food, great friends and great entertainment—now that’s a night on the town.
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