50 Cent once rapped "you can find me in the club", but it wasn't this one, mostly because that song came out in 2002, and this place wasn't open yet. Well, now it is: F6ix.
Named for its location at the corner of F and 6th, F6ix is a fancified subterranean club of the night from the group behind FLUXX and Side Bar, exclusively playing hip-hop, much like every Torrey Pines eleventh grader whose parents bought them a Pathfinder. Just in case you didn't go tanning, the 6000sqft space features a trippy lighting system that hides your paleness by bathing the metal, wood, and mirror-clad space in blues, pinks, and reds; plus they've got "plush" bi-level bottle service tables surrounding the dance floor, with cushions that're removable so you can stand up and dance on them before whoever actually got bottle service gets you kicked out. Their 50ft mirrored grid bar will offer up TBA signature cocktails plus all the standard club bottle service needs including bubbly like Dom P "Andy Warhol", and $1100 Ace of Spades, though order it and you might end up getting Jacked in a Club.
In a couple of weeks, they'll start offering up a dinner menu with small plates like beer-battered fish tacos and angus beef sliders, though if you roll with your posse, you're going to need, like, 20 knives in the club... in order to split all that food.