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This chic gastropub in Sorrento Mesa is light, bright, and airy by day, and cozy and welcoming at night. The culinary concept is simple—make delicious food and brew good beer to go along with it. A dozen or so brews are available at any given time, and a new beer list is rolled out every Monday. Long picnic benches and padded benches make toasting happy occasions with friends a breeze, and reservations for parties up to eight can be made online. For private events, a mezzanine level lounge with its own bar and game tables, holds from 18 to 36 of your besties in style.
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The buzz: Globally-inspired fare in a chic, contemporary brewery.
The food: The latest opening from Whisknladle Hospitality, Gravity Heights humbly aims to serve simply good beer and food in an inspired locale that's decked out to the nines with plenty of air plants, wood, glass, and metal. Wood-fired pizzas are the star of the show here, as is the stacked bar munchies list chock full of interesting bites including a mezze platter, tikka masala chicken pie, Mexican street cauliflower, and other international dishes. A new beer list is rolled out every Monday.
The cost: Snacky, munchy plates are $11.75–15.50, wood-fired pizzas, sandwiches and burgers run $14.95-16.95, entrees cost $16.95-28.95 and beer starts at $3.50 for tasters and up to $7.75 for a full pour.