Renowned for its huge, atmospheric patio and legendary Sunday afternoon parties featuring beer and burgersit's also great fun because of the eclectic crowd, where everybody from bears to hipsters to regular joes comes to cruise. Share with your friends, family, and the world! It's in increasingly gentrified North Park - but on a side street - and it has a very loyal following. Most gay bars are in the trendy Hillcrest neighborhood, just northeast of Balboa Park and a short drive or cab ride from downtown. The original location opened in just south of Hillcrest a block from Balboa Park, and it's a wonderful coffeehouse and restaurant as well as a place to consume tantalizing sweets or buy them to go.
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Urban Mo's University Ave. You'll see the occasional twink in here, but this laid-back cruise bar definitely cultivates a vibe that's counter to the stand-and-model scene in Hillcrest - expect lots of guys who favor scruff. Like a lot of locals' hangouts in San Diego, Cheers has fun karaoke nights and plenty of good drink specials. English Change Language.
For many years, Rich's University Ave.