Oliver Heldens at Omnia SD Promo Code

Just announced – Oliver Heldens at Omnia San Diego on Sunday May 28, 2017 for Memorial Day Weekend.

Limited time promotion – use promo code HeldensDisco to get 20% off your ticket purchase here.

This code is only valid for the first 200 uses – if the code is no longer working that means more than 200 tickets have been purchased.

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We will not have a free guest list for this night, so if you’re definitely interested in going we highly recommend buying tickets. Set it off


Above & Beyond at Omnia SD Promo Code

Just announced – Above & Beyond at Omnia San Diego on Friday April 7, 2017.

Limited time promotion – use promo code ABPROMO to get $10 off your ticket.

This code is only valid for the first 200 uses – if the code is no longer working that means more than 200 tickets have been purchased.

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San Diego New Years Eve 2016/2017 Event & Nightlife Guide

New Years Eve 2016 is almost upon us! Wondering what’s happening in San Diego this New Years Eve? You’ve come to the right place.

Not going to be in the SD? We have a guide to NYE 2016 in Los Angeles as well as NYE 2016 in the OC!

NYE falls on a Saturday this year which means most clubs will be 100% sold out! Book your tables early!

You can use our free mobile app to book your tables – we highly recommend booking tables as early as you can – prices will go up as the date gets closer.

Omnia SD New Years Eve 2016

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Parq SD New Years Eve 2016

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Fluxx SD  New Years Eve 2016

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Onyx Room SD New Years Eve 2016

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False Idol – San Diego’s New Tiki Bar Now Open

After more than a year of gestation and much speculation, CH Projects’ has laid its offering at the feet of the tiki community by finally launching False Idol this past Sunday. Positioned as a bonafide tiki bar in the truest sense, it was created in partnership with author and rum expert Martin Cate, whose highly-regarded Smuggler’s Cove in San Francisco was deemed Best American Cocktail Bar at the year’s Tales of the Cocktail.

Now open from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. daily, reservations — made via the bar’s website or OpenTable — are highly recommended, as the intimate space is only 1,000-square-feet. Hidden within a walk-in cooler inside Craft & Commerce, which just reopened last week after a year-long hiatus, the tropical wonderland is covered in tiki icons from top to bottom — from a ceiling strung with puffer fish and colorful glass buoy balls to walls and bar surfaces covered with custom masks and carvings of “false idols”. Vintage tiki ephemera, from matchbooks to menus, is displayed under glass on the bar top and there’s even an entrance grotto complete with a waterfall and a real flaming volcano. The bar’s tiki cred is enhanced by the involvement of famed industry craftsmen Bosko Hrnjak (Tiki Objects by Bosko) and Ignacio “Notch” Gonzalez (Top Notch Kustoms).

The 36-count drink menu, a collaboration between Cate and CH Projects Beverage Director Anthony Schmidt, will be served in custom-made tiki mugs. Spanning Polynesian classics to more modern craft interpretations, the $13 to $22 lineup ranges from the iconic Trader Vic’s Mai Tai and Eastern Sour to lost concoctions from long-shuttered tiki hotspots, including the Coronado Luau Special (blended lightly aged rum and black rums combined with brandy, dry curacao, orgeat, lemon and orange) from Hotel Del Coronado’s now-defunct Luau Room.

Some of the original cocktails include the Mai Sha Roa Na (blended Jamaican rum, madeira, banana liqueur, vanilla macadamia nut cordial, brightened with fresh lemon) and the Ode to Okolehao (bourbon, vanilla macadamia nut cordial, squeezed-to-order lemon and orange). There are also two $40 shareable cocktails, including the Luau Scorpion bowl for four people and the interactive Alkala the Fierce made with chai-infused-bourbon, aged and dark rum, vanilla, pimento dram and orgeat; ordering the drink will cause smoke and lava to billow from the volcano and the banquette seats to rumble and shake. False Idol will also house a serious rum collection — more than 200 rare and vintage varieties — and plans to launch a special Rum & Cocktail Club for die hard fans of the spirit.

Pendry San Diego to Feature New Nightclub – Oxford Social Club

The first round of food and drink reveals slated for the Gaslamp’s forthcoming Pendry San Diego, the first hotel site for a new luxury brand developed by the well-regarded Montage Hotels & Resorts, contained a trio of venues that will be operated in partnership with Clique Hospitality, including Lionfish, its signature restaurant helmed by local chef Jose “JoJo” Ruiz (Ironside).

Due to open in the Gaslamp by late 2016, the Pendry is aiming to offer much more than just a swanky hotel stay; in addition to the Lionfish restaurant, The Pool House rooftop lounge, and nightlife venue Oxford Social Club, the 12-story complex will also house three more hospitality concepts designed to attract both locals and tourists. Of course, bottle service at the Oxford Social Club will be available.

Craft beer-centric Nason’s Beer Hall, named after the Nason & Co. Farmer’s Market that once operated at the same downtown site in the 1900s, will feature a deep tap list San Diego-made beers and international brews, plus a menu of global comfort food, and entertainment via vintage bar games.

At the Pendry’s lobby bar, Fifth & Rose, craft cocktails and elevated bar food will be served in a living room-inspired setting.

And its all-day eatery, dubbed Provisional Kitchen, Café & Mercantile, is being designed in collaboration with Raan and Lindsay Parton of Alchemy Works in Los Angeles. The greenhouse-like space will encompass a restaurant, which will offer a seasonal menu and takeaway options, and a marketplace retailing everything from homeware to gourmet pantry items and jewelry. In the communal dining room will be a full-service espresso bar fueled by Vittoria Coffee, an Australian brand which also runs the coffee program at Big Sur’s Post Ranch Inn.

4 A.M. Last Call Proposed for California Clubs

Young tourists seeking a taste of Los Angeles nightlife are almost always in for a bitter pill. As originally reported on L.A. Weekly.

Expecting Hollywood glamour and all-night partying on a world-class level, revelers from out of town are more likely to get kicked to the curb at 2 a.m. because of California’s strict alcohol laws.

It’s embarrassing. State Sen. Mark Leno today announced that he has introduced legislation that would change our party pooper ways:

He wants to allow local governments to extend drinking hours until 4 a.m. Woot-woot?

“This legislation would allow destination cities like San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego to start local conversations about the possibility of expanding nightlife and the benefits it could provide the community by boosting jobs, tourism and local tax revenue.”

His bill, SB 635, would allow only nightclubs and restaurants to go until 4 a.m. (Stores that sell alcohol would still be subject to earlier hours).

Leno’s office says it would help bring California nightlife in line with that of such after-hours beacons as Las Vegas, New York, Chicago and Miami.

The legislation is supported by the California Restaurant Association.


Some have argued that having all the drunk people leave bars at 2 a.m. puts pressure on communities and police, and that later closing times might actually spread the burden and allow some to sober up if they so chose.

Matt Gray, executive director of Taxpayers for Improving Public Safety:

“Uniform closing times put significant stress on public transportation systems and the law enforcement agencies tasked with managing and dispersing large crowds of patrons when they all leave the clubs at 2 a.m.”

But the big argument here is money. Lots of it. Leno’s office notes that nightlife in California is worth billions and that we’re home to 1 out of every 4 top-grossing nightlife venues in the nation.

However, the top 10 venues are in late-night-serving cities like New York, Vegas and Miami. Leno:

“Many cities in California have dynamic social activities that are vital to their economies, but they lack the flexibility to expand their businesses.”

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Fluxx San Diego offers “Wolf of Wallstreet” Package for 50k

Fluxx San Diego, a nightclub located in San Diego, is capitalizing on how very much the party elite wanted to live like “Wolf” Jordan Belfort by offering a lavish Wolf of Wall Street Party Package to the tune of $50,000.

So how does one live like Belfort in a legal way?

Fluxx will have a chef cater a private dinner on a luxury yacht, offer transportation to the club in a Rolls Royce limousine, offer partygoers a center VIP table with a 6L bottle of Ace of Spades Brut champagne (delivered by Mighty Mike, the nightclub’s midget “superhero”, no less) and a one-night stay in the Hotel Palomar’s 2-bedroom Penthouse Suite.

Fluxx has been voted San Diego’s #1 nightclub for the past three years, so chances are you’ll have an epic time living large.


Omnia Brings Vegas to San Diego’s Gaslamp

As much as downtown San Diego has matured as a nightlife destination in recent years, its profile pales in the glow of Vegas and Miami Beach, where high-end, over-the-top venues compete for hip, well-heeled club goers, not to mention the hottest DJs.

While a rapid transformation isn’t in the offing for San Diego, it’s likely that the long-awaited opening of the Omnia in the Gaslamp Quarter will do a lot to raise the city’s nightclub quotient while bringing a bit of Las Vegas to downtown. Omnia San Diego has already announced a star studded DJ lineup, including Armin Van Buuren, Chuckie, Afrojack, Tiesto, Martin Garrix, Nervo, Markus Schulz, and more.

The Hakkasan Group, a Las Vegas-based global hospitality and night life firm that last year bought the former Stingaree club on Sixth Avenue, has spent the last six months overhauling the 22,000-square-foot space and transforming it into what the company boasts will be a level of opulence unseen in other San Diego nightclubs.

It will be the company’s second Omnia, the first debuting in Las Vegas earlier this year inside Caesars Palace. Like the San Diego location, the Omnia in Vegas was a makeover of a former nightclub, Pure.

A relative newcomer to the Las Vegas nightclub scene, Hakkasan opened its first club in 2013 — its namesake Hakkasan Nightclub in the MGM Grand — and in January debuted Omnia, more than three times the size of the San Diego club. Hakkasan never disclosed the costs of the Vegas Omnia, although various published reports estimated the investment at anywhere from $80 million to $107 million.

Similarly, Hakkasan executives won’t reveal the company’s investment in its new San Diego location, acknowledging only that it is significantly more than the $7 million spent to open Stingaree in 2005.



The new San Diego venue’s high-end finishes and features are driven by the increasingly competitive Las Vegas market, which has demanded the very best in its nightlife venues, said Nick McCabe, president of Hakkasan Group, which was founded in London. While Stingaree was fine for what it was, upgrades were needed in terms of sound, state-of-the-art technology and improved sightlines for viewing the all-important DJs, he explained.

Toward that end, the former Stingaree, which had been segmented into three different areas, was opened up into one 8,000-square-foot main club floor and a 4,000-square-foot balcony overlooking the dance floor and lined with VIP boxes. Embedded in the walls of the main floor are LED strips designed to pulsate to the beat of the music.

Completing the club experience is a 7,000-square-foot rooftop terrace that’s designed to have the feel of a garden and is furnished with a variety of seating types, including tiered cabanas and sofas along the perimeter.

“There has been a complete sea change in the level of investment in clubs being built in Las Vegas,” McCabe said. “Clubs like XS, Hakkasan and Omnia raised the bar completely. We’re talking about a very luxurious product in keeping with the best hotels in Las Vegas.

“The same thing is about to happen in San Diego. It is a new level of investment and design concentration with a different level of finish customers haven’t seen before. It won’t be as epic as in Vegas but certainly a step up beyond what’s seen in San Diego.”


Omnia San Diego Plans Grand Opening

Dance music fans near San Diego’s Gaslamp District have a new megaclub to enjoy.

Hakkasan Group is bringing their years of nightlife experience to San Diego, re-branding and re-imagining Stingaree into the newly minted Omnia club brand. The launch of the San Diego arm of Hakkasan Group’s nightlife empire mirrors its sister club in Las Vegas’s top tier lineup announcement.

The club itself hopes to raise the bar for San Diego nightlife. President of Hakkasan Group, Nick McCabe described Omnia San Diego as an “unparalleled destination in the Gaslamp Quarter with unique, state-of-the-art design and refined luxury. We’re looking to make a lasting impression by combining what we believe is the best nightclub real estate in San Diego, with a taste of what made us so successful in Las Vegas.”

Omnia San Diego is currently planning it’s grand opening for Spring 2015.

Parq Nightclub San Diego

Parq SD Debuts at On Broadway Space

San Diego continues to up its club scene with the debut of Parq on Oct. 28. The Alice in Wonderland-esque experience comes complete with a video confessional, makeup artists at the ready and a Vegas chef serving fancy food fuel for dancing.

Carlos Becerra’s Parq replaces the famed On Broadway club space at 6th and Broadway, which shuttered two years ago for a multi-million dollar gut renovation. The 38,000-square-foot finished product is no less than spectacular.

Top interior design firm Davis Ink (AD Nightclub, Pink Cadillac) split the space into a restaurant and nightclub component that can function in conjunction with each other or as separate venues.



Guests enter through two gigantic glass roll-up garage doors, where they’re met by a 12-foot-tall psychedelic vertical garden. A park-like oasis with reclaimed wood, custom yucca trees, and various types of greenery contrasts to industrial materials of concrete, aged brick, and metal mesh.

The 5,000-square-foot restaurant features high beams that open into the night sky. A patchwork booth uses upholstery inspired by designer Davis Krumin‘s vintage jackets. Also spotted in the whale-sized space: Warm walnut wood tones, custom metal tree branch dividers, and an alternating black-and-white striped restroom.

Chef Errol Le Blanc, who worked under Charlie Palmer at top Vegas dining destination Aureole and locally at Cafe Sevilla, brings a farm-to-table experience described as “progressive American.” Known for his off-the-wall concepts and creativity, his menu include seared ahi, “jars and such” (confit, toppings, charcuterie), a meat and potato section (White Marble Farms Pork Ribeye) and fish dishes like Maine Lobster Relleno.

Party goers enter the 20,000-square-foot club through a cavernous brick tunnel with chandeliers flickering overhead. Acrylic tubes wrap from the wall overhead to the ceiling and a custom bottle display with hundreds of individual wood boxes, outlined with LED lighting, frames the main bar.

The nightclub resembles a women’s makeup lounge, replete with its own bar, where makeup artists stand at the ready to make sure that faces are party perfect–and ready for the photo booth.

General Manager Louis Pelliccia (formerly of LA’s famed Kress) says the new space will put San Diego on the map as a nightlife destination, with Cirque-esque performances and top-notch lighting and music. And gone are the days of dead cell phones while waiting for friends to arrive; each booth is stocked with phone chargers.

For more info visit our Guide to Parq SD. Book Parq bottle service, or see upcoming events at Parq’s website at