Visited a handful of times now, certainly my least frequented Pizza Port. This could be my favorite Pizza Port if it wasn’t also the furthest away from me. The service is better than Carlsbad, the beer is better than San Clemente, and there is definitely more seating than at Solana. The downside is the parking situation. It sucks ass, that’s about all that you need to say about it.
The newest of the Pizza Ports is possibly the nicest. Set up is sort of similar to Carlsbad with long tables set up in one area and then a separate bar area. Tons of house and guest beers on, great pizzas...the usual.
Visited on Saturday 19/04/14. 6/7 minute walk from the sea front, place was chocka block, we’d already eaten and just managed to squeeze on the end of a bench and admire some tasty pizzas being demolished all around us.
Solid tap list, largely PP plus local guests, beware aliased beers, i came a cropper on duplicate rates Mangosaurus and T-Rex!!
Service was great bearing in mind how busy they were. Good time beer & pizza - Will definately head back here. Cost $17 in a taxi from old town tram station.
Located blocks from the ocean, this place is a must stop for some beers and pizza. The beer selection of house beers and guest taps is fantastic. Pretty much everything was of extremely high quality from what we sampled. Pizza was kickass, with a lot of variety, veggie / vegan options, as well as salads if you don’t want pizza. Service was quite good - nothing amazing. Prices are normal. An absolute must stop when in San Diego for beer and pizza.
A smaller Pizza Port location with the bar immediately to your left and picnic tables to your right. The service was spotty and it took a while to get beers. I did not try the food but I did enjoy some tasty beers.
Walked here on a Saturday night and was happy to find a bar stool outside we could claim -- the place was mobbed! Pizza Port gets such positive press in the beer world, but after this visit, I was left unconvinced. #1, I don’t like their approach of free-feeding the massive hoards. Line up for your pizza and/or beer orders, and get the chagrined look of the unimpressed-with-you staff. The beer was OK, but nothing special, especially in this part of the world. And the pizza took a while, and ended up a bit doughy. Pile all that on with the just-too-crowded scene, and I really didn’t dig it that much. I had a better time up the street at another brewery’s tasting room. Brewery #727.
Located in a neighborhood called ocean beach, its close enough to the ocean that you can smell it from the entrance. There was plenty of street parking the night I went. The interior has kind of a surf shop feel with a vey tiny bar. They had 20-25 various pizza ports on tap as well as a lot of other locals. The food was very good and reasonably priced and the service was attentive. The beers I had were all pretty good. I love pizza but most izza places have crap beer selections. It’s great to come to a place like this that does both well.
My favorite of the Pizza Port locations, the OB Pizza Port is probably the smallest and located about two blocks from the beach in a quaint neighborhood. Small parking lot in the back. The feel of this place is just straight up beach bar focusing on unbelievably good pizza like the other Pizza Ports and of course a very large tap list 30-40 with about 90% being house beers and 10% being from Stone, Ballast Point, Russian River, Coronado, Alesmith. They have so many of their own beers on tap it can be overwhelming- a beer tickers paradise! You can easily get 2 full sampling flights of their beers and still not try them all. Getting the barbecue chicken pizza here is a must and better order a pint of one of their many IPAs to go with it. A really fun, laidback, local place. Pretty much one of my favorite beer places ever along with PP Carlsbad.
A large place with a smallish bar, picnic style seating and a small patio outside. A beach vibe to the place overall. Service was pretty good and the bartender knew the beers. 40ish taps ranging from Pizza Port to other breweries. Pizza Port beer available in flights and a number of cans available to go. The pizza was quite good and the prices were maybe the cheapest I saw in San Diego. An awesome spot!