I was psyched on a new Pizza Port and have not been disappointed. Very good beers and a similar atmosphere to the others, though maybe not as good as CBad. Nickelbag is still one of the best DIPAs Iíve ever had. Nice to have a location closer to SD proper.
Itís like chuck e cheese opened a brewpub on the beach, minus the games. The beer selection is good, with only a few standouts. I got the pizza, which was great, but my wife got a salad that was small, but also good. Itís definitely worth your time if youíre in the area.
The newest addition. Missed that they have a parking lot so I parked down the street. Not quite as big as the Carlsbad or San Clemente locations. Good atmosphere. Didnít have food on my visit, but I assume it to be the same quality as the other locations (i.e. good). I have had several of the beers before, so I was expecting good things. Overall the beers were very good with a few amazing standouts. One or two seemed to be on their last legs. Service was good for a somewhat busy afternoon. Overall a good new addition to the Pizza Port family, with a brewer that can brew some stunningly good beers (Bacon and Eggs comes to mind, which sadly wasnít on during my visit).
This was my least favorite Pizza Port out of the 4 in town. Large open space with a small patio relative to the other PPís. Same layout as the others. One line for food and the other for beer. This place has a great tap list for brewed beers on site and a great guest tap list as well that rotates often.
This location is the worst of the 4. Beach bums hitting you up for change all the time. I stayed in OB the first night and was woke up to EMS crews strapping a bum to a gurney. This is an awful location. The crowd inside in not much better. Less family and more meth heads. Beer was good. But not at the expense of some meth head wrestling me for my wallet. Iíll never come back here.
Tried out the newest addition to the Pizza Port bunch a few months after opening in Ocean Beach. Ambiance is more modern than its predecessors. The brewing equip. is tucked away on the left as you enter the front door. Big dining area with high tables, bar blended into the serving counter. Typical design that is PP. Bustling, loud atmosphere as usual. Decent tap selection with rotating guest beers. A nice addition to the growing chain.
What a great place. Went for lunch on a Monday. Was fairly empty but then filled up. Had 16 of their own offerings and another 15+ from elsewhere - good mix of stouts, IPA, DIPA, Hefe etc. Like the casual, family friendly atmosphere with picnic tables and the small arcade, not to mention the brew kettles and other equipment off in one corner. Food is mostly limited to pizza and its decent to good depending on what you like. Everything is pick up yourself with no frills but I like that. Worth a visit.
my 2nd fav pizza port location. This place is the 2nd smallest as well (bigger than solona beach). Has an awesome variety of beers and their house brews rock! Pizza was fantastic and didnt hurt that they had actually friendly waitstaff. A definate must if your in San Diego!!!!
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.
I was lucky enough to find a parking spot in the Pizza Port parking lot. Iím sure if I hit the place during peak hours, I would have been parking in BFE. Parking is at a premium almost anywhere in SD. Anyways... The place had a good crowd, but there were still a few tables available. I ordered a pizza and a the sampler (only 4 per trip). They had a good selection of PPOB beers on tap with a pretty good selection of guest taps. No bottles. The pizza was real good. The beers was pretty good too. This is a no frills joint. You pick up your beer, food, paper plates, you name it. This place is worth the stop if you are in the OB area.
Went here twice on my trip to San Diego...what can I say? I love the place. The pizza is amazing and the beer selection pretty good. 15 house beers on tap...nothing spectacular but a bunch of solid beers. 25 guest taps included many goodies both local, other parts of the county and Belgian goodies. Servers were friendly and attentive. Many delicious pizza options. Just a cool vibe to the place. The interior is a bar that seats a dozen or so and a bunch of lined up picnic tables. Some outdoor seating, too...but it sort of faces a street, so I just stayed inside despite the wonderful April weather. Great value on slice and beer lunch specials. I had three pints and two slices of beer and got out for under $20. Iíd definitely go back were I in San Diego. Despite other places having better/more beer and better food, this was my favorite SD locale.