People enjoy sunsets as it marks the end of a day, welcoming a fresh new beginning the following morning. Starting November 6th, the sun will start to set much earlier in the afternoon due to the end of Daylight Savings Time. As San Diego is known for its iconic bars and restaurants to watch the setting sun, take some time to dine at these hot spots before setting the clocks back.For beachfront dining and a wide-angle view of the horizon, head towards the sand and up the stairs to Pacific Beach Shore Club. No matter where you sit or stand, you’re sure to catch a glimpse of the sun dipping into the Pacific Ocean. Make yourself comfortable and enjoy the glistening view with the Shore Club Bacon Wrapped Shrimp or the Shore Tater Tot Basket and wash it down with a cold IPA. Unwind under the colorful open sky on the patio at Miss B’s Coconut Club. With plenty of seating for you and your guests, breathe in the fresh ocean breeze from just a block away while enjoying a tiki-inspired cocktail such as the Bro Tai or The Lusca. Cure your cravings with the Coconut Club Burger or the A La Carte Street Tacos before hitting the boardwalk to watch the sun disappear along the horizon.Escape to Pacific Beach AleHouse just in time for Daylight Savings, where an upper deck with an ocean view makes for the coziest sunset lookout. Nestle into a comfy booth inside for an early dinner, but upstairs is where you’ll want to be when the sun goes down. Choose from the Ale House’s selection of in-house brews and settle in before the sun hits Crystal Pier.For the ideal sunset sips and snacks, venture to Sandbar Sports Bar & Grill’s Sky Bar in the heart of Mission Beach just steps from the sand. This two-story bar is the perfect place to end a long day with happy hour specials all week Monday through Friday. Enjoy $2.00 off all appetizers and selected specialty cocktails while saying goodnight to the sun. Sunsets have never been more fun and filling! Cheers to the perfect way to end the day and remember, the clocks are set back at 2 a.m. on Sunday, November 6th.
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