HOURS

Lunch Hours:

Tuesday-Friday, 11-2pm

Dinner Hours:

Tuesday-Friday, 5-10pm

Saturday, 5-10pm

Sunday, 4-9pm

 

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WetStone

Winebar & Cafe

1927 4th Avenue
San Diego, CA 92101

619.255.2856
 

        WEEKLY SPECIALS                Tuesday: Tapas for 2 Tuesday Tapas for two Tues

  • Join us for a 5-course tapas menu & house select bottle of wine for $30/per person

 

Wednesday: Hump day Wednesday

  • Join us for a 3-course food and wine pairing for $28/per person

 

Thursday:  #ThankfulThursday

  • Join us for 20% off of all bottles of wines off of our wine lists

 

  • Friday: "Smell the Rose's" $6 glasses of select Rose's

CONTACT & RESERVATIONS

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May 10, 2018

As the 10-year mark has surpassed us,, we would like to give a heartfelt Cheers! to you all for your continued support. So in an effort to keep you coming back for more we're introducing some new weekly specials:

Tuesday: Tapas for two Tuesday

  • Join us for a 5-course...

June 21, 2017

If someone asked me back in 2008 what I knew about economics, the honest truth would have been about slinging lemonade on the corner of Melrose Ave and E. Rienstra in the South Bay at the under ripe age of 5.

Fast forward to adulthood, now a rookie small business,...

July 25, 2016

Hello, my name is Christian Gomez and I am the person behind creating this little find of an enclave in my hometown of San Diego. I recall vividly, working in top LA restaurants in the 90's and early 2000's, dis-attached from the blistering pace of my surroundings for...

May 20, 2014

BY R3media

May 20, 2014

BY R3media

 

A short vignette of Wet Stone at night.

May 18, 2011

By Loralee Olejnik

SAN DIEGO COMMUNITY NEWS GROUP

 

Wet Stone Wine Bar is a hidden gem in Banker’s Hill. Executive chef and proprietor Christian Gomez, a San Diego native turned citizen of the world, has created a classy yet unpretentious escape tucked in a historic buil...

May 5, 2011

By Christopher Hile  - 

SAN DIEGO LGBT WEEKLY

 

One of the greatest things about living in San Diego is the dining scene never ceases to surprise me. Over the years, I have seen restaurants come and go, new top chefs hailing stoves around town, and mom and pop bistr...

March 30, 2011

By The Taste Buds -

DINNING REVIEW - SDGL News

 

 

SAN DIEGO – Tucked away in a nondescript location on Fourth Avenue just south of Grape, Wet Stone Wine Bar is easy to miss. No spotlights or neon signs welcome passers-by.

 

We had to circle the block to find it, but boy ar...

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