As chilled and welcoming as the stereotypical surfer dudes for which San Diego is famed, in this sunny city you will an LGBT community infused with energy, passion and genuine excitement about the future — all this despite the best efforts of this current Trump era politics of hate and discrimination. Hanky nights and drinks specials are among the ongoing special events. Known for its great juke box, long history in the neighborhood, and a location that's much closer to downtown than gay bars in Hillcrest, the SRO 5th Ave. Share Pin Email. Seasoned travelers can take refuge in what feels like a home away from home set within a stunning environment, with refined rooms, six bars, a fabulous rooftop pool, and relaxing spa. It's pretty mixed here and less cruise-driven than a lot of the city's gay hangouts. Continue to 21 of 21 below.
Amongst the facilities are shared open bunk rooms each with 2 bunks -4 beds available at no extra charge, a communal TV room and two separate XXX theatre areas, a sauna, jacuzzi, and a communal steam room.
The interior, with its bordello-red walls and enthusiastic use of mirrors, make this something of an unapologetic throwback to the cocktail bars of yore. A cozy, slightly off-the-beaten-path neighborhood spot in charming University Heights, Cheers Adams Ave. It's a little inconspicuous - the sort of place you could walk by a dozen times without noticing, but it's a fine place to kick off a night of bar-hopping. We'd love to hear from you!
It's pretty easy to have fun in this place.