One of my favorite things to do is try a new restaurant and I am so lucky to live in San Diego where there’s always a new, surprising local restaurant for me to experience.
Recently I got to try a great new-to-me restaurant while at Liberty Station in Point Loma called Soda & Swine. This open, mid-century style restaurant was such a surprise in the best possible way. The atmosphere is the perfect mix of fun and sophistication with a corn-hole game outside and a custom-built, glass-topped Foosball table that actually spans the room and accommodates multiple games at once.
For starters, Soda & Swine has some amazing cocktail and snack options. We chose to go old school with gin and tonics because they actually carry my favorite California gin from St. George, which I previously posted about here. We also ordered their spiced crispy chickpeas. I could have eaten all of these by myself, but I grudgingly shared.
Soda & Swine actually specializes in meat balls and baking (they bake their own bread!), but they do have vegetarian and vegan meat-less ball options with different and unique sauces! I enjoyed the bovine (beef) slider with traditional marinara and soft fresh bread. My man got a meatball pot pie, which was just as amazing as it sounds with a flaky crust and filled with their mouthwatering pork meatballs!
I recommend sitting at the bar if you get the chance to go with just one other person; the bartenders are really great and can give you great suggestions!
PS: There’s also a location in North Park!
9 thoughts on “New Eats: Soda & Swine, San Diego”
Looks delicious! Meatballs and that bar!!! Yum.
They are so yummy and have all sorts of options and a wide variety!
Such yummy looking food!
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Omg that burger is calling my name. So juicy and yummy!! Food is forever bae. Ha!
Haha I am right there with you, Missy!
Great review, thanks for sharing 🙂 this sounds like a lovely place to eat!
What a cute looking spot! I haven’t been to San Diego in years, but looks like I need to go here when I make it back!
So so many great new restaurants to try here! I hope you’re able to make it back to San Diego soon; we’re gearing up for a gorgeous summer!