Organized by Kalyan Pokala
Join us at Tipsy Tuesday, San Diego's weekly Couchsurfing meet-up!

What is Tipsy Tuesday, you may ask?

Tipsy Tuesday is San Diego's weekly meetup where traveling CouchSurfers, hosts and future CSers mingle and meet new and old friends.

This event is great to meet locals and for people new to CouchSurfing looking to meet actual CSers. Hosts, bring your surfers! Surfers, bring your hosts!

This Tuesday July 9th, we will be meeting at Heights Tavern, located at 3377 Adams Ave San Diego, CA 92116, in Normal Heights. We had a blast here right after they opened the place.

If you're having trouble making it out ask if anyone is interested in carpooling from your area, don't be shy!

Your host for the event will be me, Kalyan, so stop by and have a drink with me, I promise you won't be disappointed by this small but wonderful Couchsurfing community. Come alone, or bring friends (non-CSers are always welcome)
We usually average 30-50 people *despite* how many people actually RSVP. But I've noticed, the more people that RSVP, the bigger the crowd is. People see that the event is going to be huge, and then they decide to come, even when they don't RSVP.
If you're shy and don't want to RSVP? Fine by me! RSVPs aren't required. This isn't a formal shindig!

If you are thinking if you should go and haven't been... you should go.

If you think the event is too far away... it's not.
I look forward to seeing you there!


Address: 3377 Adams Ave San Diego, CA 92116



1. Email me/Couchsurfing message me asking where Tipsy Tuesday is going to be. The location will be posted in due time, sometimes life gets in the way. I'm getting bombarded with messages, otherwise I wouldn't say anything.


1. Give me suggestions in the events thread for bars you'd like to go to. Most of the bars and restaurants in San Diego are 21+, it's the truth and I don't like it, but if I know it's a bar that allows minors, I'll post it in the details, k?

2. If you know of a place willing to give us a special, or it's the place you work and you've got an in? Feel free to message me with the details.


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