Monday-Thursday 5pm-12am /// Friday-Sunday 11:30am-12am /// Last Call 11:15pm

Thursday, December 31, 2009

They say nobody rides for free, but....

On December 31 (New Year's Eve), MTS will be offering free “Night Owl” service. Beginning at 9 p.m. and running through the night on December 31, all MTS bus and Trolley rides will be free of charge. Routes 7, 11 and 901 and the Trolley will run throughout the night.

Please pass this info along to everyone and don't drink and drive!
Oh, we're on the 11!

Map your route now!

Monday, December 28, 2009

New Year's Eve at Blind Lady

Yep, we'll be open until 1am on New Years Eve.
More details coming soon.

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

'Twas The Flight Before Christmas

and a pint after as well...

We'll be open Xmas Eve serving up one heck of a Holiday Flight!

Firestone Walker - Velvet Merkin (oatmeal barrel aged stout, 5.5%)
Marin Brewing Co - Hoppy Holidaze (spiced winter amber, 7.5%)
Anchor Brewing - Our Special Ale 2009 (spiced amber ale, 5.5%)
Nogne 0 - God Jul (winter imperial porter, 8.5%)
Scaldis - Noel (dark belgian ale, 12%)
Craftsman - Holiday Ale (spruce-tip spiced winter warmer, 8?%)

Drop in for a Flight and pick up some last minute gifts while your at it. We now have every size shirt in stock! Yes, every size. As well as hoodies, work shirts, glassware galore and gift cards. Come get your BLAH-lover (or soon-to-be BLAH-lover) a special something-something.

Toys! Toys! Toys! and 25 Cent Beer!
We're still collecting toys for Rady's Children's Hospital. They are looking for games, movies, art kits, infant stuff like board books and rattles and stuff, journals, hot wheels, you name it. Now get this. If you bring in a toy from now through Christmas Eve, we will give you a beer for a quarter. See how we hid this down in the email? Didn't make a big hoo-ha over it. It's just for you. Admittedly, it will not be any beer, but one of several selected beers, but hey, all of our beer is good. And admittedly, you can only do this once. One 25 cent beer per person. Remember, the toy has to be new, in a box, not wrapped and no plushies or stuffies please.

The bar will be open Christmas day from 5pm (ish) 'til Midnite (ish). The kitchen will be closed, but we figure you be stuffed and looking to unwind with some great beers. So, we'll be putting some of our favorite whites and wits on: Hitachino Nest White, Allagash White, New Belgium MotherShip Wit, and St. Bernardus Wit.
Opening and closing times might flex a little depending on how much Xmas Cheer we're feeling!

Oh, and we have a limited number of Blind Lady Holiday "Sweater" Tees available for $15 each.

Monday, December 21, 2009

Won't You Be Our Neighbor

We've loved spending 2009 on Adams Avenue and want to spread the word that there are some great spaces available.

Commercial Properties For Lease

3311 Adams Avenue: Available immediately! 1500 square feet of retail space on busy block of Adams Avenue. Asking $1,750 per month (no NNN) will negotiate for longer term leases. For information, contact Angie at Cathron Property Management (619) 295 1100 or (619) 733-9033.

3331-B Adams Avenue: 800 square feet of retail space with superb display windows. Available immediately. Contact Laurie Greenblatt of Promus Management at (858) 751-6300.

3371 Adams Avenue: Excellent retail space with large display windows in high traffic block on Adams Avenue. 1,520 sq. ft (lower level with 1,120 sq ft and a upper level of 400 sq ft) just right for a retail operation. For more information, contact Mike at (619) 820-3439

3536 Adams Avenue: 1050 square feet of great storefront professional office space. Asking $2.05 per square foot NNN (approx $2,153 per month). Available immediately, contact Tom Spillane at (619) 295-3301 for more information.

REVISED: 3804 Adams Avenue: Available immediately, 325 square feet of excellent air conditioned office space, great location and access for professional office, seeking 2-3 year lease, asking $450/ month plus utilities for 2-3 year lease For more information contact Mark at (858) 735-9083 or via e-mail mmedina1@san.rr.com

3844 Adams Avenue: Wonderful 4,722 free standing former bank building that is divisible. There are 14 off street parking spaces available. Location offers excellent visibility along Adams Avenue with easy ingress and egress to the property. Asking $2.25/ sf, NNN. The price is flexible based on tenant improvements, length of term, etc. Contact Paul or Tim at (619) 804-5493 or e-mail paul@chevcom.com

3938 Adams Avenue: Asking $1.60/Square foot, 1,782 square feet in 2 buildings, remodeled building with many features, beautiful landscaping and private parking. Excellent for a professional service company or retail shop. Just off I-15 with great visibility. Contact Marc Frederick at (619) 595-0823 or marc.frederick@colliers.com

2700 Adams Avenue: Central location, easy freeway access to I-8 and I-805, Modern building, rehabbed in 2004, Impressive common areas, lobby, and bathrooms, Secure on-site parking
Three suites available:
Suite 201 - 2,780 RSF vacant | up to 7,952 RSF available, 7-9 semi-private offices, interior glass, full kitchen, two private bathrooms
Suite 203 - 1,465 RSF, One private office, open area, breakroom
Suite 101 - 1,577 RSF, Two private offices, open area, former call center
For more information contact Marc Frederick at (619) 595-0823 or marc.frederick@colliers.com

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

This week...

Monday, December 7, 2009

San Diego Youth Services Fundraiser

Sunday, December 13th

15% of all the days sales plus all proceeds from raffle will go to help support The Storefront and Street Outreach programs at the SDYS.

SDYS will have people there for the day and evening answering questions and handing out information and will sell raffle tickets.

The Storefront -- Emergency Shelter for Youth
A 20-bed emergency shelter and the only one in San Diego specifically designed for homeless, runaway and “street” youth. Its goals are to return young people to their families or to find alternative living arrangements and to prevent their sexual exploitation. Services begin with Street Outreach teams that find and offer resources to homeless young people. The Storefront Day Drop-In Center provides street kids with a safe place between the end of the school day and the opening of the night shelter.
Street Outreach
More than 2,500 youth are seen annually out on the streets by the Outreach Team. As part of The Storefront's mission, outreach workers search the streets of San Diego six nights every week in search of homeless children, providing them with survival information, warm clothing, something to eat, and an opportunity to get off the streets.

Get more info about SDYS at http://www.sdyouthservices.org

Trunk Show at Rare Hare

Rare Hare has rescheduled their trunk show due to nasty weather....

Tuesday, December 1, 2009


$3.50 Cask 'til 3:50pm
We're tapping a cask of Alpine Nelson Rye IPA at 11:30am and it'll be just $3.50 per glass until 3:50pm (or until it's gone).

We'll also have Victory Storm King, Hopdevil, Kolsch and Prima Pils on tap today.