The first time I moved to Pacific Beach, I was 23 years old. I graduated from SDSU the year prior and finally had the money from a full time job to really go out at the bars and live it up. I went to a lot of happy hours and a lot of late night bars for the next few years. It was really hard to save money when you're going out all the time and the bars were only steps away from my door but who cares?

Back then, I remember that I would run into 30 something year olds and wonder what were they thinking, still living in this town at that age? Shouldn't they be married with kids by now and stop going to the bars?

Well, I'm now 30. Shit. That was fast.  When I launched this website, I was 25 years old. I felt like I was going to be young for a long time. Truth is 30 is the new 20. I still feel young but in a different, more mature kind of way. And you know what, I now understand. Why settle down so soon when you can live it up and get the partying out of your system until you find the right guy (or gal) and pop them babies? 

Here's another truth, most of the owners and the smart entrepreneurs who make Pacific Beach such a fun place to be are 30 something and older! It's true. We know how to throw a party. You 20 something year olds really owe us a lot for making your lives so enjoyable so "you're welcome" and don't complain about there being too many 30 year olds around here like I did.