Join us on Saturday evening following WordCamp at Little Italy’s Loading Dock, formerly 98 Bottles. Little Italy’s Loading Dock is a 21+ neighborhood bar with an extensive craft beer selection along with great wines, sake and creative Soju cocktails. We’re lucky to have the entire venue for our WordCamp attendees from 7 – 11 PM.
Little Italy’s Loading Dock is located… you got it, in Little Italy. Just north west of downtown. This historical neighborhood has plenty of restaurants. A few of our favorite foodie spots are Filippi’s Pizza Grotto, Bencotto, Monello, Ballast Point, Ironside Fish & Oyster, and Underbelly. We will have some light appetizers at the after party, but we recommend stopping somewhere in beautiful San Diego for something more substantial before the event.
Location and Parking details for Little Italy’s Loading Dock are below. Please be sure to bring your WCSD badge for entry – we will not be able to accommodate any +1’s for this event, so you must have a WCSD weekend badge to attend the after party. We are looking forward to unwinding after a wonderful, exciting WordCamp day with you! See you all there. And as always, stay classy!
Little Italy’s Loading Dock
2400 Kettner Blvd
San Diego, CA 92101
Parking can be a bit tough in this neighborhood on a Saturday night, so you may want to consider using Uber or Lyft.
Below is information from littleitalysd.com regarding where to park:
Rate: First 2-hours free, then $2.00 a hour thereafter.
7:00am to 4:00pm
Washington Elementary’s Parking Lots:
W. Fir & State Lot
Union & W. Date Lot
610 W. ASH @ LITTLE ITALY
Rate: $5.00 per car
Monday to Friday from 5:00pm to 1:00am
Saturday and Sunday All-Day
Rate: $9.00 a vehicle
5:30pm to 11:30pm
India & W. Ivy (Presented by Ballast Point Tasting Room & Kitchen)
5:30pm to 12:00am
Kettner & W. Ivy (Presented by Herb & Wood)
6:00pm to 11:00pm
India & W. Cedar Streets
India & W. Date Streets
India & W. Fir Streets
County Parking Structure
The County of San Diego has officially opened their parking structure on Kettner Boulevard and W. Cedar Streets to the public all day on the weekends.