Discover SD Talks about Bottlecraft at Liberty Public Market
You are at Liberty to drink and stroll
“You can come here 20 times and have a different experience each time.”
Whether you are a foodie, craft beer lover, wine aficionado or cocktail enthusiast, Liberty Public Market might just feel like a dream come true.
My first thought was, “I’m home!” And the best part? You can walk around the market freely with any of your choices, and yes, that includes your drink.
Step into Mess Hall and find a refreshing open air vibe with a pizza oven at one end, Bottlecraft’s craft beer bar at the other, and a cocktail bar in between. Bottlecraft, a beloved multilocation watering hole, celebrates its fifth anniversary in June with 24 taps and 500 bottles at its new location.
“I’ve always wanted to be in Point Loma and close to OB, and I’d heard of several ideas over the years, but this one seemed to be done so well. I got excited,” said owner Brian Jensen of his decision to come to Liberty. Jensen wants to highlight San Diego for the locals and tourists, and said the list will always be at least 50 to 75 percent local.
Loyal fans of Bottlecraft can expect the same high quality on draft and in bottles they have come to love.
“The biggest difference is the market and the interaction,” Jensen said. “There will be more emphasis on the relationship and the synergy of food and pairings.”