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San Diego’s best bottle shops

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Looking to take home some drinkable San Diego souvenirs? Best Damn Beer Shop (Downtown, bestdamnbeershop.com), wedged inside a no-frills mini-mart, sells an array of local and harder-to-find craft bottles that really is damn good. Olive Tree Marketplace (Ocean Beach, olivetreemarket.com) is friendly spot for great deli sandwiches such as the Picasso—marinated chicken, pesto and melted Provolone tucked into a warm pita—and bottles from local breweries you can sample in the small tasting room. Most of San Diego’s breweries are represented on the shelves at North County’s Holiday Wine Cellar (Escondido, holidaywinecellar.com), a one-stop shop for craft beer, wine and spirits, while newcomer Bottlecraft (Little Italy, bottlecraftbeer.com) sticks to craft beer with an array of bottles, a few taps and beer-related classes. –Candice Woo


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