Normal Heights, one of San Diego’s older neighborhoods, was nothing more than an empty field populated with rabbits. NH was originally developed in 1906 and led by the Normal Heights Syndicate, D. C. Collier, whose mural is pictured on our walls. This town has a strong sense of community. When the 1985 fires destroyed many homes in Normal Heights, the community banded together to provide support and homes to the displaced victims, earning the title of “All-America City” that year. People are proud to live in Normal Heights. We want to embrace this and combine it with the passion and energy of modern life. We aim to set the bar high with an experience unlike anything seen in the neighborhood, while still providing everything that you expect from a high-energy local bar and restaurant.