Food and art are combined with culture at
Wet Stone Winebar
Posted by LGBT Weekly Restaurant Review Thursday, May 5th, 2011
So when I stumbled upon what seemed to be a secret spot in Bankers Hill, I was not only surprised, but also found myself absolutely delighted. Snuggled on Fourth Street between Grape and Fir, Wet Stone Winebar is a glimpse into the culinary world of global cuisine. Chef and proprietor Christian Gomez has taken his ethnic heritage of Filipino, Spanish, Chinese and Panamanian and matched it with an impressive career of food art and cosmopolitan educatio.. Read Article.
DINING REVIEW: The Taste Buds discover hidden gem, Wet Stone Wine Bar
THE TASTE BUDS – SDGLN’S RESIDENT FOODIES March 30th, 2011
SAN DIEGO – Tucked away in a nondescript location on Fourth Avenue just south of Grape, Wet Stone Wine Bar is easy to miss. No spotlights or neon signs welcome passers-by. Read Article.
Thinking outside the bread and cheese box
By Loralee Olejnik - Posted on 1/12/11
Wet Stone Wine Bar is a hidden gem in Banker’s Hill. Executive chef and proprietor Christian Gomez, a San Diego native turned citizen of the world, has created a classy yet unpretentious escape tucked in a historic building on Fourth Avenue between Grape and Fir streets.
A style he describes as “contemporary American, with bold, refreshing flavors done with global influence,” Wet Stone offers a menu of small plates, salads and paninis to complement a rotating selection of domestic and international wines. Read more: San Diego Community News Group - Thinking outside the bread and cheese box. Read Full Article.
Warm Soup for Cold Days
Posted on 1/04/11
January is National Soup Month and during these cold days nothing tastes better than hot soup. Christian Gomez, owner and head chef of Wet Stone Bar, shows Jason how to make Coconut Lime Soup with Tiger Shrimp. Source: Warm Soup for Cold Days | NBC San Diego
Sweet and Hot
Posted By Brook Larios on SDCityBeat.com 12/08/10
I’m always down with a masterful mixologist—especially one who can concoct a rapturous non-alcoholic beverage (no small feat). Wet Stone Wine Bar (1927 Fourth Ave. in Banker’s Hill) owner Christian Gomez tries his rapidly mixing hand at a different flavor of agua fresca nearly every day. The drink is a butterfly blend of fresh fruit, water, juice and sugar. Hawaiian guava, blueberry-mint and lime and hibiscus-ginger are said to be faves.
Dining: Wet Stone Winebar & Cafe
Posted by David Nelson on 12/13/10
Christian Gomez reminds me a bit of the Tasmanian Devil from the old Chuck Jones Warner Brothers’ cartoons: He moves so fast that the eye struggles to keep him in focus. Read More.
Uptown happy hours: Wet Stone
Posted by Dr. Ink on 2/22/10
When “wet” is in the name, Dr. Ink assumes alcohol is involved and sprints into the establishment like a storm chaser excited by nimbus clouds. Ah, but if only the skies rained Sangria like those made at Wet Stone, the world would be a giddier place. Read More.
Discover Nightlife: Top Ten San Diego Wine Bars
Posted On : 9/22/2008 by Alexis Griffith
Like most things in the area, Wet Stone is a hip joint running business from the innards of an old Victorian home spun with a modern twist. Unpretentious and youthful, this little wine bar offers great wines, beers and an international menu making Wet Stone a first choice destination for any wino. Read More.
History and a Side Salad
By Ed Bedford | Published Wednesday, June 25, 2008
Boy, this is straight out of The Jungle Book. A ginormous fig tree spreads over me. I have to tilt my head back to look for the giant snake Kaa, just in case he’s wrapped around one of those massive branches up there. A sign in front of the tree says, “Florence Hotel Moreton Bay Fig Tree, 1877.” That makes it 131 years old. Wow. Read Full Story.
WET STONE WINE BAR & CAFÉ
$5 glasses of select wines & both sangrias
$20 carafes of sangrias
$20 select bottles of wine
$6 selected salads & starters
Hours: Tue-Sat 5-7pm and
March 16th from 5pm-7pm