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HOURS
MON
5pm-12:AM (food 10pm)
TUE 5PM-12AM (food 10pm)
WED 5PM-12AM (food 10pm)
THU 5PM-12AM (food 10pm)
FRI 3PM-1M (food 11pm)
SAT 11:30AM-1AM (food 11pm)
SUN 11:30AM-12AM (food 10pm)

PHONE
619-487-0401

Location
3025 El Cajon Blvd
San Diego, Calif
92104

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If you park behind T-Mobile you will get towed. 24hrs a day! 7 days a week! Seriously! It will cost you a ton and ruin your night. We wish we could do something about it, but the landlord next door doesn't care. Sorry.

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Painting by Pamela Jaeger

TIGER!TIGER!TAVERN

Tiger!Tiger! was opened in 2011 by the owners of Blind Lady Ale House. We have been long time fans of Live Wire (San Diego’s original craft beer and indie rock bar) and were excited to find a space on El Cajon Boulevard to call our second home. Our space has had many many different owners over the years. In the 40s it was a saddle shop and later served dual purpose as a fashion store and salon. Since taking over our goal has been to create a warm and inviting space to hang out in while enjoying great indie beer and delicious food. We don’t use SYSCO or USFoods and we don’t have an ABIn-Bev account. Never have, never will. We make our own sausages and charcuterie, smoke meat, cook wood-fired sandwiches and only serve the best indie beers we can find. We source locally and seasonally allowing us have a solid selection of vegetarian and vegan options - which makes sense beings 2 of our owners have been vegan for well over 20 years.

HAPPENING THIS WEEK

MONDAY

EVERY MONDAY - HOT CHICKEN & $5 BEERS
Join us for your choice of Hot Chicken or Vegan Hot Mushroom Sandwiches and wash them down with ANY BEER FOR JUST $5. Don’t eat meat? Try our Vegan HOT MUSHROOM Sandwich.
Kitchen 5pm-10pm. Bar ‘til 12am.

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TUESDAY

EVERY TUESDAY - FISH N CHIPS / MORRISSEY N CHIPS
We feature fresh Catalina Offshore Products FISH N CHIPS as well as Vegan MORRISSEY N CHIPS.
Kitchen 5pm-10pm. Bar ‘til 12am.


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THURSDAY

THUNDERBAR COMEDY PRESENTS….
TIGER!TIGER! COMEDY NIGHT

EVERY Thursday of every Month, 7:00 - 10:00 PM
$5 Suggested Donation

https://www.facebook.com/ThunderbarComedy/

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IPA BAR

FRI & SAT - 6pm-11pm
Located on the back patio we feature up to 10 different beers every weekend. Check social media for updates.

THIS WEEKEND 2/1 & 2/1, 6-11PM

SOUTH PARK BREW CO

Robert Smith's Smooth Best Bbitter
Soft Skills Oatmeal Pale (JUICY)
Tongues of Angel's IPA
Bine of God DIPA
For Duty and humanity IIIPA


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FRIDAY

FEELIN' RIGHT FRIDAYS
PSYCH, SURF ROCK, FUNK, AFROBEAT, HIP HOP, RARE GROOVES
WITH KYLITA
EVERY 3RD FRIDAY

>>> FEB 15
W/ MIKE WALLACE 6-9PM

MAR 15 - KYLA’S BDAY

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SATURDAY

SD FREAK OUT
PSYCHO, GARAGE, WORLD, NEW WAVE
WITH MIKE TURI
& ANDREW MCGRANAHAN
EVERY 3RD SATURDAY

>>> FEB 16


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SUNDAY

DJ COSMOSES & THE FUNKY BRUNCH
Brunch just got a whole lot funkier with our very own Moses taking over the the wheels and laying it down.
Chilaquiles, Breakfast Sandwiches, Vegan Doughnuts, and weekly specials.
Brunch 11:30am-2pm

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BEERS & BRUNCH

STARTING AT 11:30AM
WHILE SUPPLIES LAST

SIDES
HASHBROWNS
(Vegan) 5
BISCUITS AND GRAVY Housemade Biscuit with Cremini Mushroom Country Gravy (Vegan) 8
Add Sausage 2
BREAKFAST FRIES House Chorizo, Over Easy Egg, Mexican Crema, Cilantro, Mozz Curds. 9

BREAKFAST SANDWICHES
McTIGER with SAUSAGE
Housemade Sausage, an Over Easy Egg, Cheese and Hot Sauce-Mayonnaise on a Housemade English Muffin. 8
McTIGER with BACON Housemade Bacon, an Over Easy Egg, Cheese and Hot Sauce-Mayonnaise on a Housemade English Muffin. 8
McTIGER with VEG Seasonal Grilled Veg, an Over Easy Egg, Cheese and Hot Sauce-Mayonnaise on a Housemade English Muffin. (Veg) 8
ADD TO ANY McTIGER
Bacon 2 Sausage 2
Veg 2 Another Egg 2

I AIN’T NO CHICKEN! Country Fried Tofu, “Ranch,” Creole Mustard and Homemade Pickles on a Housemade Biscuit. (Vegan) 10

PLATES
CHILAQUILES
Fried Tortilla Chips with Salsa Roja, House Chorizo, Silken Tofu “Crema”, Fried Egg, Pickled Peppers and Cilantro.
(Veg Sub House Soyrizo & Vegan No Egg) 12

THE (fill in the blank) sausage PLATE
Choose of one of our current House Sausages as a Plate, Served with Scrambled Eggs, Hash Browns, Toast. See Board for Sausage Selection 13

DOUGHNUTS
COCONUT DOUGHNUTS
With Coconut Glaze and Toasted Coconut Flakes. (Vegan)

COFFEE
DARK HORSE HOT COFFEE
See Board
DARK HORSE NITRO COLD BREW See Board

COFFEE & DOUGHUTS
SEE BOARD FOR TODAY’S PAIRING

SPECIALS
SEASONS CHANGE, AND SO DO OUR SPECIALS.
CHECK OUT THE CHALKBOARDS FOR WHAT’S NEW.


AUTOMATIC BREWING

We brew under the name Automatic Brewing Co.The brewery is tiny and is located deep within Blind Lady Ale House. We feature Automatic beers every night, but the bulk of what we brew is on tap at BLAH. Check out Automatic Brewing Co HERE

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BLIND LADY ALE HOUSE

Be sure to check out our original spot Blind Lady Ale House located just a couple miles away in Normal Heights. BLAH has been on the Draft 100 Best Beer Bars in America every year we’ve been open. The menu is Pizza and Indie Draft Beer.


MONTHLY EVENTS

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CURA CAOS

Sorry, but Alan is going to take some time away from running these monthly events so he can concentrate on his other creative outlets. We’ve loved having this series and wish him the best. Hopefully we’ll be able to host some future one-off events. Don’t wanna put up any walls between opportunity. Cheers.

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THE BUTTERFLY

THE SECOND TUESDAY OF EVERY MONTH

Welcome to The Butterfly San Diego: True and Not-So-True Stories! We are a live storytelling show (formerly The Narrators San Diego) open to anyone who wants to spend ten minutes on our stage sharing their story. Each month's stories are inspired by a theme, which you can interpret however you like. If you're interested in telling your story, simply email thebutterflysd@gmail.com for details.

Shows take place on the second Tuesday of each month at Tiger! Tiger! Tavern in North Park. Every show is free and open to the public. We'd love to see you there!

https://www.facebook.com/TheButterflySanDiego/

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NOW POETRY

EVERY 3RD SUNDAY AT 7:30PM
A monthly reading series in San Diego, it has poetry, performance, fiction and all the other types of literatures.

CHECK US OUT ON INSTAGRAM

TIGER!TIGER!BEAT!

ALL VINYL ALL NIGHT
EVERY FRIDAY & SATURDAY 9:00PM-12:30AM

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RANDOM PLAY
our friends and their records.
EVERY 1ST FRIDAY
9pm-12:30am

>>> feb 1
RAFTER 9pm-12:30am
w/ mike wallace 6-9pm

mar 1 - Recordable colors ( AKS DORIAN TUCKER)
apr 5
may 3 - RAFTER
jun 7
jul 5 - RAFTER
aug 2
sept 6
oct 4
nov 1
Dec 6

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CANDIED JAMS
with
Scotty Jay
EVERY 1ST SATURDAY
9pm-12:30am

>>> feb 2
w/ erny earthquake from 6-9pm (Ska, Rocksteady, Early Reggae, and all in between and after)

mar 2
apr 6
may 4
jun 1
jul 6
aug 3
sept 7
oct 5
nov 21
Dec 7

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VINYL!TIGER!
with Ian Utero (Vinyl Junkies)
& Dead Brains (Black Heart, Mr. Tube, 3 Mile Pilot,...)
Psych, World, 80s, Garage, Soul, Indie
EVERY 2ND FRIDAY

>>> feb 8

mar 8
apr 12
may 10
jun 14
jul 12
aug 8
sept 13
oct 11
nov 8
Dec 13

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SOCIAL LUBRICATION
Deep Soul and Rare Grooves
with Tim Felten (Sure Fire Soul Ensemble)
& Jason McGuiness (Analog Burners)
EVERY 2ND SATURDAY

>>> feb 9

mar 9
apr 13
may 11
jun 8
jul 13
aug 9
sept 14
oct 12
nov 9
Dec 14

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FEELIN' RIGHT FRIDAYS
Psych, Surf Rock, Funk, Afrobeat, Hip Hop, Rare Grooves
with Kylita
EVERY 3RD FRIDAY

>>> feb 15
w/ mike wallace 6-9pm

mar 15 - KYLA’S BDAY
apr 19
may 17
jun 21
jul 19
aug 16
sept 20
oct 18
nov 15
Dec 20
…..

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SD FREAK OUT
Psycho, Garage, World, New Wave
with Mike Turi
& Andrew McGranahan
EVERY 3RD SATURDAY

>>> feb 16

mar 16
apr 20
may 18
jun 15
jul 20
aug 17
sept 21
oct 19
nov 16
Dec 21

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THE HALF KABBS
Garage, Soul and Psych + Classic Rock & 80s.
with Brian Clinebell (The Kabbs)
& Kyle Whatley (The Kabbs)
EVERY 4TH FRIDAY

>>> Jan 25

feb 22
mar 22
apr 26
may 24
jun 28
jul 26
aug 23
sept 27
oct 25
nov 22
Dec 27

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KING DUTTY
of San Diego City Soul Club
Spinning The Hits of Yesterday
EVERY 4TH SATURDAY

>>> Jan 26

feb 23
mar 23
apr 27
may 26
jun 22
jul 27
aug 24
sept 28
oct 26
nov 23
Dec 28

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the fifth DJ
RANDOM FIFTH FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHTS
FRI, MAR 29 - RAFTER
SAT, MAR 30
SAT, JUNE 29
FRI, AUG 30 - RAFTER
SAT AUG 31
FRI, NOV 29 - RAFTER
SAT, 11/30

 
 
 

PRESS

THERE'S MORE, BUT THESE ARE THE GOOD ONES ;)

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DRAFT MAGAZINE
100 BEST BEER BARS IN AMERICA

We've been on the 100 Best Beer Bars in America list every year we've been open. We'd like to think it's because we give a shit. Seriously, between our direct draw, stainless steel draught system, to our crazy draft tech program, to our line cleaning between every keg change, we are serious about beer.

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BEST SAUSAGE

We make all of our own charcuterie in house, and it was nice to see people care and voted us Best Sausage in the SD City Beat "Best of" issue. 

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EATER SD ESSENTIAL 38

"This might be San Diego's best example of a craft beer eatery, done without pretense. The food here more than measures up to the beer."

CHECK OUT THE LIST HERE

GIVING

When we started BLAH back in 2009 we knew we wanted to figure out how we could be a true positive on our community. So, we reached out to friends and asked how we could help. Ever since then we've had a blast helping people help people by raising funds and awareness for the true Agents of Change.

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SD AGENTS OF CHANGE

“Giving is about more than donating money. It’s about sharing your capabilities, content, and connections—and above all, giving others the chance to be heard, respected, and valued.”

Adam Grant

And honestly that’s what this is about. Sure, we can and will donate some much needed money. But  it’s also about connecting some of our guests to local community organizations they may know little or nothing about.

AGENTS OF CHANGE

Agents of Change 2019 is a little different. 

Our idea is still to HIGHLIGHT a number of LOCAL organizations that are making change, doing good and getting it done in our own backyard. And we still hope that you, our people, might feel kinship with one (or more) of these groups.

But there were so MANY local groups we loved that we decided to feature one, once a month at Blind Lady and one, once a month at Tiger.

That's over 20 non-profit, awesome makin'-change organizations when the year is all over.

February
BORDER ANGELS
February 24th, All Day/Night

Website: https://www.borderangels.org/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/borderangelsofficial/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BorderAngels/?fref=ts

Twitter: https://twitter.com/border_angels

Contact: Dulce Aguirre (dulce@borderangels.org)

Border Angels is an all volunteer, non-profit organisation that advocates for human rights, humane immigration reform, and social justice with a special focus on issues related to issues related to the US-Mexican border. Border Angels engages in community education and awareness programs that include guided trips to the desert to place water along migrant crossing routes as well as to the border to learn about the history of US-Mexico border policy and experience the border fence firsthand.

Border Angels also works to serve San Diego County’s immigrant population through various migrant outreach programs such as Day Laborer outreach and our free legal assistance program held in our office every Tuesday. Border Angels works to dispel the various myths surrounding immigration in the United States and to bring back truth and justice.

Border Angels’ mission is to reduce the number of fatalities occurring along the Californian border through the placement of life saving water stations in the desert. Since the start of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) in 1994, there has been a steady increase in the militarisation of the United States/Mexico border, primarily due to the implementation of Operation Gatekeeper. Many years of devastating economic and immigration policies have created a situation where thousands of people from Mexico and Latin America risk their lives each year crossing into the United States in the hope of finding a better life. In the years since the inception of Operation Gatekeeper, an estimated 10,000 people have lost their lives during the journey due to extreme weather, lack of food and water, and the overall perilous nature of the trip.

What they do in the Spring and Summer Months: With horrifically hot temperature conditions, hundreds of rescue stations are located along the ten state US Mexico border region. Temperatures reaching as high as 127 degrees, water is critical for survival. Volunteers maintain stations throughout the spring and summer months.

What they do in the Fall and Winter Months: Critical life-saving stations are established throughout the San Diego Mountain areas. Winter clothing, food and water are placed in winter storage bins to help decrease negative health results from being exposed to the incredibly freezing temperature changes that exists in the San Diego County mountain areas during the Fall and Winter.

March
SHELTER TO SOLDIER

April
PETS WITHOUT WALLS

May
CASA DE LUZ

June
LEGAL AID SOCIETY SD

July 
COASTKEEPER

August
OLIVEWOOD GARDENS

September
INNOCENCE PROJECT

October
CHALLENGED ATHLETES FOUNDATION

November
YOUTH ASSISTANCE COALITION

CANCER FOR COLLEGE

Our relationship with C4C has been an amazing one. We've hosted beer crawls and pairings dinners with Will Ferrell, brewed Will Powered IPA, hosted their awards gala and raised thousands of dollars to help people achieve their dreams of earning a college degree.

Learn more about C4C and how you can help. https://www.cancerforcollege.org/

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BREWBIES

Every year we look forward to supporting our friends at Brewbies Fest. 

Leveraging her long-standing, sincere relationships with dozens of breweries and their brewers, Melanie was able to create one of the first beer festivals to benefit a nonprofit organization.  She called it Brewbies® - never knowing if the first one would also be the last – and decided on the beneficiary. It was here the two worlds combined: craft beer and Keep A Breast.

To date, Brewbies® is looking forward to its 9th year, is now held in two cities, and has raised over $350,000.

http://www.brewbies.org/

Our Office

3025 El Cajon Boulevard
San Diego, CA, 92104
United States

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PHONE

619-487-0401

Location

3025 El Cajon Blvd
San Diego, Calif
92104

HOURS

MON 5:00PM-12:00AM
TUE 5:00PM-12:00AM
WED 5:00PM-12:00AM
THU 5:00PM-12:00AM
FRI 3:00PM-1:00AM
SAT 11:30AM-1:00AM
SUN 11:30AM-12:00AM

LARGE GROUPS

For large groups email us at
TT at TIGERTIGERTAVERN.COM
Please hit us up 12-24 hours before you'd like to come in so we can check out calendar and get back to you. For entire patio reservations please get in touch at least a week in advance. No full patio reservations on Friday or Saturday nights.

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WHO WE ARE

Lee and Jenniffer Chase
Jeff Motch and Clea Hantman

Lee Chase graduated from UC Davis with a degree in Malting and Brewing Science and soon after passed the prestigious Institute of Brewing Associate Membership Exam to become a Master Brewer. Lee went on to work with three breweries and a yeast lab before committing to what was then a start-up operation called Stone Brewing Company. Over the nine+ years that Lee was with Stone, they grew from a small time brewery to an internationally-recognized icon of craft brewing. He currently works with numerous Breweries in the USA, as well as Canada, Costa Rica, India, Australia, Africa, and Norway.

Jeff Motch has a degree in Art from SDSU and his work has graced the covers of bands such as Jack Johnson, blink-182, G. Love and many local bands, he has designed for the San Diego Padres, Patagonia, several local restaurants as well as created fine art posters. He ran the local music zine 360, was art director for Cargo Music/Headhunter Records, spent time in Italy working for Acerbis Italia, studied beer for over 20 years at Live Wire and co-owned his design firm, Lively and Motch, for five years.

Clea Hantman has written eleven books for major publishers. Before that she owned her own successful retail business in downtown San Diego for five years. She’s written for every major publication in San Diego and her work has appeared in dozens of national magazines.
Clea has also been certified by the VPN America, the local branch of the Associazione Vera Pizza Napoletana, an international non-profit organization founded in the mid 1990’s by a group of Neapolitan pizzaiolis (pizza makers). At Blind Lady Ale House we don't follow all the rules laid out by the VPN, but instead use them as a guideline to base our own pizza philosophy on—we specialize in a combination of old world techniques and local sourcing to create a tasty and thoughtful product.

Jenniffer Chase has a Master’s Degree, in Communication. While putting herself through school, she managed several restaurants, bars and cafes. Jenniffer, along with husband Lee own and manage three rental properties in the area.