Jaynes Gastropub and 30th on 30th. Have a Drink, Plant a Tree!

Have a drink and plant a tree! Jaynes has partnered with Tru Organic Spirits and The Greenbar Collective. For every drink made with Tru, organic spirits distributor The Greenbar Collective will fight deforestation by planting a tree in the central American rainforest. Jaynes' star bartender Sarah Ellis will be hand crafting the cocktails for the evening and will be joined by guest mixologist Adam Stemmler. Cocktails are all $5. The ever popular Baby Jayne Burger and Fries will also be served for $5. We will be closed for regular service and will be seating throughout the entire restaurant. 6-9pm.


Wondering what to do tonight, Wednesday October 19th?
May we suggest heading down to the Ritual Tavern for a freshly tapped CASK of Green Flash Brewing Co. '30th Pale Ale'* $4 a pour while it lasts.

You'll probably want to pair it with a hearty dinner of fresh mussels, Shepherd's Pie, seafood bouillabaisse or a vegan lentil burger before you start your DrinkAbout bus tour of North/South Park & University Heights.

On the 3rd Wedneday of each month, 2 "Brewery Tours of SD" Busses loop for 4 hours, stopping at 9 craft-beer bars. Hop on and off FOR FREE at Blind Lady, Small Bar, Live Wire, Toronado, Ritual Tavern, Eleven, Sea Rocket, The Station & Hamilton's. The busses leave Ritual Tavern every half hour starting at 7:20pm, last one at 11:20pm headed north to Blind Lady by way of Eleven.

*"30th Street Pale Ale is a strong pale ale that is well dry-hopped making it taste like an IPA by many hop head’s standards. The beer was brewed to recognize the synergy behind the craft beer culture on 30th Street in San Diego and was released for the Green Flash 6th Anniversary Celebration." http://www.ratebeer.com/beer/green-flash-30th-street-pale-ale/95785/91141/

Reubens at Jaynes this week!

The Jaynes Pastrami Reuben is on the menu! Growing up, Jon often took the metro north train from Westport, CT in to the city and headed straight for one of two places. Uptown for Carnegie Deli or downtown to Katz's Deli for a Pastrami Reuben on Rye.

In our estimation there is little more comforting than Hot Pastrami, Sauerkraut, melted Swiss Cheese and Thousand Island Dressing on Rye bread.  At Jaynes we get the classic preparation just right, with Niman Ranch Pastrami, Bread and Cie Corn Rye, house made zucchini pickles and our hand-cut kennebec french fries. We will be serving this little taste of East Coast heaven Tuesday-Thursday this week for just $14.50

We hope to see everyone this week!
xo  jayne and jon

Jaynes Natural Wine Tasting Series: "Hungary" this Saturday October the 8th. 4-6pm

We are happy to announce a very exciting event for this month's Natural Wine Tasting Series this Saturday: Hungary! We will be joined by good friends Stetson Robbins and Matt Ahern from Blue Danube Wines, who are experts on this part of the world. Blue Danube and Jaynes are kindred spirits in promoting lesser known regions and indigenous varieties and this is another first ever in San Diego tasting that we're proud to be hosting. Be the first on your block to drink and pronounce Kékfrankos and Sparkling Tokaji! We will also be serving traditional Hungarian bites like Körözöt.

In Stetson's words: The food and wine culture of Hungary is one of Europe's oldest and most dynamic. The basin of the ancient Pannonian sea, Hungary is a veritable bread basket of vast fields of grain, fruitful orchards and game filled forest. Sporadic outcroppings of long dormant volcanoes and limestone massifs blanketed with indigenous vines, jut from these long plains. Here where the vine grows, people make the full flavored spicy foods and wines that separate the Hungarian palate from the rest of Europe's. This is just a taste of this unsung destination for gourmands, but one you will not quickly forget. I hope that you will be drawn to Hungary as we at Blue Danube Wine Co were. Cheers! Or as they say in Hungarian "Egészségedre!" and see you there!!

Natural Wine Tasting Series: Hungary
Saturday October 8th
6 wines plus hors d'oevres $20/pp. 4-6pm.
We recommend reservations for those staying for dinner. 619-563-1011