Gravity Heights Ready To Unveil New Brewery & Restaurant In San Diego's Mission Valley

April 6, 2024

San Diego's five-year-old Gravity Heights brewery and restaurant is nearly ready to unveil its newest location in Mission Valley.

From the team behind now-defunct Whisknladle, Catania Coastal Italian, Milagro Farm Winery, and Park Commons Food Hall, Gravity Height is a 12,000 square-foot brewpub and beer garden that opened in January 2019 within the One Pacific Heights office complex in San Diego's Sorrento Valley. The concept is the brainchild of Whisknladle Hospitality CEO Arturo Cassel and AleSmith's original brewmaster Skip Virgilio, offering a modern Californian food menu designed by the company's culinary director Ryan Johnston.
After more than two years in development, the second location of Gravity Heights will open mid-April at The Townsend, a mixed-use luxury apartment complex by The Dinerstein Companies sited steps from Fashion Valley and Westfield Mission Valley malls. The new 9,000 square foot brewpub includes a full service restaurant, an expansive and lush outdoor beer garden, and a private event space with games. The menu includes an array of appetizers, soups, salads, wood-fired pizzas, burgers, sandwiches, brunch items, entrees and desserts, as well as cocktails, Gravity Heights lineup of craft beers and Milagro Farm wines. 
Highlights from Gravity Heights food menu include golden mustard chicken wings; potato pierogi with dill sour cream, caramelized onions, brown butter sauce and chives; the Demi More burger with gruyere cheese, caramelized onion, roasted garlic cream, and demi "steak sauce" on a brioche bun; the pear & pancetta pizza with fontina and mozzarella cheese, smoked pancetta, aged balsamic, honey and rosemary, and the Tikka Masala chicken pot pie with yogurt marinated chicken, creamy tomato sauce, carrots, kabocha squash, cilantro butter, garlic yogurt and puff pastry. 

Gravity Heights Mission Valley will grand open on Wednesday, April 17, at 525 Camino De La Reina, Suite 101, in San Diego's Mission Valley. For more information, visit