Cake Nightclub Opens in San Diego

Known for owning and operating boutique nightlife venues and restaurants all over the world, Everyday Life (EDL) brings their esteemed reputation to the heart of the city’s historic Gas Lamp District redefining San Diego nightlife.

Following in the footsteps of its Scottsdale predecessor as a haven for the exclusive and elite, Cake Nightclub San Diego will shatter the mold of conventional expectations for traditional nightclub design. Modeled as an abandoned French chateau meets “Alice in Wonderland,” the 6,000 square foot two-level venue, designed by Tosh Berman, will include a main room and mezzanine featuring antiqued whitewashed wood, crystal gold chandeliers and hand-tooled leather banquets. 

Cake Nightclub San Diego

“Being able to contribute to San Diego’s thriving hospitality scene has been an amazing opportunity," says co-founder of EDL Amrou Manaseer. "We believe in this already great city’s potential on becoming California’s premier nightlife destination and we hope that we can find our place amongst these amazing venues to help increase the exposure for San Diego.” 

Serving as the back drop and epicenter of the club, the Baroque era inspired DJ booth boasts a first of its kind 30-foot translucent LCD display. This incredible technology pairs the highest resolution liquid crystal screens ever used in a nightclub with the ability to interact with performers on stage. Synchronized with a Steve Liberman designed lighting system and the signature theatrical performances, Cake San Diego blurs the line between reality and fantasy. 

The dance floor is the heart of the room with the venue featuring a custom next generation Funktion One sound system designed by Dan Agne and Sound Investments that elevates San Diego’s nightlife to new heights. Expect exceptional premium bottle service from their signature Cake Dolls, comprised of the city’s most beautiful women who raise the bar for an ultra-sexy nightclub experience.

“When the opportunity came to purchase Voyeur, it was a no brainer to design and build our flagship Cake Nightclub on the foundation of this incredible location as it has been nothing less than amazing,” says co-founder of EDL Tosh Berman. “We have always wanted to be part of the Gas Lamp hospitality scene and we couldn’t be happier to be in San Diego amongst the incredible people that we have built so many amazing relationships with over the years.”

Cake Nightclub’s backbone is built around bringing exceptional service, world-class entertainment and custom design, placing thought and precision into every detail. 

Check out more nightclub success stories and launches during the New Nightlife Track at the 2016 Nightclub & Bar Convention and Trade Show, March 7-9 in Las Vegas! Registration will open in October!

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