Oasis Food Trucks
A rotation of San Diego's finest food trucks join us to serve delicious plates alongside fresh pints at The Oasis.
Located within walking distance of Escondidio’s downtown train & bus station, our outdoor beer garden features reclaimed wood bartops & tables shaded by umbrellas and a lush canopy of trees. 15 taps showcase our core beer offerings as well as our freshest releases, and beer is available in 4-pks, crowlers, and growlers to-go.
Join us for cold beers and sunshine with your furry best friend at The Oasis! We've got treats behind the bar and our next door neighbors Escondido Pet & Feed Supply make this a convenient stop for both dogs and beer fans alike.
“Some of the best beers in the city are being served at this literal Oasis in the middle of Escondido. They have built an amazing, organic community within a community at the Oasis. From the flowing beers, to the incredibly, friendly and welcoming staff, this is one of the best spots in town. Fully outdoor, beautiful location for great beer with great folks. A genuine treasure in Escondido.”
“This is hands down the best place to drink a beer in Escondido. Great outdoor patio, amazing bartenders, best food trucks in San Diego. If you've not been, you're missing out. Dog friendly”
“I can't say enough great things about this place. The community of regulars it attracts is amazing; it's always full of good humans. Speaking of good humans, Joey is the best of the best and one of our favorite people to ever pour a brew.”
“The beer selection is fairly generous in both type and number of brews on tap, especially for the size of this place, and every single one is a winner. The environment is no-frills and outdoor-only but they have good shade on a hot day and patio heaters when it's cold, and there's always a game on TV.”
“Another great thing about this spot is the incredible food vendor lineup it has attracted to Escondido, which has really been lacking in that department for a long time.”
“This little beer spot is off of a main industrial road in Escondido. They've got high tops and low tables and TONS of puppos to ogle (it's a dog friendly establishment). It's got the feel of a food shack off the side of the road because you walk up to the "building" and order there. The beers were delicious and vast in their types. I'll be back!”