Hard Rock Cafe San Diego

+1-619-615-7625
801 4th Ave. San Diego, CA 92101
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Hours of Operation

Restaurant Hours:

Sun - Thu 11:00AM - 10:00PM
Fri - Sat 11:00AM - 11:00PM

Bar Hours:

Sun - Thu 11:00AM - 10:00PM
Fri - Sat 11:00AM - 11:00PM

Happy Hour: Mon - Fri 3:00PM - 6:00PM & Fridays 9pm - 11pm 

ROCK SHOP® HOURS:

Sun - Thu 11:00AM - 10:00PM
Fri & Sat 11:00AM - 11:00PM

Hard Rock Cafe San Diego Memorabilia

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Nigel Pulsford

Fender Stratocaster

023668 NO DOUBT The rise of No Doubt and other nouveau-ska bands was quite a boon to horn players everywhere. Suddenly, the band geeks could get into cool rock groups. Imagine that! Steve Bradley set the bar pretty high for aspiring rock star trumpet players with this horn on No Doubt’s 1996–97 Tragic Kingdom world tour. Header: Steve Bradley Sub: Trumpet 023669 NO DOUBT Gwen is definitely a halter enthusiast. She wore this one during No Doubt’s 1996–97 Tragic Kingdom world tour. This tour changed Gwen’s life forever. She started the road trip as an up-and-coming rock singer, but she ended it as a worldwide superstar. Header: Gwen Stefani Sub: Halter Top 023637 BUSH The Fender custom shop made this Strat in 1998. I was lucky enough to receive a couple of free Strats from Fender at the time and I wanted a couple stage spares. This one was a little better and I ended up using it on The Science of Things (released in 1999) and for recording sessions at Mayfair Studios and Sarm East Studios towards the end of 1998. I subsequently used it on the tour of the States in 2000, which we did with Moby and also at Woodstock ’99 when we headlined the first night.– Nigel Pulsford

Gwen Stefani

Halter Top

Gwen is definitely a halter enthusiast. She wore this one during No Doubt’s 1996–97 Tragic Kingdom world tour. This tour changed Gwen’s life forever. She started the road trip as an up-and-coming rock singer, but she ended it as a worldwide superstar.

Mike Einziger

Gibson Les Paul Classic

"I used this Gibson Les Paul Classic on the recording of the Incubus song, Make a Move. The song appears in the movie Stealth as well as on the film’s soundtrack." – Mike Einziger

Steve Bradley

Trumpet

The rise of No Doubt and other nouveau-ska bands was quite a boon to horn players everywhere. Suddenly, the band geeks could get into cool rock groups. Imagine that! Steve Bradley set the bar pretty high for aspiring rock star trumpet players with this horn on No Doubt’s 1996–97 Tragic Kingdom world tour.

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