Despite all the talk about embargoing new restaurants on the Valencia corridor, the furious restaurant-opening days in the Mission continue. The first is the much-anticipated debut of Trick Dog, a new bar from Josh Harris and Scott Baird of the Bon Vivants (3010 20th). The whole concept sounds very, ... More >>
Cocktail Week kicks off tonight and it promises to be quite a boozy weeklong celebration. Bartenders from around the country will share the spotlight with hometown favorites and locally made spirits. We'll be bringing you the latest updates throughout the week, with our picks for the best of each n ... More >>
As much as people like to complain about the eccentricities of the craft cocktail bar -- the cost, the obscure and geeky ingredients, the wait times -- I find it hard to tease out the inconveniences from the allure. The theatrics are there to entertain as much as deliver carefully made beverages. Do ... More >>
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