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Fifth Floor – Get a burger, bourbon & beer for $25

Fifth Floor – Get a burger, bourbon & beer for $25

Despite the recent popularity of Meatless Mondays, San Francisco is still a burger lovers dream. In the past five years I have tried no less than 150 burgers in our mini urban sprawl. Put a slab of meat between any type of carbohydrate and I am…

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SF’s Happiest Hour: The Taco Shop @ Underdog’s

SF’s Happiest Hour: The Taco Shop @ Underdog’s

Tacos. Tuesday. They were meant for each other. Many places around the city recognize this fine, upstanding culinary tradition.

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Beer Review: Abita SOS Charity Pilsner

Beer Review: Abita SOS Charity Pilsner

Abita’s SOS Charity Pilsner pours a gorgeous golden straw color and finishes with a smooth, silky head. This style comes out particularly sweet with hints of lemon, white grape and honey, with a thicker mouth feel than traditional crisper, hoppier Pilsners but lighter than the…

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Iconic Eagle Tavern Reportedly to Close

Iconic Eagle Tavern Reportedly to Close

The Eagle, a historic SoMa gay bar, is planning to shut down operations on April 29, that according to SFist.

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Moscow Mule – Sip up at these SF spots

Moscow Mule – Sip up at these SF spots

Let me tell you a little bit about my favorite drink of choice — The Moscow Mule. The first time I tasted this libation was after a full-contact game of powder puff (more like full tackle) football.  It was one of those rare hot and…

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SF Vintner’s Market this weekend in Fort Mason

SF Vintner’s Market this weekend in Fort Mason

Daylight savings is upon us, the sun is shining and the only thing that can make the upcoming weekend any more appealing is the fact that it is SF Vintner’s Market in Fort Mason.  Think of it as the classier version of Oktoberfest, minus the…

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Brew Review: Hop Crisis

Brew Review: Hop Crisis

Today I’m starting off the new column of weekly beer reviews with my thoughts on Hop Crisis from 21st Amendment Brewery. This one’s sure to get you thirsty!

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A Winning Combo: Great Food & Drinks

A Winning Combo: Great Food & Drinks

It’s easy to find a place with spectacular food. It’s also never a problem to discover a spot with kick-butt cocktails. A joint that’s perfected both, however, is a bit harder to find.

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Wilson & Wilson: Private Detective Agency cum Bar

Wilson & Wilson: Private Detective Agency cum Bar

Fans of Bourbon and Branch are about to get even punchier (or is it drunker?). The bar is launching Wilson & Wilson next week, a niche bar within the actual environs of Bourbon and Branch that operates its own reservations line and only serves prix-fixe…

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The Punchdown – natural wine bar hits Oakland

The Punchdown – natural wine bar hits Oakland

Inspired by trips to Europe and a desire to share the story behind wine with patrons, partners Lisa Costa and D.C. Looney opened The Punchdown at end of 2010, hailing it a “ natural wine bar.”

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Farmers Market Happy Hour Series Returns

Farmers Market Happy Hour Series Returns

The Center for Urban Education About Sustainable Agriculture (CUESA) and the Northern California Chapter of the United States Bartenders Guild (USBG) are kicking off their annual Happy Hour series at the Ferry Building on Wednesday night.

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Non-Alcoholic Cocktails on the Rise

Non-Alcoholic Cocktails on the Rise

Good news for those who abstain from alcohol and ladies who are pregnant or nursing – non-alcoholic cocktails are gaining popularity. Maybe now the bartender won’t look at you like you have two heads when you request something sans liquor.

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