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Bergerac Hits SoMa with Craft Cocktails, International Cuisine

Bergerac Hits SoMa with Craft Cocktails, International Cuisine

The team behind the recently opened nightclub Audio Discotech is set to launch the second project in that South of Market space, with the opening of Bergerac, a craft cocktail bar serving dynamic international cuisine. Previous Coverage: A look at Audio Discotech The bar program is…

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Fundraiser to be Held for Rickhouse Bartender

Fundraiser to be Held for Rickhouse Bartender

His bar compatriots are throwing a fundraiser at Tradition Bar on Sunday, as he continues his recovery from cancer.

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Bottom’s Up: The Beer Hall Brings Craft Brew to Mid-Market

Bottom’s Up: The Beer Hall Brings Craft Brew to Mid-Market

The Bay Area is experiencing a true explosion in craft beers, with several breweries, beer gardens and beer bars all opening in just the past few months. One of the newest spots in San Francisco is the Beer Hall, part of the revitalization of San Francisco’s Mid-Market area.

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Photos: Bottom’s Up at Speakeasy’s 16th Anniversary Party

Photos: Bottom’s Up at Speakeasy’s 16th Anniversary Party

San Francisco brewery Speakeasy Ales and Lagers celebrated 16 years in the brew business with a day party on Saturday featuring food vendors, live music and lots of drink options. Photos by SF Station photographer Gabriella Gamboa. View the complete gallery.

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Speakeasy Celebrates 16th Anniversary with Huge Block Party

Speakeasy Celebrates 16th Anniversary with Huge Block Party

Call it a Sweet 16 of sorts as San Francisco’s very own Speakeasy Ales & Lagers, which is celebrating a birthday on Saturday with an afternoon block party.

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Bartenders Face Off at the 3rd Annual Scala’s Bloody Mary Battle This Weekend

Bartenders Face Off at the 3rd Annual Scala’s Bloody Mary Battle This Weekend

For those who prefer Bloody Mary’s over Mimosa/Champagne drinks for Sunday bunch, Sunday at Scala’s Bistro is all for you.

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Noir Lounge Announces September Film Screening Schedule

Noir Lounge Announces September Film Screening Schedule

Hayes Valley’s Noir Lounge has unveiled its September scheduled of film noir screenings. Unlike most nights at the Hayes Valley dining spot, which constantly runs the films of Hollywood’s Golden Age, these screenings will feature full sound. Brian Cassanegro, owner of Noir Lounge, handpicks his…

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Anchor Brewing to Offer Unique 12-Pack

Anchor Brewing to Offer Unique 12-Pack

Starting in September, San Francisco’s famed Anchor Brewing will be offering a new 12-pack called Craft Originals, featuring four different beers.

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Happy Hour: A Happy Ending at the Royal Tug Yacht Club

Happy Hour: A Happy Ending at the Royal Tug Yacht Club

With a name that could create some confusion at a few shady massage parlors nearby, Royal Tug Yacht Club (est. 2069) recently made its debut in the Tendornob. The small space opened about a month ago on the corner at Bush St. at Taylor St.,…

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Polk Street Bar Bigfoot Lodge to Close, Reopen as ‘Cabin’

Polk Street Bar Bigfoot Lodge to Close, Reopen as ‘Cabin’

The space housing Bigfoot Lodge, a staple for years on the Polk Street bar strip, is getting a makeover starting next week with a new owner and new name.

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Team Behind Big Has a New Name and Space – Odd Job in Mid-Market

Team Behind Big Has a New Name and Space – Odd Job in Mid-Market

Well that was fast!! Just as the bar Big closed its doors last week with an all day party at its location on Post Street, the team has announced plans for its new location, this time in Mid-Market on Mission Street in the old Shine…

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Strawberry Cocktails Make Their Way to Menus

Strawberry Cocktails Make Their Way to Menus

One of the best parts of the spring and summer season in the Bay Area is the amazing bounty that makes its way to local farmers markets.

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