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First Look: Charles Phan’s The Coachman

First Look: Charles Phan’s The Coachman

Quietly shuttering Heaven’s Dog bar and restaurant for renovations in late 2012, Charles Phan and The Slanted Door group have reinvented the 4,200-square-foot SoMa space at 1148 Mission Street as the Coachman—a British-inspired gastropub with a meat-heavy savory menu, vintage cocktails and enough scotch and sherry to keep serious aficionados happy.

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Cocktails for a Cause

Cocktails for a Cause

Some of the Bay Area’s best bars are coming together for a terrific cause.

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Something Old and Something New with Trevor Easter

Something Old and Something New with Trevor Easter

Bartenders can find inspiration from anything. And Trevor Easter at Heaven’s Dog has continued the long tradition at the restaurant, relying on the classic book “The Gentlemen’s Companion: Around the World with Jigger, Beaker and Glass” by Charles H. Baker for creating his diverse cocktail…

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Bay Area Cocktail Scene Represented at Spirited Awards

Bay Area Cocktail Scene Represented at Spirited Awards

The 6th annual Spirited Awards, which recognizes the best bars, bartenders, writers, experts and more, has announced its list of finalists this year, with winners to be announced at the Tales of the Cocktail event in New Orleans in July.

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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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