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This cozy Castro newcomer is the talk of the town with charming decor and Melissa Perello's creative yet refined take on California cuisine. In a tradition that began with the pop-up, every diner is welcomed with a glass of Krug Champagne. Saison wine director Mark Bright rapidly built the list from 875 wines to more than 3,000 choices."My husband and I like this class because it's only 45 minutes and all the exercises are done in pairs.It's fun to do something other than eat a meal together and we always end up cracking up because we look ridiculous doing many of the exercises!We will also donate of a Napa wine flight to The Napa Valley Community Foundation Disaster Relief Fund and from the Oh, I’ve Seen Fire and I’ve Seen Rain cocktail to the Sonoma County Resilience Fund.Inspired by these winemakers and wines, our a la carte menu draws inspiration from the life-force of the rarest and most delicious Beaujolais we could get our hands on.You can regale your date with stories about the Beat Generation and City Lights bookstore next door (better yet, go there first before the bar).Be sure to go upstairs to one of Vesuvio’s corner booths, order a rum-and-tequila drink called the Jack Kerouac, and soak in the eclectic crowd below you.
San Francisco Chronicle food critic Michael Bauer reviewed this bar in May and called its cocktails "some of the best in the city." The most popular cocktail is the "Barkeep's Whimsy," a constantly changing drink based on the bartender's mood. This bar operated as a speakeasy during the Prohibition era and still maintains that secretive vibe today.
You'll need to make a reservation to get the password to get in.
Guests are also expected to follow the "house rules."You can expect to find this Mission District bar's patio packed with people on a sunny day in San Francisco.
The cocktails are pricier at (with a 20% gratuity tacked on), but they don’t disappoint.
The simple concept of Dogwood Bar in Uptown involves smart cocktails and a grilled cheese station in the back. The bar, with a mixture of intimate tables for two and larger spots for groups, feels like a great place for a couple in the mood to go out and chat with a few friendly strangers.
This new Tenderloin jazz lounge, attached to the restaurant Cadence, does the trick nicely.