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Category Archives: Cocktails
What’s a wine flight, you ask? Several “tastes” of different wines, arranged by someone who probably knows more about wine then you (or me). It’s a great way to learn more about what you like. Think of is as a … Continue reading
Tommy’s Joint is famous and has been since the 40’s. They’ve served basically the same food since day one. Don’t look into it too deeply, just go. It’s fun, it’s cheap and filled with way too much “stuff” … on … Continue reading
Yes, it’s the last day of Negroni week, but don’t let that stop you from ordering this interesting, alive, bitter orange treat. Here’s the link about the “week”, just in case: Here’s a link to the event! I’m at the … Continue reading
One of the newest foodie havens just opened a few weeks ago – Wayfare Tavern. I went there with friends and everyone had a great meal. The upstairs bar was a lot of fun too. We had fun challenging the … Continue reading
I’ve been going to the Cliff House for over 60 years. Wow … I’m old!!! But I digress. I grew up in Pacific Grove, on the Monterey Peninsula, and I recall my parents getting dressed up to go to “the … Continue reading
The Starwood chain operates the W Hotels internationally and clearly it’s my favorite. (There’s another favorite, Leading Hotels, but they’re prices are a little stiff for my regular hotel diet.) The W chain seems to fit with my lifestyle. I … Continue reading
Tropisueño is not hard to find, but it’s a little hidden gem of Mexican paradise near the Jewish Museum and Bear Papa. They serve honest Mexican food, which is generally easy to find here in San Francisco, but usually it’s … Continue reading