The Mix bartender says SF could be doing more to help during pandemic
A pleasant cheat day at Castello di Amorosa in Napa Valley
I seemingly forgot the potential severity of being around strangers
I watch people dine on patios without face masks, sitting less than six feet apart.
Since beginning this column, I’ve joked a lot about how much my…
San Francisco residents weigh in
Bartenders share their thoughts on the outlook for their venues in the months ahead.
Here are some Pride-themed cocktails I asked friends in nightlife to mix up for me
Yes, okay? I buy tacky wine.
Besides having a drink while in coronavirus stay-at-home mode, you can virtually tip the creators and support your local bars
‘I feel really fortunate to do what I love and to be able to live off of it’
‘What I enjoy about this bar is you can have an Irish construction worker sitting next to a drag queen, and everyone is happy and fine.’
Out on the corner of Kearny Street and Columbus Avenue is Café Zoetrope, a brightly-colored restaurant and bar
Like many people, my first time drinking alcohol didn’t go well.
“We felt the neighborhood could use a bar that wasn’t a dive bar that could appeal to a younger crowd.”