From Gold Rush To The Cocktail Boom

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From Gold Rush To The Cocktail Boom

Postby spanky1 » March 6th 2018, 2:35pm

““More than any other American city, San Francisco was built around its saloons. They were its meeting houses, its civic centers, its museums, reading rooms and concert halls.”

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Re: From Gold Rush To The Cocktail Boom

Postby catnap » March 8th 2018, 5:24am

The one place I wish I’d visited in SF was the Tonga Room.
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Re: From Gold Rush To The Cocktail Boom

Postby Falstaff » March 8th 2018, 7:27am

The original Trader Vic's
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Re: From Gold Rush To The Cocktail Boom

Postby svaglic » March 8th 2018, 7:51am

The center of shanghaiing too.
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Re: From Gold Rush To The Cocktail Boom

Postby TemerityB » March 8th 2018, 7:54am

catnap wrote:The one place I wish I’d visited in SF was the Tonga Room.


What, no Mitchell Brothers O'Farrell? :wink:
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Re: From Gold Rush To The Cocktail Boom

Postby catnap » March 8th 2018, 8:51am

TemerityB wrote:
catnap wrote:The one place I wish I’d visited in SF was the Tonga Room.


What, no Mitchell Brothers O'Farrell? :wink:

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Re: From Gold Rush To The Cocktail Boom

Postby foghorn » March 8th 2018, 12:11pm

Falstaff wrote:The original Trader Vic's



I saw a werewolf drinking Pina Coladas there once. His hair was perfect.
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Why, he's no fun, he fell right over.
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Re: From Gold Rush To The Cocktail Boom

Postby Wasp » March 8th 2018, 12:13pm

Shame the homeless issue exploded, on second thought... Sessions is in error. he should pay freight to any illegals that want to move to SF.
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Re: From Gold Rush To The Cocktail Boom

Postby bobbee » March 8th 2018, 12:46pm

foghorn wrote:
Falstaff wrote:The original Trader Vic's



I saw a werewolf drinking Pina Coladas there once. His hair was perfect.


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Re: From Gold Rush To The Cocktail Boom

Postby catnap » March 11th 2018, 5:32pm

Wasp wrote:Shame the homeless issue exploded, on second thought... Sessions is in error. he should pay freight to any illegals that want to move to SF.

The homeless issue blew my fucking mind
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