Booze

14 Nov 2017

SFCentric History: Popular Cocktails and Spirits of San Francisco in the 1800’s

We all have ideas in our minds of what the Gold Rush years were like, and what blossomed from that. No doubt, our thoughts–and the actual history–involve a lot of alcohol. In fact, in 1852, San Francisco had 350 bar rooms, and in 1853, 537 places in the city were serving alcohol. Ever wondered what exactly San Franciscans were sipping on in the 1800s? If so, read on.

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13 Oct 2017

How To Stop Drinking….Temporarily

By Rachel Fogletto There are hundreds of articles out there for folks who are trying to stop drinking forever. But many of us fall into another category. What do you do when you’re a functional drinker who has all of a sudden had to stop consuming booze due to abrupt

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17 Aug 2017

Keepin’ It Cool In Oakland – Once Summer Gets Here in September

Summer is not in August in the Bay Area. But when summer DOES come, and it’s hot out, there are lots of awesome places to stay cool.

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19 Apr 2017

Tiki Bars of San Francisco: Paradises and Deep Dives

OFF MENU IS SPONSORED BY EMPEROR NORTON’S BOOZELAND THE TENDERLOIN’S NEWEST HISTORIC DIVE.  HAPPY HOUR NOON – 7PM The first time I went to a Tiki Bar, I didn’t expect to love it, but I did. I loved it A LOT. I tend to like experiences and things that aren’t about taking yourself

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31 Jan 2017

We wanna send you and a friend to a SF Beer Week Event!

Whether you’re single, attached, or “complicated” this Valentine’s Day, beer and INFORUM will always love you back, so spend the evening with us! Join leaders from top San Francisco breweries—including Fort Point Beer Company, Magnolia Brewing Company, Anchor Brewing and Local Brewing—for a conversation about beer and why it’s great

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31 Jan 2017

The Best Anti-Nazi Themed Cocktails

Created by Bartenders against Nazi’s, inspired by neo-fascist Richard B. Spencer getting punched in the face

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07 Nov 2016

Taking a Time Machine to 1920’s San Francisco

On the edges of Chinatown and North Beach there’s a basement gin joint that takes a secret pass code to enter. Once past the fake door of the sham clock repair shop, you find yourself inside a gambling den and cabaret that’s been filled to the brim with bathtub hooch. Outside, Prohibition has cleaned the streets but you’re a member of the 1930s social elite — low on morals and high on strong cocktails.

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