Image Courtesy of OurOakland It’s time for you to make a field trip to the East Bay to check out the Kingfish. (Or, if you already live in the East Bay, see what your area has to offer.) You’ll find it’s worth making the trip across the Bay. The Kingfish
My favorite thing about the logo is that the look on the goat’s face says, “I’m really sorry I fucked up, but you and I both knew this was gonna happen.” I recently started working at a cool new bar near Union Square called the Golden Gate Tap Room. There’s
This week, I am the lucky broke-ass who gets to house-sit my cousin’s awesome bay front condo in Marin. It’s it Larkspur to be exact. Larkspur is cute and quaint – and full of wealthy people who can afford to sit outside at posh restaurants on the patio whilst the
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Our own Bobby Rich recently wrote on the seemingly awesome Chelsea-based Blarney Stone. There appears to be one of these joints in nearly every town of decent size, and for good reason. The San Francisco-based Blarney Stone is a fine Irish pub. The spacious interior and plentiful seating make it
Lookin’ for a real cool joint that offers cheap booze and hot licks on the jukebox? The Hotsy Totsy Club in Albany is your bar! I know what you’re thinking: “Where the hell is Albany?” Well it’s smack dab next to Berkeley, just down San Pablo, and believe me, it’s worth the trip.
I don’t know who Nancy is, but I like her style. Nancy’s Whiskey Pub is one of the few, if not only, dive bars in the Soho/Tribeca area. (Their Web site even reminds you that they’ve been there since before it was “Tribeca.” While most places nearby have fancy fruit-oil-infused
The Whiskey Brooklyn, which just opened this past August, is modeled after its two brother bars, The Whiskey Tavern in Chinatown and Whiskey Town in the East Village. Not surprisingly, they offer a wide selection of Scotch, Bourbon, and whiskey divided by provenance, including (for relaxing times) Japan’s own Suntory