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Calder Tani’s Rad New Art Show has Paintings of the Drinks You Will Actually be Drinking

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Calder-Tani

This art show sounds alluring in both tour eyes and your mouth. I’m tired so I’m just gonna copy and paste this shit:

“REPEALED” art show – classic cocktail recipes on canvas by Calder Tani.

Showcasing his mastery of color and typography, Calder Tani’s paintings will each, feature a different classic Prohibition-era cocktail recipe – all of which will come to life through the actual drinks, which will be served during the event.

An experienced bartender himself (Fino, Farallon, Dosa, and currently Slanted Door), the artist marries his love of art and libations for the first time in this perfect setting: James Beard award-winning chef Charles Phan’s (Slanted Door) new restaurant The Coachman (formerly Heaven’s Dog).

The Coachman – 1148 Mission St in San Francisco
Sunday June 22nd, 2014
5:30-10:30pm FREE

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