Free Drinks at Virgil’s Sea Room on Thursday!

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The fine folks at Virgil’s Sea Room are rolling out their new summer menu and they wan’t YOU to come give it a try.

Here are all the details:

Date: Thursday, June 7th
Time: 6pm-9pm
Location: Virgil’s Sea Room (3152 Mission Street)

Please join us on the patio and Enjoy FREE SAMPLES of our summer cocktails like the Spicy Watermelon Margarita (made with fresh watermelon juice and jalapeno tincture) and the Apiary (with house infused Apricot Absolut vodka). We would love to see you there! All are welcome!

Here’s what you have to look forward to!

Herradura blanco, fresh watermelon juice, fresh lime, agave, jalapeno tincture, basil

House infused Apricot Absolut vodka, St. Germain, fresh lemon, honey

Old Forester bourbon, orange juice, fresh lemon, Small Hand’s Grenadine

Vida mezcal, Small Hand’s passion fruit syrup, fresh lemon, salt

Sailor Jerry, coconut cream, orange juice, pineapple juice, fresh-ground nutmeg


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