Butter, togarashi. $5
Liholiho Yacht Club, San Francisco CA
This popcorn was SO much better than the popcorn at Pink Zebra. It tasted great and I loved the Japanese flavors.
Pineapple Peat: Great King St. Glasgow blend, Martaletti vermouth, pineapple, lemon. $11
Blue corn masa, avocado puree and habanero crema. $11
Lolo, San Francisco CA
These were very cool and different. I thought that the squid ink in the sope was too overpowering though. I like squid ink, but they must have added A LOT of it into the masa. Otherwise, I thought it was a fun dish.
Lagunitas IPA. $6
Sangria: pinot noir, vodka, poppy liqueur, cardamom, served on the rocks. $11
Tamal de pollo served with baguette slices. $3.75
Balompie Cafe #3, San Francisco CA
I really liked the soft texture of the tamal, but I was really confused by the dry pieces of bread that came with it. The tamal was very flavorful and super cheap too, yay!
Tequila, lime, agave, grapefruit, seltzer. $10
Laszlo, San Francisco CA
Came here for happy hour after work and I really liked the vibe of the bar. It was very relaxed and felt hip and cool. The bartender was also friendly and provided great service.
Smuggler’s Bowl: spiced and dark rum, brandy, fresh orange and lime juices, local handmade orgeat. Happy hour $15
Tonga Room, San Francisco CA
Came here after work for happy hour and had a blast! The Tonga Room is a historical bar in San Francisco and I finally made it after SO many years of living in this wonderful city. The service can be bit hard to get a hold of since the place was packed from the get-go, but the drinks were yummy and you can’t beat the cheesy tiki atmosphere. And they have random rainstorms for goodness sake!
Zombie: blend of three rums, fresh lemon, lime, pineapple and passion fruit juices plus Angostura bitters. Happy hour $9
Mai Tai: blend of rums from Trinidad and Jamaica, curacao, local handmade orgeat and fresh lime juice. Happy hour $9
The Tonga Room.
Vodka, soda, splash of cranberry juice. Happy hour, 2 for $6
Toad Hall, San Francisco CA
Happy hour in the Castro and really get you “happy”, lol! The drinks are strong and they’re super cheap so drink responsibly. :)
Sea scallops, clams, true cod, spinach, hen of the woods, radicchio. $29
Foreign Cinema, San Francisco CA
Mmm, this was delicious! The seafood was cooked perfectly and the risotto had a great texture and flavor. Noms!
Felix Leiter’s Proposal: Rittenhouse rye, absinthe rinse, Peychaud’s and Angostura bitters. $13