Spa collins: gin, basil, mint, cucumber, orange, citrus, ginger beer. $11 Chambers Eat and Drink, San Francisco CA
I loved brunch cocktails, especially when they’re expertly made. These cocktails were ok. The Spa Collins was on the tart side and the Bloody Mary was on the bland side. I did really enjoy the Lucky Lemonade though!
Lucky lemonade: bourbon and house made lemonade. $8
Bloody mary: the traditional favorite made with house sambal and vodka. $9
It was our first time here at RN74, and it’s super cute! I loved the old school train station board that lists the wine prices every hour or so. The service was great, but we were seating in a tight row of 2-tops so Silverfox got a little annoyed and claustrophobic. We tried a few of their cocktails and they were pretty good! RN74, San Francisco
Pimm’s 74 – housemade Pimms, campari, ginger beer, prosecco. $10
This came in a huge wine glass and it was fun and fruity tasting!
Manhattan with Maker’s Mark bourbon, vermouth. $10
Frisco Fizz – rum, port, lemon, egg white, seltzer. $10
This was very interesting. It tasted dark, rich, and slightly sweet.
Tom Collins: Gordon’s gin, lemon, simple syrup, soda, garnished with lemon slice and cherry. $6 happy hour
Dark & Stormy: Coruba dark rum, bundaberg ginger beer, lime juice, garnished with lime slice. $6 happy hour Hog & Rocks, San Francisco
Have I ever mentioned that I love happy hour, lol! These drinks were particularly delicious, and even more so at the discounted prices. The Tom Collins was refreshing and light while the Dark & Stormy was dark and had a great ginger flavor. I also love it when drinks are served tall (they last longer)!