Bruce Lee "Li Xiaolong/Lei Siu Lung" loved to drink tea, which inspired this cocktail and a tribute to him and his controversial fight match with Wong Jack Man in Oakland, 1964, in his martial arts studio, located by Oakland Tech. The Oakland school attracted cross-cultural, racial equity innovation to Bruce Lee, spreading his teachings to non-Asian students, which were denounced with traditional "gung fu" martial arts masters and teachers, ultimately setting up Lee's fight for the right to teach, making it his legacy to this day. Bruce Lee's favorite drink isn't just, "Waa-taaa!!! (water)
Dragon Gate Bar and Grille
Jack London Square
Side Show on E14
Hennessy V.S., Meyer lemon, south bay Dominican rum, Mexican naranja liqueur, Vietnamese mint, black lemon bitters
This cocktail is inspired by the Side shows that use to run rampant every weekend in the Town. From ghost riding, spinning donuts, to stomping the whip and just going hella hyphae this was the dope thing to do in the . This is a unique twist to a classic side car which in Oakland the brandy is always subbed by the Towns favorite spirit Hennessy.