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Tay Ho Oakland Restaurant & Bar
Japanese whiskey, fig & thyme syrup, lemon, organic egg white
Tay Ho’s location is considered the gateway to Oakland Chinatown. Tequila en Fuego Tequila, house made raspberry shrub, lime The vibrant tapestry of Oakland and its people. This cocktail is inspired by its diverse population.
Fox Theatre Smash
AlaMar Kitchen & Bar
Bird Dog maple whiskey, meyer lemon, falcon spirits amaro, balsamic fig shrub, cherry bark vanilla bitters, ginger beer
This cocktail is inspired by the Fox Theatre which is a landmark in this beautiful town. There's always a beautiful diverse crowd there from all walks of life and flavors. This cocktail blends cool eclectic flavors that give you sweet, tart, bitter and smokey flavors just like the different artists that play at the Fox.
Dragon Gate Bar and Grille
Jack London Square
Kavalan Taiwanese Whisky, Alessio Chinato, bitters
Celebrating the emerging, classic Taiwanese night market street food culture, in tea and snack shops and the nostalgic night-in-Taiwan (called Formosa in 1895) vibe of karaoke rooms, nightlife cuisine, & bar experience, in the growing and diverse Oakland community. Kavalan is pure Taiwan whisky, winning 'Best in Class' and 9 'Double Golds,' in World's Best Whisky awards & International Spirits Challenge. We are toasting to only the best in Oakland!
Hutch Bar & Kitchen
Wright & Brown Distilling Co. Rye, St. George Spirits Absinthe Angostura bitters sugar cube orange peel twist
The Oaktown Sazerac is inspired by one of the oldest American classic cocktails, showcasing 'Wright & Brown Distilling Co.,' Oakland's first distillery since Prohibition, and St. George Spirits, from the neighboring town of Alameda. The Oaktown Sazerac represents strength, grit and soul ....all that is Oakland!
Webster Street Boulevard
Heinold's First & Last Chance Saloon
Jack London Square
igh West Double Rye Whiskey, Casa Martelleti Vermouth Classico and St. George Distillery Bruto Americano, stirred not shaken over ice with an orange twist.
Non-French speakers cannot pronounce Boulevardier properly, and local distiller St. George's Bruto Americano beats out Campari every day of the week.