4901 Telegraph Ave, Oakland, CA 94609
Southeast Asian chicken house featuring a wide selection of local beers, artisan spirits and creative craft cocktails.
Let the Schwarz-Bier With You
Old Kan Dark Schwarzbier, OSCO "Tradewinds" assam tea & masala spice infused brandy
The Schwarz definitely biers with Adam over at Old Kan, who keeps making fantastic brews just a balanced and clean as they are flavorful. A great nightcap option. No helmet required!
OSCO uptown dry gin, St George pear brandy, house passionfruit cordial, brut cava, orange bitters, local rosemary
A perfect toast to the Oaktown guys over at OSCO, who keep bringing such unique flavors to the market, celebrating here with the signature pear eau-de-vie from our friends across the channel at St George.
Salt of the Earth
OSCO Automatic sea gin, dry vermouth, cucumber, lime, pineapple shrub, soda, mint
Here in Oakland, we may be the salt of the earth, but OSCO created magic with locally sourced nori that make us soar above the clouds like any old hawk.
Shiso Fine - $9
OSCO Glasshouse shiso infused white brandy, Federation "In the Weeds" ipa, fresh lemon & grapefruit juices, ginger syrup, peychauds bitters
When a local company hits a home run like OSCO does with this unique brandy expression, you've just gotta shandy it, cuz....shiso fine!
Home Base 16 month bourbon, house spiced cherry brandy liqueur, Ancho Reyes, organic egg white, fresh lemon, house persimmon bitters
The local gals who founded Oakland's own Home Base Spirits dove into the cutthroat whiskey business like the A's dove into steal home base a few years back during a crazy wild card clinching game.
Wright & Wrong
Wright & Brown blackstrap rum, Nux Alpina nocino, house lemongrass falernum, fresh lime, Barkeep Chinese bitters, cinnamon
In Oakland, the home of the awe-inspiring Mai Tai, it seems only appropriate to use a rum from Oakland's first post-prohibition whiskey distillery in a richly layered cocktail combining tiki sensibilities while incorporating Asian influences that reflect Oakland's multicultural mix. I don't think we've got it Wrong...