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Monday, December 29, 2008

New York Times Salutes Our Spirited Culture

Posted By on Mon, Dec 29, 2008 at 8:00 AM

(Alembic photo by Heidi Schumann via New York Times)

Yesterday's New York Times weaves a magical tale of our spirited culture with Gregory Dicum's "In San Francisco Bars, a Cocktail Is Not Just a Drink," which profiles The Alembic (1725 Haight), Beretta (1199 Valencia), Bourbon and Branch (501 Jones), and Clock Bar (335 Powell) and also makes mention of Anchor Distillery, Distillery No. 209 (Pier 50) and retail store Cask (17 3rd St). Now is as good a time as any to frequent these places and appreciate that they've been shown respect by such an esteemed source; sometimes it takes an outsider to remind us what we've got. Don't forget to tip your bartender or mixologist well. -- Tamara Palmer

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