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Monday, November 30, 2009

Get Lit Like a Christmas Tree Wednesday at CUESA's Holiday Cocktail Night

Posted By on Mon, Nov 30, 2009 at 1:14 PM

Whatever it takes to ward off December's chill. - CUESA
  • Whatever it takes to ward off December's chill.
By mid-week, your liver should be ready for more cocktail action after the Thanksgiving weekend slog-fest. If so, consider checking out Wednesday's Farmers' Market Holiday Cocktail Night, put on by CUESA and the local chapter of the United States Bartenders Guild, 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Ferry Building. CUESA and USBG's last produce-centric cocktail night back in August offered up a winning combination of intestinal fiber and boozy socializing, and there's no reason to doubt the winter version on Dec. 2 won't do the same. For the $30 ticket price, you're promised two full-size cocktails made with early winter produce and Jim Beam bourbon (the sponsor), as well as some probably delicious bites of food from Butterfly, 15 Romolo, and Laiola's Tacolicious. You'll be able to score sample tastes of eight other drinks, mixed up by bartenders from 15 Romolo, Rickhouse, Bourbon & Branch, Butterfly, Lingba, Sauce, Jardinière, La Mar, Rose Pistola, and Seasons Bar at the Four Seasons.

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