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Friday, January 27, 2012

San Francisco's Top 10 Cocktail Bars

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Smugglers' Cove.
  • Smugglers' Cove.

2. Smuggler's Cove, 650 Gough (at McAllister).

Step into Smuggler's Cove, with its décor of bamboo, fishing nets, and even a waterfall, and you can't help but smile. The fun factor is a huge draw, but owner Martin Cate's drink list, which combines classic tiki drinks with new creations, is what keeps people coming back. So does one of the best rum collections around, with over 300 bottles. Veteran bartenders will make sure that your flaming Top Notch Volcano (demerara rum, lime, pineapple, passion fruit, Maraschino liqueur, cinnamon) will appease both you and Pele.

Jasper's Corner Tap - LOU BUSTAMANTE
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  • Jasper's Corner Tap

1. Jasper's Corner Tap, 401 Taylor (at O'Farrell).

Even though it's a relative newcomer, the perfect combination of great cocktails, casual atmosphere, and a team of talented bartenders make Jasper's Corner Tap San Francisco's top cocktail spot. The bar showcases both beer and spirits in many of its cocktails; and drinks like the haunting Black Cross (black-tea-infused Smith & Cross Rum, Dubonnet Rouge, Belle de Brillet, bitters) maintains an ideal mix of interesting and delicious.

Lou Bustamante tweets at @thevillagedrunk. Follow SFoodie at @sfoodie, and like us on Facebook.

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