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Brooke Arthur

  1. Bar Shuffles
    Brooke Arthur Steps Away the Bar at Wo Hing
  2. Foodievents
    Wo Hing to Host Drag Queen Dim Sum Sunday TeaSunday, May 20, is the day.
  3. Booze You Can Use
    What to Drink on the New Drink Menu at Wo Hing General StoreIt’s the first substantial revision of the list since opening, and now includes spritzers.
  4. The Booze Chain
    The San Francisco Booze Chain: Vol. 1The first in series! Just like the Food Chain, only with booze!
  5. Booze You Can Use
    Brooke Arthur, Bar Manager of Charles Phan’s New Restaurant
  6. Celebrity Settings
    Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson Dine at Waterbar; Gwyneth Paltrow Gives Brooke ArthurPaltrow calls Arthur one of her favorite mixologists.
  7. Booze You Can Use
    The Rye Shortage Is Upon Us: Nation’s Bartenders Battle for RemainingIt takes four years to age a decent rye, and whiskey producers didn’t react fast enough when the stuff came back into fashion.
  8. Booze You Can Use
    As With Wines, a Wave of Lower Alcohol Cocktails Sweeps S.F.More bartenders are building drinks around sherry and vermouth, even though they have full liquor licenses.
  9. Booze You Can Use
    What to Drink at Prospect, Opening Next WeekTake a look at the cocktail menu at the new restaurant from the Boulevard team, opening next week.
  10. Neighborhood Watch
    Thermidor Is a Couple Weeks Off, Prospects for Prospect Are Good, and MoreThermidor is aiming for mid-May; Prospect is set for June opening;
  11. Neighborhood Watch
    Daniel Patterson to Open Plum in Oakland, Brooke Arthur Leaves Range, and MoreThe Coi team opens what will the second of a trio of restaurants near the Fox Theater; Brooke Arthur moves over to Prospect; Aicha replaces De Afghan.
  12. Booze You Can Use
    Bartenders Debate Whether Vodka Deserves Their HatePeople still love their vodka, but many local bartenders have been trying mightily to make them stop.
  13. Booze You Can Use
    Local Mixologists Debate the Dos and Don’ts of Cocktail PairingWhether it’s a champagne-based cocktail or pairing bourbon with pork belly, bartenders disagree about when and where to mix booze and food.