Yes, there will be much pig, and rum.
... and it won't be a gay bar anymore.
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They'll be keeping the big horseshoe bar right where it is.
The historic Telephone and Telegraph Building, later owned by AT&T, will have both Aziza and Whiteside Company on the ground floor.
The new owners come from 83 Proof.
The edge-of-campus bar is getting a new liquor license.
That's a steal! Get it!?
The man behind it is Roland Robles of Fivetenburger, and they're aiming for spring.
Remember all that brouhaha surrounding the Gold Dust Lounge getting evicted from their long-inhabited space on Union Square? Well, as earlier reported, the bar found a new location at 165 Jefferson Street, at Fisherman's Wharf, and now they've revealed a...
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The bar that Chris Daly took over in late 2010 is closing on Halloween.
We mentioned last week that Thomas Keller's Ad Hoc had launched a cocktail program, and now Serious Eats brings us a slideshow of the six-item drink list. The Ad Hoc team is combining carefully chosen spirits, housemade syrups, and classic...
It's now just called 1772 Market Street.
The hometown girl returns.
It's named for a Russian boxer in 'Mike Tyson's Punch-Out' for 80s-era Nintendo.
It's available for private events, and therefore not always open to the public.
And there will be house-made tinctures.