You're no stranger to a random Monday night on the town, so you should feel right at home this Monday as the city's finest mix up a mean Peruvian brandy-fueled Pisco Punch and other Barbary Coast classics. Now that's how you kick off a week.
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SF Cocktail Week
Legend has it that martinis and pisco punch have San Francisco to thank for their creation (and staying power). So it stands to reason that the city would devote an entire week every year to all things cocktail. So, in consideration of your liver, we've narrowed the events down to a select few. Behold the list…<br /> <br /> See schedule <a href="http://sfcocktailweek.com/site/event-schedule">here</a>; get tickets <a href= "https://www.snagtickets.com/partner/?caseid=site&pid=6981">here</a>
You probably shouldn't ditch any school that involves a healthy study-hall of boozing—taste your way through some of the city's finest curated stash of cachaças, brandies and tequilas. Who knows, you might pick up a thing or two.
Globe trot around the world with drinks inspired by food-and-drink writer Charles Baker's pre-WWII voyages through Asia, like the absinthe-spiked Pan-American Clipper, with Shanghai Dumplings and Pork Belly Buns to keep you upright. They don't make 'em like they used to…
Not like you need a reason to drink, but one-of-a-kind cocktails created specifically for Friday's happy hour in celebration of World Cocktail Week (no, we didn't make that up) with proceeds going to the Museum of the American Cocktail (didn't make this up either), but there it is.
If you've done the week right, your tolerance might be at an all-time high, which means this bi-level cocktail bash doling out glasses of absinthe, signature cocktails and light apps will be just what you need…or it might put you over the edge—either way, it'll all come back around next year.