The Beehive

Mezcal Fondue, Tang Slushies and Strong '60s Vibes in the Mission

The Beehive Is Really Something Else

By Joe Starkey ·
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When you think "Beehive," you think of:

1) Beyoncé's fans.

2) Colonies.

3) A 1960s hairdo.

4) Probably Beyoncé again.

And soon to be added near the top of that list is, well, the Beehive. It's a new '60s-themed cocktail bar in the Mission from the team behind the Treasury, and it opens tonight looking like this.

It's sort of swanky in there. All mid-century-y, of course. It's got gold geometric walls (similar to a honeycomb) that pair oh so well with its gold cocktail shakers.

Speaking of those, you’ll want to peruse their menu that looks like it's straight out of a '60s magazine. The Gemini is a great place to start. Mostly because it's a slushie with Beehive Tang, vodka and Manzanilla. Then, perhaps segue into a Quimbara with Santa Teresa Rum, pink guava, Aperol and lime.

Soon, it'll be time for you and your group to retire to the back room—which you will have rented out—through its own private entrance. Just basically do your thing from there. Especially if your thing involves eating shrimp cocktail, Swedish meatballs and mezcal fondue.

Yes, we definitely just said mezcal fondue.

Joe Starkey

Joe Starkey is the tallest person in the room 90% of the time. He enjoys liquors that aren’t smoky, dive bars that are, and has a vague dread that someone, somewhere might be having more fun than him.


The Beehive
842 Valencia St
(between 19th and 20th)
San Francisco, CA, 94110


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