Credit Jenn Farrington
The Fourth Annual San Francisco Cocktail Week is September 21-27, and it's hosted by Barbary Coast Conservancy of the American Cocktail (BCCAC) which was founded in order to preserve the cultural heritage of saloons and their cocktails in San Francisco.
Of particular interest is the Cocktail Carnival Gala Co-Presented by The Bon Vivants is on Saturday, September 25 from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.
The historic Old Mint is the setting for San Fracisco Cocktail Week's Gala Event, a decadent Barbary Coast-Era Cocktail Carnival. Set to the backdrop of antique punch bowls, “carnival curiosities,” and the raucous horns of the renowned Brass Mafia, The Bon Vivants are joined by bartenders from Smuggler’s Cove, Elixir, Cantina, 15 Romolo, The Alembic - and star chefs Chris L’Hommedieu (Restaurant Michael Mina) and William Werner (Tell Tale Preserve Co.) - in presenting a darkly entertaining, delicious, and memorable evening. “Whimsical” attire is recommended.
$95 per person (Ticket includes punch, hors d’oeuvres and dessert)
Address: San Francisco’s Old Mint, 88 Fifth St. at Mission St.
Check out the full schedule and ticket information here.
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