Brisket? Roast Beef? Turkey? Buffalo Stew? Killer Horseradish and Housemade Pickles? If you want that and more plus a hundred import and domestic beers for less than it costs for a latté these days, Tommy's Joynt in San Francisco is the place to hang! Run by Susie Katzman and her sons Sam and Zach, this 64 year-old is showing no signs of slowing down.
Showcasing the finest wines (and beers) from California, San Francisco's Press Club aims for the perfect pairing every time. Billy had the chance to sample these perfect pairings while chatting with Press Club owner and founder Andy Chun as well as wine director Jonnie Richardson.
Absinthe Brasserie and Bar in San Francisco has stood out since opening thirteen years ago. Chef Adam Keough's menu based in simple and elegant French classics is supported by an incredible bar program. Their aim is to please whether you come in a party of six looking fir a dining experience or just drop by alone and pull up a stool for a quick bite.
Bryan Ranere creates cocktails at Foreign Cinema in San Francisco that are inspired by the classics; classic films that is. After a cocktail, guests can sit and enjoy a delicious meal created by Gayle Pirie and John Clark and watch a classic film. Experiencing a great film while dining on great food, what could be better?
Enrique Sanchez has been making Pisco Sours since the age of 14. Doing quick math, that means he rivals McDonald's in number of product served. Behind the bar at La Mar Cebicheria in San Francisco, Enrique and his staff churn out thousands of Pisco Sours every night. Followed by some delicious ceviche, there could be not better way to experience the essence of Peruvian gastronomy without having to leave the United States. Enrique was Hanging with Harris.