Cocktails in the City - San Francisco
Please note that due to space limitations we will ask a participation reconfirmation one day before the event!
About the venue
Originally opened in 1954 as Iron Horse Restaurant by famous Bay Area restaurateur Leo Giorgetti, it was one of the city's top dining and drinking spots for over 20 years, favored by celebrities and political figures, including Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr. and Liberace.
Marilyn Monroe and hometown baseball hero, Joe DiMaggio, had their wedding reception here. Thus, Iron Horse became the first-rate city destination for anyone hoping to see and be seen and we strive to keep this tradition nowadays.
They have created their craft menu based on classic heritage using the most recent mixology technics, such as barrel aging and slow drip infusions. At Iron Horse Cocktails you will find drinks that reflect any gourmet preferences and bartenders will be happy to create one for your own special taste.
21 members and guests from 5 cities attended
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