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#64 Elixir (San Francisco, California)

One of the pioneers in the return of cocktail culture, Elixiris a neighborhood saloon in San Francisco that serves a substantial collection of spirits at its late-19th-century mahogany bar. The handsomely decorated space includes Victorian lighting fixtures; a collection of antique cocktail and bartending tools, photos, and bottles; and memorabilia from the neighborhood and the California bar’s past. There are more than 350 individual bottles of whiskey, half American, half imported; 15 rotating taps of beer; and a rare tequila collection. Try classic cocktails like the San Francisco original, Pisco Punch (Barsol Pisco Quebranta, Small Hand Foods pineapple gum syrup, and lemon juice, shaken and served short and over fresh ice) and classic whiskey cocktails like the Rusty Nail (Old Pulteney 12-year single malt scotch and Stroma Single Malt Liqueur, built short and over ice with a lemon twist). (Jennifer C P./Yelp)


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