The weekend is finally here and it’s time to get your brunch on.
There’s no doubt that brunch is a way of life in San Francisco, and accompanying it with some adult beverages is the best way to kick it off. Whether you’re nursing a hangover and looking to keep the party going or just looking forward to getting social with your besties, San Francisco is one of the only acceptable cities in which one can booze it up before noon. We feel it is our personal responsibility to let you know where to do it right.
With a slightly warmer weekend around the corner, what better way to enjoy a boozy brunch than on Bar Agricole’s large outdoor patio with an all-encompassing sky view. Bar Agricole was opened about three years ago by a collective of the City’s best bartenders and sommeliers, led by master drink maker Thad Vogler. Bar Agricole is every bit a restaurant as it is a bar, making it one of the best places to go for excellent cocktails, wine, and food.
Located in the happening SoMa district of San Francisco, Bar Agricole features a menu and décor that is anything but ordinary. Reflective of SoMA, the outdoor space provides a glimpse of the area’s graffiti, while the award-winning interiors have the feel of a contemporary museum.
Their food showcases clean, fresh tastes and sophisticated simplicity while offering novel dishes that will have your taste buds screaming with excitement. Their menu, changing daily with a few staple items, is sourced from fresh and local ingredients, transformed into dishes that offer unique and unusual flavors.
With the word bar in its name, you can expect a first-rate cocktail program with creative concoctions from master mixers Thad Vogler and Eric Johnson. Bar Agricole is notorious for their house-made rum, bitters, and each of their signature cocktails uses the freshest of ingredients for optimum flavor and quality. Their outdoor, enclosed patio provides a great spot to enjoy those pleasant afternoons or those rare warm San Francisco nights.
Bar Agricole will indulge your senses, from their sleek design and charming atmosphere to their exquisite cuisine and their creative drinks. If you pop in for the infamous Sunday brunch this weekend, treat yourself to a Sleepyhead (brandy, ginger, mint, lime, and sparkling water) or a Bellamy Scotch Sour (blended scotch, lemon, honey, bitters, and egg white).