Craft Cocktails - 2015 Winners

Published Mar 19, 2015

When it comes to cocktails, it's all about flavor and originality. Who makes the best?

Winner
2015 Winner

1. Walnut Creek Yacht Club

Voters Love

"You may need reservations - the food here is great, and the locals love it. The fish is fresh, and the menu changes based..." 

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1555 Bonanza St Walnut Creek CA 94596
2015 Runner-Up

2. Forbidden Island Tiki Lounge

Voters Love

"Not only can you order a Sazerac, French 75, Pimm's Cup, Moscow Mule, Vesper Martini or many many more classic standards..."  via Bill G.

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1304 Lincoln Ave Alameda CA 94501
2015 Finalist

3. Bourbon and Branch

Voters Love

"Interesting that Bourbon & Branch would be listed under the "Trendy Bars" section. I've never had a problem getting in, and..." 

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501 Jones St San Francisco CA 94102
2015 Finalist

4. Smuggler's Cove

Voters Love

"This place is total heaven. The tiki bar grows up, goes upscale and satisfies the most particular rum loving pirates."  via Richard L.

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650 Gough St San Francisco CA 94102
2015 Finalist

5. Rye

Voters Love

"Obvi, when you have hot women like Claire, Jen and Julie tending bar, how can the drinks NOT taste more delicious than other..."  via Beth L.

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688 Geary St San Francisco CA 94102
Contest Overview
  • 35,022
    Total Votes
  • 23,872
    Voters
  • 169
    Winners

The 2015 Bay Area A-List awards are based on more than 35,000 votes from local Bay Area-area experts.

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