Trick Dog, located next to Central Kitchen and Salumeria on 20th Street, is a cocktail bar with a late night food menu available as well. Under the direction of The Bon Vivants’ co-founders Josh Harris and Scott Baird, guests can expect carefully crafted drinks, with drinking vinegars, bitters, syrups and tinctures all made in-house.
The menu will not only feature cocktails, but also beer, wine, spirits and non-alcoholic drinks as well. The beverage menu is modeled after a Pantone Color Guide, which each of the signature cocktails named after a Pantone color (like The Vintage Photo – Denizen white rum, Amaro Averna, pineapple, coconut vinegar and allspice, Alligator Alley – olive oil-infused Broker’s gin, Imbue vermouth, Tempus Fugit Quinquina and green chartreuse and Polar Bear – Piedre Almas Mezcal, Dolin Blanc, Creme de Menthe, Angelica tincture). There will also be larger format offerings (think punch bowl), alcohol-free cocktails and a “Neat With a Side” section, including George Dickel #12 Tennessee Whiskey w/ dill pickle gelee and Tequila Ocho with a house-made sangrita.
Bar snacks are meant to complement the cocktail program and the full menu will be available nightly until the bar closes at 2:00 a.m with items like a Scotch Egg, Sweetbreads and Fernet Mint Chip Ice Cream.
Trick Dog is located at 3010 20th Street in San Francisco and will be open nightly from 3:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m.
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