12/20/2012 06:07:00 PM

Where to Toast the End of the World in San Francisco

We’re pretty sure that the world isn’t going to end tomorrow, but just in case those misinterpreted Mayan calendar doomsday predictions do come true, we thought we’d better tell you today about the various end-of-the-world drinking and dining specials being planned.

Jasper’s Corner Tap & Kitchen: Ok, so we suspect these guys don’t believe the world is ending tomorrow either because bar manager Kevin Diedrich plans to run his Final Count Down tequila- and sherry-based cocktail, along with La Fin du Monde beer on tap through the end of the year (415-775-7979).

E&O Asian Kitchen: Staff mixologist Carlos Yturria looked to the Mayans themselves to create the “adios”-worthy cocktail called The Long Goodbye employing Mezcal thought to have been created by the ancient Mayans; the Long Goodbye features La Vida Mezcal, blood orange juice, cherry liquor and sparkling wine (415-693-0303).

Gitane:  In anticipation for le fin, this swanky gypsy-inspired restaurant/bar is whipping The Bitter End, a gin-based cocktail mixed with grapefruit marmalade, Aperol and Stone Pine liqueur (415-788-6686).

The Mortimer Bar: Rather than focus on the doom and gloom of the prediction, the bartenders at the Hotel Adagiohave crafted the Mayan Sumer, a mixture of Casa Noble Reposado, ginger beer and habenero-infused blue agave designed to let you live life to the fullest for as long as you can (415-775-5000).

cityhouse Bar: This Downtown bar at the Parc 55 Hotel is pouring the aptly named The Skyy Is Falling, a concoction of blood orange vodka, cranberry and Triple Sec to get folks through the unknown certainty of what’s to happen on Friday (415-392-8000).

Pescatore: Heck, if the world’s gonna end, then to hell with the diet. The Fisherman’s Wharf restaurant is hosting an End-of-the-World, all-you-can-eat-and-drink dinner on Friday. Yep, indulge in any and all items off the menu for $150 per person (415-561-1111).

The End Is Here and Hurricane Sandy Benefit Party: In light of recent real world tragedies, the end of the world really is no joke so you can have a little fun and make a difference at this benefit party happening at Broadway Studios on Friday which will feature an open bar, food, live music, art installations and trapeze performances (9 PM- 2 AM, 435 Broadway, $30-$100 suggested donations, get ticket info here). 

1 comment :

  1. you freaks you have noyhing to do you talk something like this sometimes i know scaring people is the most intersting thing but repeatly it is so unfair so do something important and cool