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Oakland Cocktail Week: $10 Craft Cocktails

The first ever Oakland Cocktail Week at over 50 bars & restuarants
By - posted 9/16/2018 No Comment

Oakland Cocktail Week, September 15-23, 2018, celebrates Oakland’s unique cocktail heritage and community from its loyal patrons to business owners to bartenders and newcomers alike.

Over 50 bars and restaurants in Oakland, Alameda and Emeryville will craft a love letter to Oakland through $10 special cocktails offered through the week like Make Westing’s 18th Street Cooler, Forbidden Island’s Conga Mai Tai and many more.

Oakland Cocktail Week
September 15-23, 2018
$10 specialty cocktails inspired by Oakland + special ticketed events

56 Participating Venues: Map | Venue List | Cocktail List

AlaMar Kitchen & Bar, Alchemy Bottle Shop, Aloha Club, Bar 355, Bar Cesar, Beer Baron Bar and Kitchen, BELCAMPO, Boot & Shoe Service, Cafe Van Kleef, Camino, CDP, Copper Spoon Cocktails & Kitchen, Cosecha, District, dosa by Dosa, Dragon Gate Bar and Grille, DREXL, Dyafa, Farmhouse Kitchen, Forbidden Island, Fort Green, Grand Lake Kitchen, Hawking Bird, Heinold’s First & Last Chance Saloon, Home of Chicken and Waffles, Honor Kitchen & Cocktails, Hopscotch, Hutch bar & kitchen, Italian Colors, Julie’s, Kincaid’s, Lake Chalet, Ledger’s Liquors, Make Westing, Merchant’s Saloon, NIDO, Oakland Spirits Co. + twomile wines tasting room, Perle Fine Wines & Cocktails, Plank, Plum Bar, Ramen Shop, Scott’s Seafood Grill and Bar, Seawolf Public House, Sidebar, Spice Monkey Restaurant & Bar, Starline Social Club, Tamarindo , Tay Ho Oakland Restaurant & Bar, The Alley, The Avenue, The Cat House, The Hunter Public House, The Kon-Tiki, The Miranda, The Ruby Room, The Terrace Room Restaurant & Bar, and Trader Vics Emeryville

Special ticketed events raise a glass to the great cocktail programs, small spirits businesses and workers within the Oakland spirits community and pay it forward for the next generation. A portion of proceeds from these events benefits the local branch of the non-profit Restaurant Opportunities Center (ROC the Bay).