7 Mile House Announces STAR of the BAR Cocktail Competition December 9th

South San Francisco, CA   December 1, 2019 Submitted by Vanessa Garcia, 7 Mile House

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You are invited to our first annual cocktail competition with Infanta Lambanog, where you can taste and experience different craft cocktail recipes from competing 7 Mile House bartenders and guest bartenders from the Bay Area!

You’re the judge in this live action bartending competition with the following criteria:

* Taste
* Presentation
* Creativity
* Bartender’s showmanship

Each attendee will receive a lanyard, one ticket for each cocktail tasting and score card so get your ticket now–tickets go up to $10 at the door!

DATE: Monday December 9th 8pm-10pm

TICKETS $8 advance CLICK HERE

LOCATION: 7 Mile House 2800 Bayshore Blvd Brisbane CA

About 7 Mile House

Established in 1858, the historic 7 Mile House is an award-winning, family and dog-friendly restaurant, sports bar, and live music venue, serving up a unique mix of homestyle Italian/American/Filipino food. Located in the San Francisco/Bay Area for 160 years, 7 Mile House is the only mile house left standing in its original location; and has a colorful history from its rebel days in the 1800s, to a trucker/biker hangout, and an infamous sports gambling joint in the 80s. Today, they are the most popular restaurant and bar in the neighborhood boasting great food, drinks, sports via satellite and live entertainment every single night.

About Infanta Lambanog

Infanta, Philippine Lambanog, is a small batch award winning alcohol distilled from coconut palm tree nectar, harvested from the rich soils and warm climates of the Philippine Islands. In 2008, our idea was to make the best-tasting lambanog in the world, and in just a few years, we accomplished just that.
This distilled spirit is rare and very special. Handcrafted by generations of Filipino ‘mangagarit’, it is a distillate of harvested nectar from the blossoming flowers of organic coconut palm trees, grown only in the tropical climates and nutrient rich soils of the pacific islands of Southeast Asia.

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