It looks to be a beer and wine bar.
The city's only rooftop drinking establishment is reborn.
It officially opened in 1933, right after Prohibition, but was likely a gay speakeasy before that.
Bartenders are sustained by cigarettes and tater tots, which help make them some of the nicest people you'll ever meet.
The glass screen is capable of withstanding 150-mile-per-hour winds.
Season two of the acclaimed riverfront hang brings a bunch of big changes.
Cata, Alder, and ABC Cocina are doing exotic riffs on the classic cocktail.
A fancy new cocktail spot replaces the former 'ultra lounge.'
He sang "Dead Flowers" with ABC 7's Dan Ashley.
It's going in across from the Fox.
It's part of a big revamp of the Renoir Hotel, by the Viceroy group, at 7th and Market.
The 'Post' conducted a very serious investigation.
Also, chef Banks White is leaving Five in Berkeley.
This is for high rollers only, obviously.
The ETA is still unclear.
We tour the bar scene and offer some recommendations.
Scaring the nation with their guns and prix fixe deals for Broadway ticket-holders.
It involves 30 or more people crowding around a ping-pong table.
He hits fifteen bars in four days.