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from 11am-5pm

All wine by the glass $5

Beer at the bar $1 off

$6 Classic Cocktails

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Our Current House Cocktail List:

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**21 and over. We are a non smoking establishment. Service animal pets are the only animals allowed.

Seating is first come first served. We do not take reservations. 

We accept Visa, MC, Discover & Amex.

 Just in time for the Holidays. The Bar at Bacchanal presents--'Backyard Bitters'. A collaboration with El Guapo, the recipe is Bacchanal's very own blend. A perfect addition to your home bar, or take it home as a Bacchanal momento.

Just in time for the Holidays. The Bar at Bacchanal presents--'Backyard Bitters'. A collaboration with El Guapo, the recipe is Bacchanal's very own blend. A perfect addition to your home bar, or take it home as a Bacchanal momento.

bAR features of the week: november 19th

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Weihenstephaner Hefeweissbier


A golden-yellow wheat beer, with its fine-poured white foam, smells of cloves and impresses consumers with its refreshing banana flavour. It is full bodied and with a smooth yeast taste. To be enjoyed at any time, goes excellently with fish and seafood, with spicy cheese and especially with the traditional Bavarian veal sausage. Brewed according to centuries-old brewing tradition on the Weihenstephan hill.


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El Buho Mezcal

Like most mezcals, El Buho is made from espadin agave in Oaxaca. It is roasted using mesquite wood, something that is immediately evident when you open the bottle. An initial smell of salt and pepper gives way to lots of wood smoke. A deeper inhalation leads to brininess, along with the expected ethanol.

For those who aren’t used to drinking mezcal, the flavor is quite unique. El Buho has a strong earthy taste of mesquite smoke that is complemented by scant sweetness and tropical fruit notes, and some roasted chili as well. There is almost a burnt tire quality to it — which sounds unappealing, but really isn’t. The finish is long and smoky, with the briny quality from the aroma returning. El Buho is an excellent mezcal to start with, given that it costs quite a bit less than most on the market. It may lack some of the balance and nuance of the more high-end expressions, but it represents a very solid example of the genre.