San Francisco cocktail bar Trick Dog has launched its new "Tourist Menu." According to Eater SF, the bar is known for its "super-cool interactive menus" that change biannually. Trick Dog's latest menu is a 11-by-18-inch trifold map of the city with illustrations by Jack W. Schnieder. Each of the drinks on the map are named for a San Francisco landmark; there are 13 in all. Customers can choose between cocktails like the Alcatraz (small-batch bourbon, apple, lavender, kombu, horseradish) and the Painted Ladies (vodka, melon soda, mint, honey, lime). Trick Dog is also offering free postcards featuring the landmarks. Just fill one out and they'll mail it for you. Head over to Eater SF for a full breakdown of all of the drinks.
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