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A Free Cocktail at the Esquire – No Fooling

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The Esquire Tavern is celebrating its first birthday on April Fool’s Day. And it’s offering a free drink to every patron that evening.

The bar, at 155 E. Commerce St., opened a year ago under new management, restoring to the River Walk a landmark known for the oldest wooden bar in San Antonio and the supposedly the longest bar in the state. Excellent cocktails and great bites have been hallmarks of its return.

Award-winning head barman Jeret Peña is creating a special spring concoction called Fool’s Punch for the occasion. It’s made with ginger beer, cucumber, lemon, mint and gin, making it a 19th century cocktail with a very modern twist.

The party Sunday will be from 3 to 8 p.m.  For more information on the Esquire, click here.

 

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2 Responses to “A Free Cocktail at the Esquire – No Fooling”

  1. Chris says:

    His “special spring concoction” is just a Pimm’s Cup with mint, but who am I to quibble if its free?

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