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One Door North Adds Cocktails and Late Night Hours

A $1 beer and oyster happy hour is also new

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Bird’s Fly South
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30th Street’s two-year-old One Door North is now also a craft cocktail destination. The North Park restaurant, run by Fred and Tammy Piehl (The Smoking Goat), recently acquired a full liquor license and is launching its cocktail menu this week. New bar manager Elizabeth Farrell (Wish and Bond San Francisco, Madison on Park) is incorporating her experience as an herbalist and garden designer into her cocktails which feature botanical elements ranging from tarragon syrup and foraged nettle cordial to fennel infused dry curaçao. From the “new school” section there’s Birds Fly South, made with Ford’s Gin, hibiscus cordial, geranium syrup, and lemon; more spirit-forward options include the Grassy Knoll, made with Rhum JM Agricole, Cocchi Americano, Routin Dry Vermouth and alpine bitters.

Elizabeth Farrell
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Along with the new drinks, the New American bar and eatery is also debuting two happy hours. The first runs from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. daily, with the first hour featuring $1 pints of a local craft beer that will rotate monthly; April’s pick is Ironfire Brewing Company’s Stetsons & Sombreros lager, while May’s offering is Pilsner the Conqueror from 32 North. Also just $1 from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. will be a daily-changing selection of oysters. The happy hour menu also includes discounted small plates and $8 cocktails and wine.

The restaurant recently extended its hours to midnight on weekends, and starting Friday, April 6 will launch at 10 p.m. to 12 a.m. late-night happy hour with deals on truffle French fries, wings, and a range of seasonal flatbreads as well as $5 craft beers and $6 cocktails.

One Door North

3422 30th Street, , CA 92104 (619) 618-1285 Visit Website

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