A San Francisco dining destination known for French-accented craft cocktails after dark has launched a slate of lighter, “daytime friendly” libations for Saturday and Sunday brunch, including an updated Bloody Mary. The five new brunch drinks at the Grand Café Brasserie & Bar, a Kimpton restaurant, are lower in alcohol than the spirits-forward offerings on the main cocktail menu, making them better suited for morning sipping, according to bar manager Kristin Almy. In ...
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