Did you know that people have been throwing back drinks at the corner of 29th and Tiffany in La Lengua for 100+ years? It’s true (and you can learn more about that below).
Today the lovely crew at the gritty-glamorous Rock Bar carries on that sordid tradition in fine form, and they invite you to their kid-friendly Third Anniversary Party TONIGHT:
Rock Bar THIRD ANNIVERSARY
What: Rock Bar’s Third Anniversary Donkey Party
Where: Rock Bar 80 29th Street
When: Thursday March 19th 5pm-2am
Join Rock Bar in celebrating three years at 80 29th Street. A neighborhood watering hole for over one hundred years, we are proud to take part in a rich History at the base of Bernal Hill. The Spring Equinox marks our anniversary and we invite you to dress as your favorite Astrological Sign. Or come dressed as YOU ARE (you do you) – ENJOY batched cocktails, punch, and edibles from The Front Porch.
As a bar we cater to adults, at nite while much of the neighborhood sleeps. We have two parents on our team and we know many who cannot take part in the nightlife we host. Each anniversary we offer an opportunity for friends, family, the young and old to take part in celebrating… We invite our young neighbors to enjoy a Donkey Ride down Tiffany as the sun sets behind Diamond Heights. It gives us great pleasure to see families engaged with our bar program!
FREE Donkey Rides down Tiffany from 5pm-9pm
We are sure to entertain as well…
INTERNET FAMOUS returns, with Jimmy Franks & Johnny Bagels
SPECIAL BONUS! Check out this fun little history of the bar space compiled by Team Rock Bar:
History of 80 29th Street:
2011 – Rock Bar – bar
2001-2011 – International Club – lounge
1996-2000 – Esperanza’s – lounge
1981-1991 – Nello’s Place – lounge
1975-1980 – Tiffany’s Lodge – tavern
1968-1974 – Joe & Gill – tavern
1955-1965 – Walt’s Place – lounge
1953-1954 – Geo & Walt’s Place – lounge
1951-1953 – Wesch’s Place – parlor
1942-1950 – Tiffany Club – parlor
1937 – Cornelius Sweeney – liquors
1934-1936 – Tiffany Inn – bar
1931 – Martin Burke (during Prohibition)
1922 – M. J. Reynolds (during Prohibition)
1915-1917 – Timothy J Costello – saloon
1911-1915 – Michael Coody – Saloon
1910 – Mary Caulfield – liquors
1902-1909 – Frank P. Caulfield – liquors
6 thoughts on “Tonight: Donkey Rides and Special Cocktails at Rock Bar’s Third Anniversary Bash”
Brion Nuda Rosch – Rock Bar’s prize-winning bartender and superb raconteur.
Now this is the way for a business to be a part of the neighborhood! (I’m looking a you Cortland tea shop.)
We are shattered – just called and no donkey this year. Sniff 😦
went by for a donkey ride and the bar patrons said PETA forced cancellation of the donkey rides…
A big heartfelt THANKS to PETA—fun haters extraordinaire—for canceling the donkey rides! Way to go!!!
Check out the history at the bottom of the article.
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