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Crown the Town: Old Fashioned Edition

Join on this journey around Santa Barbara's downtown, through some of the best bars and restaurants in town, on a quest for the best Old Fashioned in town.

When: Tuesday, July 23, 2013, 6:30 p.m.

Where: Holdren's Steaks & Seafood, 512 State Street, Santa Barbara

Cost: $30 - $45

Age limit: 21+

Categories: Food & Drink, Nightlife

Description:

Sugar, bitters, and whiskey: the three key ingredients to one of the simplest, yet most elegant cocktails, served in a glass of the same name. The Old Fashioned has been around for centuries, recently making a resurgence thanks to Don Draper and his Mad Men crew, as well as our renewed interest in craft cocktails.

On Tuesday, July 23rd, join us as four of the best downtown Santa Barbara bars and restaurants compete for the title of Best Old Fashioned. You will taste the selection at each location and ultimately vote on your favorite at the final stop and after-party.

Meet at the first location at 6:30pm to get your guide and crown, and then continue on a self-guided quest to find the best Old Fashioned in town! A limited number of presale tickets are now available for $30. Participating locations will be revealed the week of the event.

Advanced ticket purchase is recommended.

Cocktail attire is encouraged but not required.

About Crown The Town
Crown the Town is a unique event series that aims to enlighten the community’s perspective on Santa Barbara’s best bars and eateries. Night Out’s goal for Crown the Town is to highlight the best bites and bevs at Santa Barbara’s favorite spots while also putting an end to the monotony of frequenting the same restaurants over and over again. Each event features an impressive array of handpicked locations that are locally known as being one of “the best” for the given theme. Participants vote on their favorite at the final location, helping crown the best in Santa Barbara once and for all.

Phone: 800-936-3126

Event posted July 12, 2013
Last updated July 12, 2013

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