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Stopped in for a cigar and scotch.
I had a My Father 15th Anniversary. It was great.
Last time I had a Partagas 150. They still have them but at $85 a piece I chose the My Father instead.
Oban 14 yr. was the scotch...More
Coming from the east coast where cigar bars are more common, it was nice to find this hidden gem. Although much more of a bar than lounge it offers a nice spot to relax and enjoy a cigar. The average price per cigar seemed to...More
I visit a couple of times a year.
It has a great whiskey selection. Some nice craft beers and local wines.
The cigar selection is not too big but I always find something new too experience.
This time I had a pretty hard to find...More
I was visiting the San Francisco area for the weekend and I found the Occidental Cigar Club to be a nice establishment. I brought my wife for a smoke and we found three other couples at the place so we had a great time. This...More
To the partners of the Occidental Cigar Club,
After visiting your club for only a few minutes with plans to celebrate a friend’s birthday, my friend and I had napkins tossed in our general direction with no greeting whatsoever as the bartender Yvette Cervantes, chatted...More
I have been going to the Occidental every year for 5 years now while at an annual conference in SF. Have always looked forward to it and enjoyed it. Sorry to say will not be going back. About 5 pm on a Sunday the bartender...More
I travel regularly and always try to seek out a cigar lounge which isn’t always easy. Found The Occidental when I arrived in San Francisco and returned each day. The establishment is small and unlike most lounges which have large leather chairs this is essentially...More
I am a cigar smoker and enjoy a fine whiskey. California isn't the best place in the world for people like me but I did find this spot and boy did I not regret it. After dining in North Beach I made my way from...More
The Financial District lies just east of Chinatown but can seem a world apart given it’s San Francisco’s version of Wall Street. The rush of business people make up a hectic weekday and add to a frenetic pace of life, but visitors who spend a few hours walking the narrow streets will be rewarded with fine examples of historic and contemporary architecture, including the iconic Transamerica Pyramid. After business hours,
bars and restaurants quickly fill up with happy hour revelers. Stocks aren’t the only kind of market being followed, the Ferry Building Marketplace on the Embarcadero is a gourmet food emporium and farmers market that will satisfy anyone working up an appetite.