BANKERS HILL BAR + Restaurant will celebrate Repeal Day with Low-Flying Planes, a rum-based cocktail reminiscent of 1920s alcohol smugglers, available exclusively on Wednesday, Dec. 5.
Bar manager Colin Berger created Low-Flying Planes in honor of Repeal Day, the Dec. 5, 1933 date marking the prohibition’s end. Low-Flying Planes, a name inspired by prohibition-era rum-runners, is made with dark rum, rye whiskey, apple brandy, lemon juice and house-made grenadine. The specialty cocktail will be available for $11.
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ABOUT BANKERS HILL BAR + RESTAURANT
BANKERS HILL BAR + Restaurant combines award-winning cuisine with signature drinks and eclectic architecture to form a treat for the senses at 2202 4th Ave. in Downtown San Diego. The Industrial-style design is made largely from repurposed materials with large unfinished doors lending to a welcoming indoor-outdoor atmosphere. The menu features an array of American favorites with a gourmet twist including the BH burger, barbecue pork tacos and the acclaimed parmesan truffle fries. BANKERS HILL is owned and operated by restaurateur Terryl Gavre and three-time James Beard Award nominee, Chef Carl Schroeder. The restaurant is open daily from 4:30 to close and offers happy hour from 4:30 to 6 p.m. daily. BANKERS HILL also offers brunch every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Reservations are recommended and may be made by calling 619.231.0222 or visitingwww.bankershillsd.com. In addition to the downtown location, BANKERS HILL opened an outpost inside Terminal 1 at San Diego International Airport. More information may be found by following on Facebook at www.facebook.com/BankersHillBarandRestaurant, and on Twitter and Instagram @BankersHillSD.