Restaurant Review: San Francisco, California

The Saratoga


The latest addition to the Bacchus group of restaurants (which includes Spruce, among others), The Saratoga occupies the bottom two floors of a historic building in the Tenderloin. There’s food (New American) and cocktails (barrel aged), but the real draw is the focus on vintage spirits, unrivaled in the Bay: 1950s Bénédictine and Fernet, Chartreuse selections that span six decades, and even the holy grail for Bourbon drinkers, the A.H. Hirsch 16 Year Old.

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