Vault Wholesale, Wingtip’s Gold Concierge, is proud to present the Wingtip Gold Bar. The official launch is this Thursday, from 12pm-6pm (with refreshing bubbly from 3pm-6pm).
As part of Eater SF’s continuing Cocktail Week coverage, they compiled a list of SF’s priciest mixed drinks. And, for better or worse, Brian MacGregor’s Bobby Burns-inspired “King of the Orkneys” ranked pretty high on the list.
Finding inspiration for making a cocktail can come from some random places, but let’s start with one of the most basic places: classic cocktail books. This is where great bartenders look when writing a new menu or exploring what their forefathers did when they are seeking inspiration. I feel this is true of all people who work in creative fields.
Currently on display, directly in front of the new walk-in cigar shop at 550 Montgomery (more on that soon!), is a collection of some of our favorite Wingtip brand products. Here’s a breakdown…
The winner of this contest will receive a year supply (two bottles per month) of Hudson Whiskey. And the winning cocktail will be stamped onto the Wingtip cocktail menu…
Nice profile of yours truly in the Robb Report, who called us an “opulent two-story retail space.”
“Tuesday I went into Wingtip again to get started on the custom shirt I’m having made. It was a fun, informative experience. If you’ve never actually worked one on one with a tailor before, definitely try it at least once, just to pick up some of the jargon. Do you know what a gusset is for?”
We compiled some of our favorite holiday party looks and inspiration pieces over at Pinterest, including one look that was also among Urban Daddy’s selections of “Holiday Plunder.”
We hate to break it to you, but if you’ve been growing a Movember moustache for charity this year, it’s time to shave. And–just in time for the great shearing–we got in our first shipment of Wingtip razors and badger brushes. The razors are available in seven different colors, and configured for either a Gillette… Read more »
It’s been tough keeping this boot under wraps. But the day is here. At left, Ami gets his new pair of 744s shined by Kea Lani, our new in-house shoe shiner. You might wonder why you would get a brand new pair of shell cordovans shined, but just yesterday Lani told us that after a… Read more »