Seawolf Public House opens in Oakland; Sierra Nevada event on Thurs. for SF Beer Week

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[Press Release:]

(Oakland, CA) – We are excited to launch our new neighborhood Pub in Jack London Square, Oakland, Ca–Seawolf Public House. Seawolf is a short walk from the Jack London waterfront, is located inside a historic Victorian building built in 1882 that has been carefully refurbished. Inside its warm interior, you will find photos and artifacts highlighting the rich history of the building, of Oakland and of Jack London.

Owner, Monica Plazola, is excited to bring a neighborhood pub to the town where she lives and raises her family. “I wanted to have a place where folks could relax, feel welcome, have excellent beer and food, and not feel pressure to leave.” Plazola is joined by Chef Jason Moniz, who helped open Flora in Oakland, and has crafted a unique menu with a casual approach to American pub fare such as Beef & Guinness chili, Korean fried-chicken sandwich, Beef shank with tater tots, and cheddar cheese curds. And back due to popular demand: the beloved Warehouse Wings.

A proud member of the Oakland community, Seawolf will feature rotating taps from some of our favorite local breweries and host events to highlight different local organizations. Our first event will be on February 16th, during SF Beer Week, where we partner with Sierra Nevada to showcase some of their beers. A portion of the proceeds will go to the Oakland Heritage Alliance—an association dedicated to historic preservation. This will be the first of many community partnerships.

Seawolf Public House is located at 350 4th Street, Oakland, CA, 94607. We will be open from 3pm-midnight through March 15, 2017 and will then open up for lunch and brunch on weekends.

visit-california-increases-traveler-interest-with-youtube-campaign_case-studies_lg_300This coverage is made possible in part thanks to the generous support of Visit California, which flew us out to Northern California to tour one dozen breweries across San Francisco, Sacramento, Berkeley, Oakland and Sonoma. For more information on California’s craft beer boom, visit here.

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