I don’t know if I qualify as a cowgirl (although, I went to college with some genuine cowboys AND took a summer school class in a building that had a rotating stage for showcasing cows and livestock, so…) and PLEASE don’t tell me I’m old enough to be a cougar (I swear, my brain is insisting that I’m only 27)… but I do like cocktails – so when presented with the opportunity to pore over pages and pages of gorgeous drinks, I hopped on board.
And then I made myself go be social and hang out with some “San Diego Influencers” at a fun little dinner at OB Warehouse that Jordan hosted to celebrate the launch of her book!
Disclosure: Our meal was complimentary but I was not compensated for this review. As always, all opinions are my own.
As you may have heard, this guy named Brian Malarkey has been opening restaurants all over San Diego. Burlap is his second (Searsucker being the first, Gingham the third, and most recently Gabardine) and, to be completely honest with you, I was fairly certain I was never going to set foot in Burlap. I wasn’t sure about the asian-cowboy-social-dining experience. I’d already been scarred, but when I heard about their Zodiac cocktails concept, I was admittedly intrigued.