Here’s the answer: Bleu Bohème on Adams Ave.
It has introduced a decadent pumpkin épice-inspired cocktail now through the end of October. It is called the Le Feu Follet cocktail, which translates to Jack O’ Lantern and it blends French imported vodka, pumpkin pie liqueur and cinnamon whiskey into a pumpkin spice libation.
If that’s not your thing then the bar menu also has unique cocktails such as Sazerac, made with Michter’s rye, bitters, sugar, a pastis rinse and lemon twist; Lillet Liberté, a combination of Lillet, Hendrick’s gin, orange bitters and an orange peel; among others.
Bleu Bohème blends the Bohemian and artistic free-spirited left bank of Paris with the roots and tradition of the rural areas of France, serving accessible, affordable and comforting French cuisine by chef and restaurateur Ken Irvine. He is the only person to hold the distinction of being named the California Restaurant Association’s “Restaurateur of the Year” and “Chef of the Year.”
Bleu Bohème has been named “Best French Restaurant” by San Diego Magazine, San Diego Reader and the California Restaurant Association most years from 2010 until the present day.
Bleu Bohème is open for in-person dining and takeout from 5-8 p.m. Tuesdays through Thursdays and 5-9 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays.
It is located in Kensington at 4090 Adams Ave, San Diego.
For more information about Bleu Bohème, visit the website www.bleuboheme.com or call 619.255.4167.