BVHospitality, founded by Josh Harris, created and owns two of San Francisco’s most successful and celebrated cocktail bars: Bon Voyage!, Trick Dog, and recently opened their newest venture, Quik Dog. Trick Dog has been named a Finalist for three James Beard Foundation Awards for Outstanding Bar Program. Trick Dog has also been named to the World’s 50 Best Bars list 2014 through 2019 and has earned several nods from the Tales of the Cocktail Spirited Awards, with two wins for World’s Best Cocktail Menu and one for Best American Bar Team. Nightclub & Bar Media Group named Trick Dog Cocktail Bar of the Year in 2017. Trick Dog is the only establishment of its kind in the Bay Area to receive a three-star review from San Francisco Chronicle restaurant critic Michael Bauer. Their latest establishment, Bon Voyage!, opened its disco doors in October of 2018 and has been featured in Newsweek, Eater SF, SF Weekly, and 7×7 Magazine.
From The Bon Vivants team – a kick ass, well made, no bullshit, neighborhood cocktail bar with great music, delicious drinks and food ’til the end.
3010 20th Street. SF, CA 94110
7 days 3pm – 2am
“A world traveler exploring Southeast Asia and Africa in the 1950s, collecting art and mementos along the way, who then settles in 1970s Palm Springs to throw fabulous disco parties with great Chinese food and creative cocktails. And just like that, a bar is born.”
584 Valencia St.
San Francisco, CA 94114
BVHospitality has engaged in a number of consulting projects for a variety of hotels and restaurants large and small. We’ve found there’s really no one size fits all approach, so we’d love to hear more about your project and take it from there to see if our services might be a good fit.
The Bon Vivants Scholarship
Bon Vivants Hospitality is committed to funding this scholarship with a minimum of $150,000 over the next five years to fully support the ScholarMatch services for five students, one added each year, for the entirety of their college experience. The funds are used for costs and items beyond tuition fees, which can be an impediment to low-income students, even with tuition assistance. These costs may include housing deposits, textbooks, personal or family emergencies, and activity fees.