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Our favorite MLB manager, Gabe Kapler is on the road a lot. When he's on the road, he always tried to make time to explore the places he visits, get to know the city and the people that live there as we saw in his visit to Los Angeles last fall.

The same goes when he's at home in San Francisco. During the Giants' off season, we were lucky enough to have Gabe take us on a tour of some of his favorite places in the city he now calls home. 

Our first stop was Cold Drinks Bar in the heart of Chinatown where we got to meet Yong Zhu who has been reimagining classic cocktails with a Scotch twist since China Live owner, George Chen opened his Shanghai-inspired saloon in 2017. 

In this episode of "At Home with Gabe Kapler," Yong shows Gabe, well-known for being a fan of Scotch, how he makes one of the bar's most popular cocktails - the Sometimes Old Fashioned.

Watch it, make it, enjoy it! 



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