oused in an industrial park nestled along the historic 1,200 mile Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail, visitors enjoy being served locally-sourced craft beverages by those elbow-deep in the process of creation. Sit at the bar and odds are the person pouring for you is the visionary behind what fills your glass.
A delight for trophy wine collectors, craft beer geeks and fans of small batch spirits alike, Tin City’s offerings are as diverse as the setting. A forklift dutifully moving palettes, a falcon in the updraft, a white oak bearing the mark of ‘safe passage’ as carved by 18th century travelers, a roll door revealing a stylish industrial interior humming with the laughter of friends; Tin City is totally its own. And farm-to-table fare is now available to pair with your favorite bottle at our new restaurant Tin Canteen. Photo courtesy of Tin City.