Guest bartenders serve for a cause

On Feb. 25, Cassie Piercey and Maya Ellman recruited News 8′s Dan Cohen to be the guest bartender at Sbicca Del Mar. The trio teamed up to raise money for Race for a Cause, which benefits the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

Cohen, named one of San Diego’s “Hot Husbands” in the current issue of San Diego Magazine, served drinks for tips, which will benefit the cause.

Every Wednesday, Sbicca Del Mar hosts guest bartenders to raise funds for various causes. On March 4, the tips benefited Stone Soup Theater Company. The restaurant is currently booked with guest bartenders through May.

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