Bohanan’s Toasts a Founding Father & Supports Performing Arts

Friday 17th, May 2019 / 14:17 Written by
Bohanan’s Toasts a Founding Father & Supports Performing Arts

Stop by The Bar at Bohanan’s and Salute a Founding Father with “Hamilton’s Post” Cocktail

Whether you stop by The Bar at Bohanan’s before or after you enjoy the Broadway smash about a certain Founding Father at the Majestic Theatre this month, toast Alexander Hamilton and help support scholarships for students pursuing their performing arts dreams. “Hamilton’s Post” is available for $10 through the month of May at The Bar at Bohanan’s, 219 East Houston Street, and with all proceeds benefitting the Las Casas Foundation Performing Arts Scholarship Fund. Why $10? Well, that is Hamilton himself on the $10 of course. So spend a Hamilton on Hamilton’s Post and all of the proceeds will benefit performing arts scholarships. The Bar at Bohanan’s is extending its Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evening hours until 11:30 p.m. for those who want to toast after the show.

Photo credit: Bohanan’s Steakhouse

Dedicated to the performing arts through education and scholarships and the restoration and preservation of historic theatres, Las Casas Foundation offers a variety of educational initiatives to nurture and grow the performing arts, including the Las Casas Performing Arts Scholarship Program. Since its inception in 2009, the scholarship program has awarded more than $1 million in scholarship funds to deserving students.

Want to make this cocktail at home? Here you go!

“Hamilton’s Post”

1.5 oz. Plantation 3 Star Rum

.5 oz. Lime Juice

.5 oz. Orange Juice

.5 oz. Honey Syrup

2 dashes Chocolate Bitters

3 Espresso Beans

Shaken and strained, then garnished with lime wheel. Available at The Bar at Bohanan’s and benefitting the Las Casas Performing Arts Scholarship Program.

Photo credit: Bohanan’s Steakhouse

Bohanan’s support of Las Casas Foundation is just one way the restaurants’ active interest in its guests flows beyond its doors to create a larger sense of community. Bohanan’s champions San Antonio through philanthropic efforts, routinely working with organizations like the San Antonio Parks Foundation, the McNay Art Museum, the March of Dimes, Say Sí and more to help make San Antonio a city to celebrate every day.

About Bohanan’s:

Bohanan’s Prime Steaks and Seafood, established in 2002, offers Japanese Akaushi Steaks and Mesquite grilled prime cuts of midwestern corn-fed beef, as well as an array of freshly prepared seafood and flaming desserts. An award-winning wine list and rich house-blended coffee round out an extraordinary dining experience. Executive chef-owner Mark Bohanan brings the storied Texas steak experience to the highest level of fine dining. Bohanan’s is located in the heart of historic downtown San Antonio at 219 East Houston Street, above The Bar at Bohanan’s, featuring award-winning handcrafted cocktails. Valet service is available for lunch and dinner. For more, visit, or Facebook/Instagram/Twitter: @bohanans

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