An Airstream trailer with a liquor license
Kitsch us if you can.
Angie Silvy

Fess up: You love a good party, but you hate playing hostess. Will two bottles of wine suffice? Is a signature cocktail really necessary? Can’t you just buy some beer?

Here’s your new secret weapon: Bar Car. This vintage 1965 Airstream trailer is a fully loaded mobile cocktail bar available to hire for your next shindig--whether it’s in your backyard or the office parking lot.

Owner Greg Medow will be your mixologist, and his trailer comes with a stocked liquor shelf, two taps, mixers and garnishes. Inside the retro beauty you’ll find a brushed-aluminum interior with cobalt-blue accents and a mahogany bar.

But wait, there’s more! Bar Car’s gingham-clad waitstaff will even set up a portable table for impromptu Ping-Pong, and you can get your playlist going on the iPod-compatible sound system.

Just name your party date and choose from one of four packages--from the Whirlwind (with well standards) to the Ambassador (with top-shelf liquors). Pricing for the host starts at $25 a person and there’s a $1,000 minimum, but guests drink open-bar style.

You really are the hostess with the mostess...and you didn’t even lift a finger.

Bar Car; 415-843-1150 or barcarsf.com

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