Local Oakland Bar, SomaR, Announces Ticket Holder Drink Discounts

Local Oakland bar, SomaR Bar, teams up with The Fox Theater and The Paramount Theater by offering drink discounts to ticket holders. A show of a ticket will get you two glasses of wine or beer for the price of one, or $2 off a specialty cocktail.


Whether it’s with a group of friends, or a date, for the show of a ticket you can get drink discounts at Oakland’s SomaR Bar.

Before you head out to The Fox Theater or Paramount Theater, stop by one of Oakland’s most popular bars in Uptown, SomaR Bar. Show the bartender your ticket and get two glasses of wine or beer for the price of one, or $2 off a specialty cocktail.

SomaR is a bar in Oakland that serves selected wines, beer, and quality liquor. Their signature cocktails are created by one of the owners, Mike Golondrina.
“Our most popular drinks include the SomaR Fizz, followed by the Lychee Martini,” says Mike from SomaR.

The convenience of having The Fox Theater only a block away from this local Oakland bar, makes it easy for SomaR customers to enjoy a nice walk. SomaR Bar is located at 1807 Telegraph Avenue and just 3 blocks away from the Paramount Theater, at 2025 Broadway.

Then, on with the show. Afterwards, don’t throw your ticket stubs away. You can come back to this local Oakland Bar, show your used ticket stubs to the bartender, and receive the same discount again.

This new partnership between SomaR Bar, The Fox Theater, and The Paramount Theater offers locals the benefits of getting drink discounts for the show of a ticket, and allows them to enjoy the show of people, art, music and ambiance of SomaR.

About The Fox Theater
The Fox Theater opened its door in October 1928 as a movie palace. For more than three decades, the Fox held its own as a first-run movie house. But the advent of television dealt a blow to the movie business. In 1966, the Fox closed its doors. Over the course of time, it escaped the wrecking ball more than once, but suffered fires, leaky roofs, decay and graffiti. Finally after 40 years, the Fox Theater re-opened its doors as a live music venue, arts school and restaurant.

About The Paramount Theater
Oakland’s Paramount Theatre opened in 1931 and is one of the finest remaining examples of Art Deco design in the United States. In September 1970, it closed but retained the name “Paramount.” After its initial brief blaze of "movie palace" glory in the 1930's, this remarkable auditorium suffered three decades of neglect and decline until its rescue by the Oakland Symphony, the City of Oakland and numerous private donors. Authentic restoration was completed in 1973. The Paramount Theatre is the home of the Oakland East Bay Symphony and, as one of the San Francisco Bay Area's premiere performing arts facilities, hosts a year-round schedule of popular music concerts, variety shows, theatre, and - of course - movies.

About SomaR Bar
Established in 2009, SomaR Bar is in an Oakland cocktail bar situated on Telegraph Avenue, one block away from the historic Fox Theater, in the heart of the up and coming Theater and Art District of Oakland. SomaR serves selected wines, beer, quality liquor, and signature cocktails; features local DJs, bands and artists; hosts mixers and sponsors causes close to their hearts. SomaR Bar is a family business that runs its business like a family, making sure whoever visits is comfortable and having a good time.