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Celebrate Ritual Coffee’s 5th Anniversary on Saturday!

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You’ll be up at 7 a.m. for Bay to Breakers on Sunday, so you probably don’t want to party TOO hard on Saturday.  Solution:  head to Ritual Coffee’s 5th anniversary party!  The festivities start at 2pm and end at 9pm, so it’s kind of perfect.  The event is FREE and will feature live music by The Yellow Dress and The Gilded Rooks (woo, local SF bands!), food from some of your favorite vendors like The Crème Brulee Cart and Gobba Gobba Hey, a photobooth (well, actually, a PhotoBoof), and screenprinting.  Oh, and there’s probably gonna be some coffee around somewhere.

Sounds good already, right?  But the main reason I’m planning to check this out is to see the PEDAL-POWERED CARNIVAL RIDES by Cyclecide.  Am I the only person who hasn’t seen this?!  What does it mean?  What kind of rides?  How?  I’m definitely getting to the bottom of this.  And if I’m not impressed, no worries.  Because there will be some trick bikes to ride too, and how can you go wrong with that?

5th Anniversary Party at Ritual Roastery Saturday, May 15, 2pm-9pm Russ Alley off of Howard St. [between 5th and 6th] [SOMA] FREE
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