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Five Hour Open Bar from Metrowize

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Unlike Mission Mission, I’m actually not all that good at keeping up with other blogs.  I mean, those cats (especially Allan) must read like hundreds of blogs a day, because they always source from ones that are crazy obscure.  I’m pretty sure I’ve heard of Metrowize though, I mean it’s been around for 5 years and it sounds familiar, but for some reason the word looks funny.  Like I feel that if it had an “s” instead of a “z” it would look more familiar.  Or not. Fuck if I know.

What’s important is that they it’s their 5 year anniversary tonight and they are celebrating by having an FIVE hour long open bar. Yeah, for reals, and there’s no cover to get in!  All you have to do is RSVP here.  It’s happening at John Collins Bar and there will be DJs too, but did I mention it’s a FIVE hour open bar??

These people are smart people!  Now I’ll never forget their name (or spelling).  Hat tip to Johnny Funcheap.

Metrowize 5 Year Anniversary Party
John Collins Bar
138 Minna @ New Montgomery St.
[South of Market]
Monday, 9/27
5-10pm
FREE!

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