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Doc’s Clock’s Final Day in Original Location Announced

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As we announced before, legendary Mission dive bar Doc’s Clock will be shutting down and moving further along Mission St.

Here’s the final details that I just got from Carrie who owns the joint:

Our last date at the current location will be Saturday June 3rd.  We hope to be up and running at 2417 Mission Street by July 1st.

So pop in and tie one on one last time at the original location before they shut down for a month.

Then go check out the brand new Doc’s Clock in July! A great excuse to see the new Doc’s Clock is to get a copy of the SF Beer Passport and use the coupon when you check out the new space. These things are almost gone so get yours now.

Hooray for Doc’s Clock!


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