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Fillmore Holiday Cocktail Crawl: $5 for 5 Drinks

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So it’s officially started.  I’ve spent the past six days in San Diego doing the turkey shindig family thing, and I’m fucking stuffed.  I feel like a contestant on “The Biggest Gainer”.  The thing is, now that December is about to be here, it will be endless eating and drinking.  I think my New Year’s resolution will be to send myself to a fat farm.  At this point though, there’s no use complaining, so I’m just gonna embrace it and hit up the Fillmore Holiday Cocktail Crawl.

For just $5 you’ll get to visit five different venues in the Fillmore District and try a different Tres Agaves fancy pants drink at each one.  That’s $1 per fancy pants drink!  Then at the end you get to vote on which one is your favorite.  It’s like the alcoholic’s version of American Idol!  I guess that makes Kevin Blum our version of Ryan Seacrest.

And the best part is that you’ll be drinking for a good cause; proceeds benefit the African American Art and Culture Complex.  Click here to get your ticket and check out all the details that I’m too lazy to type out.

Fillmore Holiday Cocktail Crawl
Begins at Yoshi’s
[The Fillmore District]
Wednesday, 12/1

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