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The Sycamore Celebrates the Reopening of its Patio an Extravaganza

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I’m a huge fan of the The Sycamore and their sister spot The Willows. Both are great neighborhood spots where you can get a great beer, a yummy bite, play some boardgames, and chill out with your friends. So it is with excitement that I announce that The Sycamore is reopening their awesome backyard patio.

In honor of this event they are throwing a badass, all day party with dope specials. From noon till 11pm it will be half off all drafts, sliders, and sides! It sounds absolutely heavenly.

If you’re gonna go, there’s a good chance you’ll see me there!

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Sycamore Patio Reopening Party
Thursday, November 16th
The Sycamore
2140 Mission St. btw 17th & 18th Sts.
[The Mission]

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