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Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Need Somewhere To Go Between Today's Parade & Tonight's Party?

Posted By on Wed, Oct 31, 2012 at 12:45 PM



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What: Halloween Happy Hour

Where: RN74 (301 Mission Street Between Beale St and Fremont St)

When: 4-8 p.m. tonight

What is the city to do when two massively huge events coincidentally collide on the same day? We party, that's what we do. If you're looking for a place to maintain your buzz between today's Giants Victory Parade and tonight's Halloween party, consider RN74 for your happy hour celebration. The menu includes $1 oysters, French pastries, popcorn and sweet treats along with $4 pumpkin beer and $7 themed cocktails.

See also:

- It's Pumpkin Season! 10 Ways to Celebrate

- Start a New Ancient Tradition: Fortune-Telling Irish Halloween Bread

- Angelia's Halloween Cookies: No Trick, Just Treat

In addition to a live DJ, there will also be a tarot card reader and a fortune teller. Guests who come in costume will receive one free drink ticket and are eligible to win a gift certificate for two at RN74.

Sounds like a pretty sweet party to us. Happy Halloween, foodies!


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