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Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Get Out of the House Tonight and Drink. Here's Where

Posted By on Wed, Nov 4, 2009 at 12:45 PM

click to enlarge Three animals and beer flights? Dude. - BLOODMERIDIAN/FLICKR
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  • Three animals and beer flights? Dude.
What the hell? Game Six of the World Series is bumping Glee? Make yourself feel better by checking out one of two drink-soaked events in the city tonight:

• City Dish is touting tonight's Dubonnet party at Eastside West (3154 Fillmore at Greenwich). Starting at 6:30 p.m., you get $1 Dubonnet drinks, comped hors d'oeuvres, and the chance to win an Eastside West dinner for six. If Dubonnet ain't exactly your thing, check out other Wednesday food and wine specials, like a Wagyu burger or fried chicken sandwich with a glass of wine or beer for $8, plus bottles of wine are half off. Cin-cin.

• There's also a $45 triple-meat beer dinner tonight at Magnolia Pub & Brewery (1398 Haight Street at Masonic) Rabbit, quail, and pork from Devil's Gulch Farm in Nicasio will be paired with Magnolia's recently launched BRU/SFO beers, a joint project by Magnolia and 21st Amendment. A typical beer flight might include Deep Ellum Dubbel, Tweezer Tripel, and Gris-Gris. Oh, and the regular Magnolia menu will be on offer, as usual.

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