Norse gods guzzle mead, but Greek and Roman deities sip ambrosia, unless they're Ares and Aphrodite, who like to get tipsy when her husband's away, and we know what happens after that. Mayan gods like their cocoa bitter, Hindu gods hallucinate on Soma, and the Guarani Pa'i Shume gave the Earth yerba mate but made sure to keep enough for himself.
But what do San Franciscan gods drink? Whether you proscribe one life for mortals or many, sport two arms or four, feast daily on the hearts of men or eat a mere six pomegranate seeds per year, come manifest in your true form and join the cavalcade of the God and Goddesses of San Francisco, for we seek the True Libation of the divines this night.
Immortal attire required, a healthy thirst recommended.
Itinerary with (verrry approximate) times:
* Starting @ Spec's (6-7:30)
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* Buddha Lounge (7:30-8:30)
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* Irish Bank (8:30-9:30)
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* Tunnel Top (9:30-10:30)
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* Gold Dust Lounge (10:30-11:30)
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* House of Shields (11:30-1)
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* Ending up, eventually, @ 111 Minna (1-2)
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Or you can just follow me on Twitter and I'll update with location through the night:
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Added by monstro on April 9, 2007