SFBC BEER & BITES Party at Show Dogs

"Show Dogs Chefs Gayle Pirie and John Clark are partnering with the San
Francisco Bicycle Coalition to raise money and awareness about the Great
Streets Project’s Market Street improvements.

For only $20, you will enjoy unlimited signature dogs and cold pints on
tap, onion rings and more, while you hear more about the Great Streets
Project work on Market Street improvements — including the potential
for thriving sidewalks, public spaces and shops, supported by a fully
continuous and separated bikeway the length of lower Market Street and
much-improved excellent transit service — a Market Street that’s fun,
lively and safe!"

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