Eat Pizza to Benefit the SF Bicycle Coalition

From SFBC:

On Tuesday, July 26th Patxi’s Pizza in Noe Valley will donate 10% of all sales to the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition. Invite your friends over and order in, or ride to Paxti’s in Noe Valley to enjoy pizza and benefit the SF Bicycle Coalition. This includes all dine-in, take-out, delivery, and gift card purchases throughout the day. Purchases can be made in person or by phone. Noe Valley location only but they deliver to Noe Valley, Glen Park, Bernal Heights, the Mission, and the Castro.

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