Third Thursday Every Month Now Streetsblog Happy Hour at Virgil’s Sea Room

Now you can get your livable streets jabber every month.

Due to popular demand, Streetsblog happy hour has become a monthly institution. The sustainable transportation hootenanny happens at Virgil’s Sea Room the third Thursday of every month at 6 p.m.

You won’t have to contain your excitement for long — the next shindig is this Thursday.

By virtue of Virgil’s altruism, 10 percent of drink proceeds will support Streetsblog every third month. So in January, April, July, and October, your drink may taste especially delicious knowing it will help fuel advocacy journalism for safer streets.

I’m very happy that we could partner with Tom Temprano, Virgil’s owner, to give Streetsblog readers a venue to meet up IRL. Ironically, I’m going to miss the first one since my wife and I are flying out tonight for a long-planned trip to Japan and to see her family in the Philippines, returning Memorial Day weekend. (Streetsblog SF will continue posting with light coverage in the meantime.)

Virgil’s Sea Room, located at 3152 Mission Street (south of Cesar Chavez), will have a reserved table ready on the back patio each month. Here’s to the first of many revels.


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