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21 Spots Where You Can Legally BYOB in SF

By / March 21, 2016
   
   

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Daisy Barringer moved to San Francisco when she was six years old and though she considers herself a “local,” knows better than to ever call herself “a native.” She resides in the Upper Haight/Cole Valley, but spends a lot of time in Tahoe with her 150-pound Saint Bernard, Monkey.

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5 Comments

  1. Great article! Thanks for doing the research.
    I’d just like to add (in the comments, not the article) Calzone’s in North Beach. Their corkage fee is only $5 (which is almost free).

  2. malcolm

    No glass?..as in the glasses to pour the wine that comes in a glass bottle?…or 99% of all micro brews?…Even Pellergino and Panna water come in glass containers..or the fancy Kombucha drinks that only come in glass containers…I know that most cops don’t care and neither do half the crowds at Dolores Park or Bamdaker Beach or even those in GGP…also doesn’t Mexican coke only can be bought in glass?

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