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Mission Bar Crawl

Mosto and Tacolicious
Side-by-side taco joint and Tequila bar under the same ownership attracts progressive eaters and scenesters. 

The Abbot’s Cellar
Craft beers wash down savories like gnocchi and calamari. 

Elixir Saloon
There’s supposedly been a bar at this old location since the 1800s. Now, it’s Elixir, one of the best cocktail joints in town.  

Mission Bowling Club
The tattoo-and-Panama hat crowd comes to bowl and enjoy a fried-chicken sandwich and gin fizz. 

HiLo BBQ 
One of the newest stops in town, serving up ‘cue all day long, along with cheap beer. 

Mission Street Oyster Bar
A new, bare-bones joint heavily accented toward seafood. Throwback bar stools evoke the 1950s. 

The Armory Club
This bordello-meets-tech geek bar offers small-batch spirits and a decent wine list to a party crowd. 

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