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If the beginning of the work week gets you down, Silverlake Wine is ready to ease your pain. Their Blue Tuesday wine tastings require no reservation, feature snacks provided by the Cheese Store of Silverlake, and deliver three distinct wines to take the edge off the old grind.
From 5-9pm, savvy owners George Cosette, Randy Clement or April Langford will be on hand to spill as much wine knowledge as you might crave. Or you can just hand over the $12 cover, nosh, drink, and slink off to recover from the ills of the work week.
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