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Tequila Crawlageddon: Park Yourself In Echo Park
Tequila pub crawl? Okay. Twist my effing arm. Saturday in Echo Park is the 1st Real de Mexico Tequila Crawl hosted by "the Echo Park company of the same name" that's been "quietly providing local hot spots with family-produced, 'single estate' tequila," according to Echo Park Patch.
The stumble-off begins at 6:30 p.m. at Taix (special parking rates apply, but, for something called the Tequila Crawl perhaps a cab... or feet?). The crawl will crawl through the neighborhood making stopping at Allston Yacht Club, El Compadre, Barragans and the Short Stop. The total walking mileage is... under a mile. MAP
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