Los Angelenos looking to get their drink on for a good cause will be glad to know about the 3rd Annual Santa Monica Pub Crawl, which kicks off Saturday, December 17, 2011. The pub crawl benefits the Westside Food Bank.
This year, crawlers are asked to pay a $10 donation/entrance fee, which allows access to drink and food specials at each official location, the Official After Party (details to come), and raffle prizes.
The Pub Crawl will include bars on Wilshire, 4th St., Broadway, Main St, the Pier and the Third Street Promenade. This year, there will be a SANTA Monica Pub Crawl Mobile App that people can download to get a complete list of bars, routes, specials, pub crawl updates and more. The Big Blue Bus will also be selling unlimited bus passes for $4.00 on the pub crawl Web site.
Know Before You Go:
Crawlers must dress in Santa/Holiday attire so the streets of Santa Monica will be filled with merry cheer.
Santa Monica Chamber of Commerce, Buy Local, Westside Food Bank & SPIN PR
3rd Annual SANTA Monica Pub Crawl
Saturday, December 17, 2011 at 5 PM
Minimum donation/entry fee of $10. The donation will provide participants with a wristband that offers discount food & drink specials at all of the participating locations and access to the Official After Party. A list of participating bars and the official pub crawl map will be announced on the official Web site at www.santamonicapubcrawl.com.
2011 BARS: Rusty's Surf Ranch, Big Dean's, Old Kings Head, Pourtal Wine Bar, Brittania, Harvelle's, W. 4th Jane, Wokcano, Main on Main, Yankee Doodles, Cabo Cantina, Renee's, V Lounge, Angel's Piano Bar, Sonny McCleans, SOUTH, O'Briens Irish Pub on Main, Circle Bar, O'Briens on Wilshire, Joe's Pizza
2011 SPONSORS: Santa Monica Chamber of Commerce, Buy Local, Jack FM, Santa Monica Daily Press, Santa Monica Mirror, Big Blue Bus, Yellow Cab, Yelp.com, MenusGoMobile, Skuuzi, VivaLAFoodies.com
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