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As of today, the Curry Up Now locations in San Francisco and Palo Alto have added low-alcohol cocktails and sangria, similar to the San Mateo location’s Mortar & Pestle bar. Both locations have also introduced another perk: You can now pay for dinner and drinks in Bitcoin.

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June 07, 2014, 05:33:31 AM
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As of today, the Curry Up Now locations in San Francisco and Palo Alto have added low-alcohol cocktails and sangria, similar to the San Mateo location’s Mortar & Pestle bar. Both locations have also introduced another perk: You can now pay for dinner and drinks in Bitcoin.

Awesome. San Francisco is an awesome city. I am not sure there is a more beautiful waterfront in the world. Nothing says living like a cup of coffee in Sausalito over looking the bay with the city in the distance.

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http://insidescoopsf.sfgate.com/blog/2014/06/06/bay-area-restaurants-experiment-with-bitcoin/

As of today, the Curry Up Now locations in San Francisco and Palo Alto have added low-alcohol cocktails and sangria, similar to the San Mateo location’s Mortar & Pestle bar. Both locations have also introduced another perk: You can now pay for dinner and drinks in Bitcoin.

Awesome. San Francisco is an awesome city. I am not sure there is a more beautiful waterfront in the world. Nothing says living like a cup of coffee in Sausalito over looking the bay with the city in the distance.
I'm sure it is a beautiful view and all but that city is ran by crooks and thieves and there's drug addicts roaming the streets like rabid dogs. If you ever get a chance, tune into the Michael Savage show as he lives there and goes into detail about how it is there. He's pretty entertaining too.
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http://insidescoopsf.sfgate.com/blog/2014/06/06/bay-area-restaurants-experiment-with-bitcoin/

As of today, the Curry Up Now locations in San Francisco and Palo Alto have added low-alcohol cocktails and sangria, similar to the San Mateo location’s Mortar & Pestle bar. Both locations have also introduced another perk: You can now pay for dinner and drinks in Bitcoin.

Awesome. San Francisco is an awesome city. I am not sure there is a more beautiful waterfront in the world. Nothing says living like a cup of coffee in Sausalito over looking the bay with the city in the distance.
I'm sure it is a beautiful view and all but that city is ran by crooks and thieves and there's drug addicts roaming the streets like rabid dogs. If you ever get a chance, tune into the Michael Savage show as he lives there and goes into detail about how it is there. He's pretty entertaining too.

Sadly yes. Beautiful city but blighted. You literally have to push your way past the shakedowns even at the airport.

Occasionally I can get Michael Savage on my radio in the evenings from New York or Chicago affiliates. I am not sure if it is being in the mountains here in western PA or what but after about 8:00 pm I can get stations from all over the east and midwest.

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