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The only SF neighborhoods to get new liquor licenses will surprise you

So, where can you get a drink in this town? Despite a high-profile love affair with craft liquor, San Francisco has a slightly odd relationship with liquor licenses, those golden tickets that empower the slinging of over the counter hooch. Thanks to a weird set of laws and some generous grandfathering in our grandfathers’ day, the city already has more than twice as many licenses as we’re technically allowed.
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