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Skillman Avenue Pub Crawl Another Big Hit

Claret and Oktoberfest

Oct. 15, 2013 Staff Report

A big crowd turned out for the Skillman Avenue Oktoberfest pub crawl on Saturday.

The event was the second Oktoberfest held by a group of Skillman Ave. bars and restaurants located between 46th and 51st Street.

The participating bars and restaurants were: The Dog and Duck, Claret Wine Bar, Flynn’s Garden Inn, Quaint Bistro, Murphy’s Bar, Cafe Marlene, The Brogue, Aubergine Café and the Copper Kettle.

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punk hatr

funny you used the words “big hit” – how many of these alcoholics went home and hit a loved one?


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