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Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Celebrate the End of Movember With a Mustache-Waxing Party at Comstock Saloon

Posted By on Wed, Nov 21, 2012 at 8:45 AM

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Whiskey Waxing Mustache and Beard Competition

When: Weds., Nov. 28, 6-9 p.m.

Where: Comstock Saloon

Cost: $10 donation at the door; food at menu prices.

The rundown: If you or someone you know is growing a majestic mustache for Movember and feel like getting some credit, head over to Comstock Saloon. Next Wednesday, the North Beach bar will be hosting a competition to see who has the best mustache and beard, as well as who has the best whiskey-drinking style. Whiskey-themed prizes will be awarded to first place, second place, and honorable mention.

See also:

- Donate One Warm Coat, Scarf a Sweet Treat

Contestants can register by emailing owner Jonny Raglin at jonny@comstocksaloon.com. All gawkers should RSVP, by emailing their name and number of people in their party to rsvpsf@wagstaffworldwide.com by November 28 at noon.

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