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Blind Lady Ale House arranged their fourth annual Townie bike ride this past Sunday. The bicycle crew took off on Adams Ave at 10am for an hour ride around neighborhoods in Uptown San Diego. All ages were welcome and represented. Our group was led by a vivacious team of elementary school students, energized to pedal through the streets. Safety first, every kid was sporting a helmet and used hand signals when making turns. A good lesson for all cyclists, we were impressed and encouraged by our young leaders. Good practices at young ages sets up a future of safe cyclists who are comfortable in riding their bikes around their city safely. Thanks, BLAH for bringing them out with their parents!

Blind Lady Ale House, or what we refer to as “BLAH,” has celebrated four years of blissful existence in bringing craft beer and local artisan food to San Diego (here’s to FOUR MORE YEARS!). Located in Normal Heights, BLAH exemplifies a restaurant dedicated to bringing community together and do their best at operating as sustainably as possible. They pride themselves in an extensive, local beer menu and they are family friendly. They have low-flow toilets and any given night, it is always bustling. All wood work is reclaimed materials and they host an array of events, particularly if they involve bicycles.  

Another fun fact about BLAH: they were the first restaurant to sign our Last Straw Pledge. In efforts to reduce the amount of single-use plastic waste stream which is prevalent in the food and beverage industry, BLAH simply only provides drinking straws to customers who request one.

High five to BLAH. We appreciate you and are looking forward to four more years.

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