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Around this time of year the perpetual, inner party-hopper in us rears its head as we barrel around town attending all the glitzy fetes that pack our scribbled planner. And last night’s occurrences definitely were a holiday doozy for the books. Mission hotspot Freemans Sporting Club celebrated the season with Dossier Journal — and an all-out-dapper bang.
Seriously, so many put-together guys and gals filled up Eli Ridgeway Gallery for a fun night fueled by flowing drinks and, of course, good times. Lovely libations were served courtesy of Bar Agricole, Bon Vivants, and Scribe Winery, the tuneage was provided by Andrew Blazer and Maurice Ayers-Lee, with nibbles by Leif Hedendal. So, you’d better believe appetites were fulfilled while people explored the wonders of F.S.C.'s impeccable bespoke suits. See all the pretty faces that made it out — despite the chilly S.F. temps — after the jump!
Photo: Courtesy Of Freemans Sporting Club/Matthew Reamer
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