Wine Tasting Party for Single Professionals
Singles Wine Tasting Party at Alibi Restaurant & Lounge
WineSocials.com and The Society of Single Professionals invite you to spend an elegant evening mingling with other mature single professionals at Alibi Restaurant & Lounge in the SOMA District. Taste a selection of wines from boutique wineries in California and elsewhere in the world within an intimate and upscale lounge whose warm and modern decor provides an elegant and comfortable environment for mingling. In between tastes, refresh your palate with specialty French appetizers, including an award-winning salmon mousse.
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