The best bar in San Diego is an unlicensed, makeshift bar nestled in Abby’s backyard. There are rules at Abby’s: no cell phones, not even to “look something up,” earning a seat at the bar takes time, and losing a challenge means drinking a limey, sugary “not-beer” drink.
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