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Best Patios for Springtime Libations

There are few things better than sipping a frosty adult beverage under the warm springtime sun (maybe the bartender’s even perched an umbrella between the ice cubes). After a long day smashing soft April snow, reward yourself with some afternoon relaxation at one of these outdoor watering holes.
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