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Written by: Esther Mobley
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Electric drills buzz, and the aroma of freshly released sawdust wafts through the air. Thad Vogler is sitting at a table near the entrance of Obispo, his rum bar that finally opens this weekend, three years after he purchased its $250,000 liquor license and five years after he first signed the lease.
“There’s no way this can’t be anticlimactic,” says Vogler.