San Francisco's powers that be are telling the city's bars that they oughta, ya know, maybe tamp down on the Super Bowl revelry by ditching hard alcohol and keeping tabs, so to speak, on their drunken patrons.
With the city's own 49ers slated to play in just over a week, it's an obvious concern, especially given last year's mayhem following the Giants' World Series win that saw 23 felony arrests and a city bus torched
"I suggest they serve something (other) than heavy alcohol during the times of celebration [assuming there is one]," said SF mayor Ed Lee. "We want the city to be both celebratory and safe for everyone."
As CBS reports
, San Francisco wants to make an especially good impression this year, because it's in the running to host the 2016 Super Bowl.
"We want to show the nation that our fans are high class and that we won't tear down the city," said one police spokesman.