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Barkada means “friends,” but it’s nothing like Central Perk in here. This hangout in Edmonds replaces coffee and muffins with Red Horse beer and musubi. Watch the Seahawks game while you chase pork sisig down with San Miguel Negra. If you’re not feeling beer, go with their ube horchata spiked with rum. There’s no leather couch like in the sitcom, but the fire pit outside will keep you and your friends cozy.

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