Girls! Girls! Girls! A wise man once said, "put ya number on this paper cause I would love to date ya, and free drinks help the cause!" ... or something like that. Anywho, it looks like if you're of the female persuasion, on virtually any day of the week, you can step out with your girlfriends and get tanked all through the streets of Denver. That's right, here's your round-up of the best places in the city offering free drinks to women this week. Don't say we never gave you anything!
Wednesday nights feature "Check-In Wednesdays" at Rockstar Lounge. A play on the four-square phenomenon that will enter each gal who "checks in" at the venue into a contest to win bottle service and VIP treatment. The drinks are most definitely free, stiff, and will last all night. DJ Denco is behind the wheels of steel at this party.
Thursday nights at Lavish Lounge is where you can find DJ Bedz keeping the jams in heavy rotation for all the imbibing lovely ladies. This is an all-night party for sure, but ladies only drink free from 9 to midnight.
Also on Thursday nights, if you're looking for a variety of jams (gangsta, disco, and boogie) as well as solid drinks for free, you may look no further than Chances Bar & Grille. A bit off the beaten path of party central, its tucked away location is a perfect opportunity to dance the night away for super cheap. Selector Sam, DJ Arsenal, DJ Mimi da Masala, DJ Comatoast, DJ Thoery, and Nofrendo will provide the jams.
This Friday only, Club Sutra will host a drinking soiree that's being called a "farewell celebration to college students, so REAL adults can party again" get down. Ladies pay no cover until 11:30 p.m., and the drinks are said to be free just as long. Sounds provided by KDJ Above.
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