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Wicked Garden taps into table keg service

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While there are quite a few clubs in town that offer bottle service, Wicked Garden (1403 Larimer Street) might be the first on the block to offer table keg service. So instead of dropping a few hundred bucks a bottle of hooch and some mixers in an upscale LoDo club, you could chip in with some friends (or better yet, just bring your whole frat or sorority) and get a quarter keg (aka pony keg) of domestic beer for $140. The only catch is that you have to reserve the keg with a credit card two days before you plan to come in. They'll even toss in the red plastic Solo cups.

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