Dive on Fifteenth pouring free drinks Friday

Tryst is gone, but one of its traditions lives on at its replacement at 1512 Larimer Street, now known as Dive on Fifteenth: the Everyone-Drinks-Free event.

From 7 to 9 p.m. Friday, April 30, the bar promises: "Everyone drinks free. Women drink free. Guys drink free. You drink free. We all drink free! No cover -- free means free. Well, wine, beer and strawberry-infused vodka.... Free shots at 7 p.m. = danger zone start to the night!"

And If you can't make it to1512 Larimer Street before 9 p.m., "No worries," the bar promises. "Drinks are only $3 from 9 p.m. to 10 p.m., so no one has to experience sticker shock!"

And there's one last deal at Dive on Fifteenth tomorrow: If you want to roll VIP, you can order the Poor Man's Bottle Service: "flask of jack/jamo, 6 pack of PBR and 4 cigs starting at $55."


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