MiniBAR's patio party and Denver Nuggets stimulus package go hand-in-hand

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MiniBAR, the subterranean Cherry Creek hot spot recently opened by Bill Ward and Michel Wahaltere at 222 Columbine Street, is holding its patio launch party tonight from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m., but the tiny bar with the really big patio is also doubling as a Denver Nuggets fan bar and TV viewing pad for game six of the Western Conference Finals between the Nuggets and that other team we won't mention.

As part of the bar's Denver Nuggets Stimulus Cheering Package, you can imbibe $3 Nuggets martinis and mojitos, $3 Rocky's beer (Coors Light, Blue Moon and Corona) and $3 glasses of wine, plus nosh on $4 snacks, including deviled eggs, dates, Cajun nuts and crostini.

Trash-talking the Lakers is free and highly encouraged.

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