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"Cocktail Cupid" Valentines Day singles party at Andaz Wall Street

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For those looking to make a love connection on February 14th, they can look no further than Bar Se7en 5ive at Andaz Wall Street from 8 p.m. thru midnight.

Admission to the event is free. Bar Se7en 5ive’s resident wingman, Cocktail Cupid will be serving the night’s signature drink, The Wrecking Ball (fourteen dollars), which is made of strawberry simple syrup, Ketel One, fresh lime juice and champagne. Guests, that spot someone they like, can purchase The Wrecking Ball drink from the Cocktail Cupid who will personally deliver it while discreetly pointing out who the admiring sender is. Connection Caddies will also be placed throughout the bar, filled with vintage valentines to fill out that the Cocktail Cupid can send with the drink. To cap the night off, anyone who sends The Wrecking Ball to a crush will be entered in a raffle to win one of three prizes: One-night stay at Andaz Wall Street with breakfast in bed the next morning, bar tab for the night to be on the house (up to $100), or a cooking lesson for two with the hotel’s Executive Chef, Victor Cruz (to be redeemed at a later date). Three total raffle winners will be selected. Winners must be present at time of the drawing.

The address is 75 Wall Street. Enter Bar Se7en 5ive from at the corner of Wall Street and Water Street


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