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Mile High Pub Crawl kicks off this Saturday

 
Looking to break up the monotony of the weekend and get out and meet new people? This Saturday, January 30, is the launch of the Mile High Pub Crawl. This pub crawl is unique in that it will happen every month with various themes at different neighborhoods throughout the city.
 
Saturday’s theme is centered on the sports enthusiast, so make sure to show up in your favorite team jersey or in that old cheerleading outfit from college. The cost of the pub crawl is $15 and patrons will receive four drink tickets for the four bar event. This month the Mile High Pub Crawl takes place in the heart of LoDo.
 
Starting at 7:30PM crawlers will meet at Tryst, 1512 Larimer Street. Tryst is a great starting place. From the soft lighting to the sophisticated regulars it is no wonder that it has been named one of the best lounges in Denver. At 9PM the crowd will stagger over to 24K, 1414 Market Street. The once private bottle service VIP club has now opened its doors to the general public. The Sportsbook, 1434 Blake Street, is a great third stop on the sports themed pub crawl. If you’re going in a big group or just feel like making some new friends fast order up one of their beer towers and let the fun flow freely.  The final stop of the night, and sure to be the blurriest, is the Oak Tavern, which is located right below 24K. Oak Tavern, the former Monarch, is newly and beautifully remodeled.
 
If you haven’t been to any of these LoDo favorites this would be the perfect opportunity to check them out. Next month the theme will be Mardi Gras based, details coming shortly. Check in for the event starts at 7PM at Tryst and will continue until 9PM or until they run out of admission badges.
For more info: Make sure to follow me on twitter: MileHighBunny. If you have comments, questions, or suggestions feel free to email me at Milehighbunny@gmail.com

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