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Monday, February 13, 2012

Where to drink on Valentine's Day

Posted By on Mon, Feb 13, 2012 at 6:19 PM

Happy Valentine's Day!
  • Happy Valentine's Day!

If you have a date and need a place to take him/her, read this.

If you don't have a date, all you need really need to properly celebrate is a not-lame place to drink another uneventful Feb. 14 away.

The Falcon is hosting a Single & Proud night on Feb. 14, with half-off drinks for all the ladies. Why no drink specials for men? Per the event listing: "Due to the male–female income disparity in the United States, there will not be a 'single man' drink specials since statistically you can afford full price drinks."

You could also join the Forever Alone, Together pub crawl starting at 10 p.m. on Valentine's Day at Paradise in the Mills 50 district.

If you don't want to be hung over all day Wednesday, you could hit the There Will be Words #10: Valentine's Edition at Urban Rethink, at which prose writers and poets will bare their souls for your Valentine's Day entertainment. Yes, there will be words, but there also will be beer and wine available for sale, so if the words make you sad, you can just drink until you can't really understand them anymore.

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