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Bogey’s In Clearfield: Not Bogus
Bogey’s in Clearfield (22 E. 200 South) is a great place to hang every day of the week, but if you’re in the “industry” of clubs or bars, then Tuesday night is the time to come in for great deals on drinks. Karaoke with “the crazy Brit” is on the menu, along with super cheap pitchers, proving this place to be the real deal for a working stiff.

College Night Jams: Maramalade District Hotness
Club Jam (751 N. 300 West) has turned the city on to what real gay clubs are about with a snazzy interior, liquor (if you hadn’t heard) and great theme nights like Gay College Night on Tuesdays featuring beer pong, a free weenie barbecue and no cover! Stop into the Marmalade district’s hottest bar and see for yourself.

Bar-X: X-ed Out
After 77 years and tens of thousands of beers, the Bar-X Inn in Salt Lake City closed its doors for good Friday, July 9. The venue famous for serving beer, good times and putting the first bar on 200 South was packed for its farewell. Join the hundreds of fans on the Facebook page started to commemorate the bar; search for “Fans of the Bar X.”

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Hot Shots from Bar-X:
1. Facebook Bar-X group founder Doug Bybee with Greg Miya
2. Sara Wanass, Hilary Musgrove
3. Suzanne Brody, Daryl Severson, Matt Bennett

We want to keep Utah up to speed on local nightlife. Submit tips about club openings, closures, remodels, special events, drink recipes and noteworthy changes to comments@cityweekly.net.

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