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Risky Business
Every month, local LGBT friendly neighborhood bar Club Try-Angles (251 W. 200 South), hosts a soiree for the unabashed. On Oct. 16, patrons are encouraged to strip down to their unmentionables and shimmy the night away to DJ Dennis’ ‘80s-pop mix.

Strange Brew: The Green Pig
Former Port O’Call manager Bridget Gordon’s new venture swept away the ghosts of Cabana Club with a joint that prizes pigskin over dueling pianos. Monday night football at The Green Pig (31 E. 400 South) features $3 spaghetti dinners and various drink specials. Tuesdays are college nights with inexpensive drink-plus-shot combos and live acts take up residency Wednesdays through Saturdays. Sundays are Fundays with a brunch/ lunch buffet from 10 to 2 as well as football appropriate drink specials. Go pig-out any time: The bar is open during the day for great pub fare and pints.

Rootbeer Minderasers
In addition to a killer vegetarian-friendly menu, The Green Pig also serves a mean twist on a soda-fountain favorite courtesy of owner Bridget Gordon.

1 oz. Three Olives Rootbeer Vodka
3/4 oz. Chapala Coffee Liquer
Soda water
Serve on the rocks in a tumbler

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1. Corey O’Brien, Gillian Rawcliffe at The Green Pig
2. Emily Trujillo, Kyle Nicholson at The Green Pig
3. Bridget Gordon at The Green Pig

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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