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Russian Nights @ The Depot, Club Vegas' Birthday & Fun @ Bar Named Sue 

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Wodka and Women: Depot Imports the Russians
There are the Mexican-themed nights, “Ladies’ Nights” and now—finally!—“Russian Nights” with vodka drink specials, as hard to believe as that may be. It’s a night “dedicated to the beautiful Russian community here in SLC.” San Francisco-via-Russia DJ D: Russo will be spinning along with local DJ Timone at The Depot (400 W. South Temple) Friday night.

Club Vegas: Annual Birthday Bashing
6 p.m. is the time to cue up for free barbecue and the beginning of a night of pure mayhem with the annual Sir Smooth and Still-Born Birthday show. Neutral Boy, Tough Tittie and Vengeance also share the bill for this event on Saturday, May 15, at Club Vegas (445 S. 400 West).

A Bar Named Sue: Basement Bliss
Downtown is a long drive for some. Fortunately, the East Bench offers a bar just off Highland Drive and 3900 South. A Bar Named Sue is home to everything free but the drinks: free pool, free darts, free jukebox and free eye candy. Gorgeous guys and gals pack this place every weekend night to party. Live music five nights a week, including Solid Gold on Saturdays and Neil and Spencer (from Royal Bliss) doing a stripped-down set Tuesday nights. Thursdays and Mondays give you a chance to shine, too, with karaoke nights.

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A Bar Named Sue Hot Shots:
1. Bret Thompson
2. Solid Gold
3. Bryce Astill and B-day girl Beverly Stachowiak

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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