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X-Wife’s Place's Bloody Mary & Jam's Superstar Karaoke 

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Bloody Good
For 50 years and counting, X-Wife’s Place (465 S. 700 East) has maintained a loyal following among folks who appreciate its casual, no-fuss environment. Originally the product of divorce, the mid-town club has helped establish many new relationships over games of pool, pitchers of beer and orders of its made-from-scratch take on the classic Bloody Mary.

X-Wife’s “Kick-Ass Bloody Mary”
1 ounce vodka
1/2 ounce tequila
Dash Tabasco Dash
Sriracha
Salt and pepper
Minced horseradish,
Special Spice blend.
Garnish with lemon, lime, olives and pickled asparagus.

Club Jam Jams: Superstar Karaoke
Jam (751 N. 300 West) fills up every Wednesday with host Brian Gordon for karaoke. Get ahead of the rest of the kids by selecting songs early at RequestKaraoke.com.

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X-Wife’s Hot Shots:
1. Tiffany Johnson, Mac Clezy
2. Todd Merrick
3. Jamie Lester, Dann Farr

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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