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‘Felix Hernandez was in there two nights before he threw his perfect game’

How has the business of Pike/Pine clubs changed and what do Monday nights have to do with it? The Seattle Weekly’s Eric Grandy explains:

Monday nights aren’t typically busy at nightclubs. Along with Sundays, they’re often promoted as “industry nights,” with discounts for service employees on reprieve from work. But at Moe Bar and Barboza, and now at Chop Suey, Mondays have become a lucrative prize.

“If you don’t have to get up at the crack o’ dawn, it’s the place to be on Monday,” says Neumos co-owner Steven Severin. “[There’s] a bunch of sexy-looking people all wanting to dance and have a good time. We got a ton of ballplayers. Felix Hernandez was in there two nights before he threw his perfect game.”

You can read the whole thing here.

 


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