Cinco de Mellow
After two weeks without partying, we decided to ease back into the club circuit by taking it slow. Club Candids skipped out on total Cinco de Mayo craziness and hit up a local favorite, the Hidden House, on Saturday, May 5. (Click here for more photos.) The super-casual atmosphere was perfect for the evening's lay-low attitude. Apparently, we weren't the only ones who wanted to avoid margaritas and mariachis, because the place maintained a steady flow of folks looking to park it at the bar, get plowed and play pool.
The jukebox blared everything from metal to hip-hop, keeping the mixed crowd happy. Luckily for us, the photos came easy, as there were a handful of New Times fans who were pumped to get their pictures taken. It was a night of chill chatting and no drama definitely not the most eventful Club Candids, but it was just what we wanted.
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