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Wednesdays Mean Midweek Ménage at the Mint

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If the haughty hotties serving spirits and working the door at The Mint in Scottsdale seem a bit more self-assured than normal these days, it's with good reason.

The posh Old Town playground was recently named one of the best new clubs in the nation by a leading industry publication, which probably pumped some air into their already-inflated egos.

Plus, they've launched Midweek Ménage, a swanky Wednesday night affair, which should help make the place even more popular amongst the well-heeled crowd.

The haute humpday hangout will offer smooth beats from a rotating lineup of guest DJs -- including Soulman, Tara Brooks, Knick Knack, and Richard Fraioli -- as well as elegant eats from chef Johnny Chu, and high-end handcrafted cocktails from the bar.

Half-price drinks and $2 discounts on the dining menu will also be available from 3 to 7 p.m. and again from 10 p.m. until last call.

-- By Benjamin Leatherman

Price: Free

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