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Club Candids: Cheap Thrills at Black Forest Mill

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Well, it happened. Cheap Thrills is going weekly.

Much to the rejoice of Valley scenesters, there's now a weekly spot to head to for strong drinks, dancing, loud music and general debauchery. Black Forest Mill restaurant-turned-dance club is the prefect venue for this kind of night. They've got a big dance floor, multiple bars, a back patio for smoking, bathrooms that have toilet seats and tons of booths perfect for drunken gropings.

Not to mention, it's an event brought to you by DJ Jared Alan so you can count on a crowd every damn week (see for yourself in the slideshow).

Cheap Thrills at Black Forest Mill every Saturday night, 4900 E. Indian School Rd in Phoenix, 602-840-4000, www.bfmrestaurant.com.


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