While the rest of Scottsdale were welcoming the dawn of 2011 with block parties, bizarre bonanzas, and beer-soaked bashes, the folks over at the Rogue were spending their New Year's Eve in a far more subdued fashion.
That's not to say the party wasn't popping at the south Scottsdale dive, it's just that there weren't any massive throngs of humanity climbing over one another for a drink or a spot on the dance floor.
Instead, local bands Super Stereo and Kongos provided the soundtrack while patrons popped open PBRs and quaffed other adult beverages while enjoying the final fleeting moments of 2010.
Take a look-see at who was in attendance by feasting your eyes on this week's Club Candids slideshow.
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