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Club Candids: The Tavern on Mill

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During hot summer days, Mill Avenue is easy to navigate- you can easily find an unoccupied meter on Mill, and the lines in bars and restaurants aren't too long thanks to ASU students going home between semesters. The same cannot be said for weekend summer nights, as certain Mill hotspots are just as crowded as when school is in session.

One such place is The Tavern on Mill, which attracted a gorgeous set of coeds on Saturday, July 28. Guys enjoyed drink specials while girls danced to their favorite indie rock and hip hop songs.

We cut a rug with a tiara-sporting birthday girl, a male stripper, guys wearing ASU shirts, and tons of folks that weren't a wink over 25 years old. Check out the fun in this week's Club Candids.

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