Club Candids

Frenzy-free: easy like Sunday evening

Mill Avenue saw its fair share of action over the weekend with the Tempe Arts Festival and the Tempe Music Festival at the lake. But we decided to see what kind of crew rolled in after all the main events were over. So we headed down to Mill Avenue Cue Club on Sunday, March 30, to see who else was looking for a ride on the coattails of the city's big events. (Click here for more photos.)

The folks were sun-kissed and a little drowsy from being outdoors all day. Although we suspected there was some hair-of-the-dog drinking going on, it was a total relief to be rid of the frantic frenzy of a Friday or Saturday night. Everyone seemed content to have a couple of beers and shoot a few rounds of pool to distract themselves from the impending doom of Monday morning. We couldn't help but join in. After all, Sunday drinking is all about serenity.

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Lilia Menconi
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