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W Lounge

A Stir-ing Friday Night at W

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Start with a small, intimate bar, mix in one of the city’s best DJs, pour on a few hundred ounces of cocktails and you’ve got yourself a Stir-Friday at W Lounge (358 S. West Temple). This weekly event has been around for a little more than two years and has become a staple for Salt Lake City partygoers. Resident DJ and 2011 CWMA DJ of the Year DJ Flash & Flare hosts this always-bassy event. He has showcased other local talent and also big-name, out-of-town acts such as Kid Sister, Rye Rye, The Hood Internet and, coming up March 30, moombahton producer JWLS. Known for great music, W Lounge also offers a slew of organic beverages, including $3 beers and specialty shots like $4 blueberry bombs. It sounds easy enough, but not everyone can make a Stir-Friday—they’re only available at W Lounge.

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A Stir-Friday also includes a 2:1 ratio.

Ryker Garrett, Miha Moa, Mikenna Smith

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The Master & Commander himself.
W Lounge owner Casey Staker, Annika Lohrke

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Even at the club, Jesus is always with you.
Hipster Jesus, Vic Spikes, Melissa Hanlon

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Duck face was so 2011.
Jamie Mioshy, Chip Douglas, Celine Bouch

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