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Best Club Night, Wayne County

L!V Resto

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Historic Bricktown is a neighborhood we know a thing or two about — and you know what? — it really needed a good kick in the ass. We're happy to see our readers agree that L!V has provided a welcome infusion of nuanced nightlife opportunities. A reputable rotation of DJs (Sicari, Equad) make their way through the week. We've seen DJ battles, one hell of a St. Patty's party, and who could forget the official Fela! afterparty? When the votes came in, it was clear that Thursday's weekly house series Life at L!V is a clear fave. One recent Thursday night, they put on a Prince Party, which was advertised as a mature kind of soiree, a night of debauchery dedicated to Prince. Women got a free "Purple Drink." 

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