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In San Antonio, There's a Ladies' Night For Every Lady



Tattooed Ladies' Night at Nightrocker Live. Photo by Essentials 210.
Organize the new week with these awesome ladies night specials for all the ladies in San Antonio, even during Spurs games. So if things ever get too tense and you need to drink it off/dance it off there is always a door (and bottle) open for you. Tuesday: Nightrocker Live 605 San Pedro 210-265-3573 Tattooed Ladies Night means a Burlesque performance, $0.50 tequila shots, and $2.50 Lone Stars. If you don’t have ink you’ll have to pay a $5 cover. Read: Tattooed Ladies' Night at Nightrocker Live Wednesday: Pat O’Brien’s 121 Alamo Plaza 210-220-1076 The most expensive a drink can be is $4, and most is $2. $5 cover gets you in. Graham Central Station 4902 Fredericksburg Rd 210-979-9303 Come in for free for $0.75 bar drinks and Bud/bud light till 11pm Bonds 007 Rock Bar 450 Soledad 210-225-0007 No cover charge for the downstairs bar and $1.50 Wells and $1.50 Pints. Thursdays: Cowboys Dance Hall 3030 NE Loop 410 @ I-35 210-646-9378 The weekend’s almost here so start early with $2.50 wells and domestic longnecks all night for no cover charge. Retox Bar 1031 Patricia Dr. 210-775-2886 Anything and everything on the bar is $3, and as always no cover. Speedway Bar 8811 Grissom Rd 210-509-8313 After the Spurs game its $2.50 wells, bottles, and pints, & $1.50 Ziegenbock pints for the ladies, No cover. Saturdays: Coyote Ugly Saloon 409 East Commerce 210-465-8459 A ladies night on the River Walk will get you $3 Coronas and $3 Amaretto Sours. Sundays: Brass Monkey 2702 N St. Mary’s 210-584-0103 Doors open at 10pm, no cover charge, and $2 gets you anything on the bar. But if Sunday fun day isn’t your thing Brass Monkey also does any day for different girls. Wine With A Twist Various Locations Painting with a Twist’s BYOB night will let you and your gal pals wind down before Monday while creating an intoxicating masterpiece. $35 for 2 hours and $45 for 3, all art supplies included.

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