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Metro Times Vodka Vodka

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Refuse, Resist, Drink! Vodka Vodka returns for its 4th year as Detroit’s premier Vodka-tasting party. Guests will enjoy a vast assortment of vodkas and vodka-infused cuisine to sample, plus DJ entertainment. 

Tickets are $45 advance or $50 at the door (if available). Admission includes 10 drink tickets and unlimited food samples. A portion of proceeds to benefit Camp Casey. Adults 21 and over are welcome. Vodka Vodka sold out the past two years and is sure to be the do-not-miss event of the winter season again!

Details at metrotimes.com/vodkavodka.

Vodka Vodka is brought to you by the Metro Times, the fine folks who created Decadence, Pig and Whiskey, Blowout and the Best of Detroit Party! Metro Times is Michigan’s largest weekly alternative newspaper for news, nightlife, arts, culture, music, film, food, fashion and more. Over 600,000 loyal readers pick up Metro Times to find out who to see, what to do and where to go each month.


Source: Metro Times

JenM January 15, 2013 at 07:53 PM
Oh only ten shots of vodka, I feel so much better. Is everyone drinking being escorted, or can we sue the Metro Times for all these dangerously drunk people?
MT January 15, 2013 at 08:26 PM
Where did I state that we serve 10 shots of vodka? I said samples, including cocktails and mixed drinks. Please read through the event description and my comment before you reply and hurl slanderous accusations. We take important and necessary precautions when one of our events serves alcohol to adults, including hiring responsible bartending staff, offering non-alcoholic options and encouraging attendees to secure designated drivers if they are drinking. It is unfortunate that you have negative feelings toward events and/or venues in downtown Royal Oak. You will find our events to be fun and safe, and we look forward to bringing the event to Royal Oak for the 4th year.
Bob January 15, 2013 at 09:15 PM
What a bunch of sticks in the mud!
Alex Rodriguez January 18, 2013 at 01:38 PM
I think it's great for the community to have events like this brings people together and network does not have to be a negative but postive.
Mark Eshelby January 26, 2013 at 04:02 AM
I have no issue with local events at the market as long as they are run responsibly and respect the local area. Unfortunately this event (and its predecessors) have a sound system that way overpowered for what is essentially a shed and all that the neighbours can hear is the obnoxiously loud bass system shaking our houses and cars. Music is great and live events even more so but please respect your neighbours And ditch the nightclub sound system for these kind of events. Otherwise the residents may request the city to deny future events such as this.

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