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I See You Baby, Shakin’ That Ass

By Thursday night you’re so ready to party. The problem: You live in Boca, Palm Beach, Delray, or some other part of our SoFla county trifecta. What you want: A night club scene like you could find in South Beach, but without the daunting hour’s drive home. Your solution: Thursday nights at Matrix (Club Boca, 7000 Palmetto Park Rd., Boca Raton).

This partyplex can keep you and 1,999 of your closest friends happy until 3 a.m. with its eclectic mix of entertainment options. Workweek got you stressed out? Let a professional pamper you in club’s massage station. Is your girlfriend pissed because you internalize all of your emotions? Use your stoic nature to your advantage at the blackjack and Texas Hold ´Em tables. And if you just need to shake out your workweek aggression with a whole lotta dancin’ – well, hell, they got that too. If that’s still not enough to tantalize you into leaving your couch (and you really should, by the way… a permanent indentation of your body is starting to form in it), let’s try this: free cocktails. Yes! It’s like an early-bird special for young people. Get there between 10 and 11 p.m. and you get free door cover for the night and complimentary cocktails until the clock strikes 11:01; then it’s drink specials until midnight and outrageous giveaways all night long. Each week they’re giving away an eight-day European vacation to one lucky lady. (Psst. 7,000! That could be you!) After 11 the cover is $12 for ladies and $15 for dudes. The best part? No long drive home. Check it out at www.nightclubicon.com.
Thursdays, 2008

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