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If you're a social-media maven with a discerning palate, be sure not to miss New Times' first Link Up party tonight at the Downtowner Saloon, 10 S. New River Drive East.

The party, which runs from 7 to 9 p.m., features free cocktails, appetizers, and Kona beer.

The Link Up is New Times' way of saying "thanks" for all the clicks, "likes," and tweets.

Just say "New Times" at the door to get full access to these gratis goodies.

If you want to skip the line, be sure to RSVP.

Can't wait until tonight to get your drink on? Try Downtowner's exclusive recipe for Link Up Lemonade in the meantime.

Link Up Lemonade

(Serves 1)

1. Light rum1 1/2 ounces light rum

2. Blue Curacao

3. Sour mix

Place 1 1/2 oz. light rum and two splashes of Blue Curacao in a tumbler.

Fill glass with sour mix.

Add ice to taste.

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