Recession Recess at Bova Boca Tonight

Resident DJ Johnny Ramirez (pictured above) is gonna throw down against contender DJ Wady tonight at Ristorante Bova in Boca, where the Battle of the DJs takes off along with recession-proof vodka specials and $75 bottles of Orzel (Orzel was a WWII Polish submarine, OR, the "legendary vodka traditionally reserved for the elite," in case it's been awhile since you ran in those circles -- take your pick). 

Anyhoo, take a submarine ride in a sea of vodka tonight, beginning at 9, to the sounds of rockin' house thump. When you come up for air, Bova now offers an Oxygen Bar where you can "breathe easy." Sounds like fun, but the best part at Bova is always the food. Check out its haute nuevo Italian menu here.

Bova Ristorante
1450 N. Federal Hwy.
Boca Raton
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