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Indochine goes goo-goo for Gaga

Post by Keegan Prosser on Aug. 20, 2010 at 1:35 pm | No Comments »
August 22, 2010 4:54 pm
"Gaga-inspired coktails"
Indochine bartender, Chad Sebring, created these three Gaga-inspired drinks for Saturday night. From left: the Disco stick, the Little Monster and Starstruck

Pop singer and fashion icon Lady Gaga is bringing her show to the Tacoma Dome Saturday night. And as her little monsters “Just Dance” the night away, you too, can get in on the action — for a fraction of the price.

In lieu of the concert, the bar at Indochine on Pacific Avenue is hosting a Lady Gaga night from 4 p.m. to midnight, Saturday night.

Bar patrons will be greeted with Gaga-esque music, Gaga-themed video clips and three Gaga-inspired cocktails. Click “more” for details.

Bartender Chad Sebring created the drinks, based off three Gaga outfits, earlier this week.

Here is what you can expect…

Disco stick: This bright red cocktail is made of luscious berries and rich citrus flavors. It comes with a spear of cherries (your own personal disco stick) that will keep you “begging for more.”

Little Monster: Tart, strong and blue in color, this mixed drink features Blue Curacao and Chambord (Mhmm… black raspberry) with a hint of lime. But be careful, you might turn into a little monster yourself!

Starstruck: A refreshing, smooth and slightly fruity drink with hints of ginger. The cocktail is gray in color, with a peppery bite, and has bamboo and cherry garnishes.

If you go…

What: Lady Gaga night

Where: The bar at Indochine; 1924 Pacific Ave., Tacoma

When: 4 p.m. to midnight, Saturday, Aug. 21

Admission: No cover; $7 for Gaga-inspired drinks (compared to the standard $8.50 for specialty drinks)

Info: For more information, call (253) 272-8200

(Editor’s note: This is a blog post from News Tribune features intern Keegan Prosser, who spent the summer writing for The News Tribune. Wish Keegan well, this is her last article for The News Tribune. Good luck, Keegan.)

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