RiNo Art District now has a party bus for First Fridays

As the LoDo crowd continues to seep into RiNo, forming a mega-hood I’m going to call LoDoRiNoWhyTho, so too are the staples of their nightlife.

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As the LoDo crowd continues to seep into RiNo, forming a mega-hood I’m going to call LoDoRiNoWhyTho, so too are the staples of lower downtown nightlife.

Enter the Drink RiNo Circulator Bus.

Beginning this Friday, the bus will make the rounds in the neighborhood every First Friday from 5 p.m. to midnight, stopping at bars, restaurants, galleries and more. It will also run Saturdays from 2 to 10 p.m.

Stops for the inaugural run are not finalized, but will likely include 27th and Walnut, 30th and Walnut, Blackshirt Brewing Co. and 35th and Brighton.

This is great news on the not-drinking-and-driving front, but not great news if you hate when you’re having a drink at your favorite bar and suddenly 30 drunk people show up all at once.

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