Funky Happenings at The Trestle Inn

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The Trestle Inn has quite a few groovy events lined up this month. So if you’re into go-go dancers, caipirinhas, beer, DJ’s, karaoke or whiskey sours, we have some good news for you.

Tonight (Friday, February 5) from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m., you can join The Trestle Inn to celebrate the Brazilian Carnaval at their “Carnaval A Go Go” with Brazilian music including drumming by Xande Cruz, Samba performances by Alô Brasil and Phillybloco dancers, and DJs Lexx and Argo. “Trestle Special” Julia Disguise will be dancing go-go while you sip on drink specials like $8 Maison Leblon Reserva Especial and $7 Leblon caipirinha. There will be a $5 cash-only cover charge.

Then on Wednesday, February 10 from 9 p.m. to 12 a.m., Pizza Boy Brewing will be at The Trestle with $1 beer flights, featuring their Winter Farmhouse Ale,  Winter Warmer, and Honey Crisp Farmhouse Apple Tripel. Also that night, “Trestle Special” Daisy Kane will perform as j the audiophile spins funky grooves.

For Valentine’s Day weekend, the Trestle will “shine a little love” on the night with sappy 70s love songs and go-go by Lucy Diamonds. There will be specials like a $25 whiskey sour samplers with a choice of three sours in two flights (six cocktails), as well as a $15 snack pack featuring rosemary parmesan popcorn, a customer favorite. The Valentine’s event will go from 7 p.m. until 10 p.m. on Friday, February 12 and Saturday, February 13.

If you like to sing karaoke (or like watching other people do it), karaoke hostess Sara Sherr is bringing music from 60s and 70s artists like David Bowie and Diana Ross for The Trestle’s “Sing-a-long A Go Go.” For the brave, there will be a go-go box on stage for singers to stand on. And don’t worry, you won’t be alone. A Trestle Special go-go dancer will also be around to keep  the party going. Karaoke is scheduled for Wednesday, February 24 from 9pm-2am.

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