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The Wine Rave Is Back, This Time In Chinatown

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If you missed out on the last Wine Rave—the classiest of raves—there's going to be another one, this time in Chinatown on Friday.Chinatown is full of gems (we're personally big fans of Melody Lounge). The next Wine Rave takes place at a restaurant called Golden Dragon, and event organizers are using the hashtag #onlywineforgives. This is a reference to the not at all cheery, set-in-Thailand, Ryan Gosling film Only God Forgives, according to Eater LA, and they're going for an "edgier" feel this time.

Wine Rave is also using the more uplifting hashtag #wineshotz4eva, which will be offered alongside the wine cocktails and Tsingtao beer.

The rave starts at 10 p.m. Golden Dragon is cash only.

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