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Make Mine a Single: Valentine’s Parties Where You Don’t Need a Date

Who needs a stinkin’ significant other anyway? Here’s a list of parties where all the single ladies (and gentlemen) can party this Valentine’s Day weekend. Now, to quote Beyoncé, put your hands up. Oh, oh, oh.

Valentine’s Day Singles Awareness Night
When: Saturday, February 14.
Where: Multiple locations.
Time: 9 PM.
Price: $35.
Details: Pub crawl with stops in Georgetown, Capitol Hill, and Dupont Circle.

Valentine’s Day Party
When: Saturday, February 14.
Where: Crystal City Sports Pub.
Time: 8 PM.
Price: Free.
Details: Drink specials.

Valentine’s Day Mixer and Singles Party
When: Saturday, February 14.
Where: Midtown Lounge.
Time: 7 PM.
Price: $10.
Details: $5 beer, wine, and rail drinks.

Cupid’s Revenge
When: Saturday, February 14.
Where: McFadden’s.
Time: 8 PM.
Price: $20.
Details: Open bar, live music, a raffle, and gift bags to the first 100 people.

Forget Romance, Let’s Drink
When: Saturday, February 14.
Where: Gazuza.
Time: 9 PM.
Price: Free.
Details: Black attire recommended.

Shred Your Ex, Find Your Next
When: Saturday, February 14.
Where: The Bottom Line.
Time: 8 PM.
Price: Free.
Details: $2.50 Miller Lite bottles, $3 shooters.

Singles Mingle Party
When: Saturday, February 14.
Where: Buffalo Wing University.
Time: 7 PM.
Price: Free.
Details: drink specials throughout the night.

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