Lucky’s Garage will host its first-ever ladies night on Dec. 20, an evening that will feature special drinks and an all-female comedy cast.

Patrons who purchase the special $5 Tab-tinis and $5 Pink Panty Pull Downs will also be helping out the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. $1 from each drink sold will be donated to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. Drinks will be served by the cast of “Tab girls” and are available until 10 p.m. The all-female comedy cast will perform at 9 p.m.

“We have a history in our four short months of charity-based events,” said Tony Daniel, owner & operations manager. “It’s important to give back to our community.” 

“We’ve hosted ‘Cuts for a Cause’ events where patrons can get a free haircut with donation to charity and held a free health screening with Nashville CARES and the Davidson County Health Department.” Daniel added. “We’ve also partnered with Nashville CARES to promote safer sex to our customers since the day we opened.”

There is no cover charge for this event and Lucky’s Garage is regularly open Tuesday through Sunday with no cover charge. Tuesday through Friday also features a happy hour from 5 to 8 p.m. with 2 for 1 well drinks and $2 domestic drafts.

Events later in the week also promise fun with the “Head Mechanic Strip Off“ amateur strip show finals on Thursday, Dec. 21 and Lucky’s La Cage holiday show on Friday, Dec. 22. The Lucky’s La Cage cast also performs at 10:30 p.m. and 12:30 a.m. on Saturday.

Lucky’s Garage is located near the intersection of Church Street and 14th Avenue, next to Hustler Hollywood. The entrance to the club is on the alley and faces Church Street. Free secure parking for the club is located at the back of the building.

Prospective Lucky’s customers can sign up for regular emails that will notify them of the club’s weekly and special events. For more information about Lucky’s or to sign up for the email list visit the website at www.luckysnashville.com.

This article has been republished from Out & About Nashville, and was part of a series of first-person pieces written by the late Bobbi Williams.

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