Killing It

TONIGHT AT 5PM AT BACCHUS! See who takes home the RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars Crown.


And drink a shot of tequila (all tequila is $5 today/tonight) every time RuPaul swears! Which queen will kill it tonight judged by a jury of their queers? BeBe, Trixie, Shangela, or Kennedy? How do you rank ‘em?

Who’s gonna stab who in the back? 


1-2 Punch

$5 Tequila & RuPaul

If you’ve heard of the Ides of March, you might know you’re supposed to beware of them.

Why? In ancient Rome, the Ides of March were equivalent to the ‘middle of the month*,’ to us, March 15. The Romans considered the Ides of March as a deadline for settling debts. But – for our modern world – if you’ve heard of the trivial Ides of March, it’s probably thanks to William Shakespeare. In his play Julius Caesar, a soothsayer attracts Caesar’s attention and tells him:

Beware the ides of March.

Caesar demands:

What man is that? Set him before me, let me see his face.

When the soothsayer repeats his warning, Caesar dismisses him, saying:

He is a dreamer; let us leave him. Pass.

Two acts later, Caesar is assassinated on the steps of the Senate.

In the play – and in reality – Julius Caesar was indeed assassinated on the ides of March – March 15 – in the year 44 B.C.

Who’ll be left standing after the final blow?

Spend some time with us today (NCAA Basketball). Tonight (RuPaul & Will & Grace). All tequila is $5 (every Thursday). Tomorrow VDJ Matt is on with Divas at 10PM. Saturday is St. Patty’s Day- and we invite you wear green and drink Killian’s Red.

Bacchus is your place for Booze, Music, Food and Fun!

*In the ancient Roman calendar, each month had an ‘Ides.’ In March, May, July, and October, the Ides fell on the 15th day. In every other month, the Ides fell on the 13th day.