Downtown Living Now: Weeknight Warriors

Ignore those commuter bus crowds: Downtown’s not dead after 5 p.m.
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Illustration by Björn Öberg

> Get into some robot-served Japanese tiki cocktails and karaoke at Tokyo Kitty, where they say “memories are painted neon […] and your inner extrovert comes out to play.” Trust us, you’ll remember more of those Disney tunes than you think. 575 Race St., thattokyobar.com

> Tap into your imaginative side at the Contemporary Arts Center’s Art Lab Nights. Every Wednesday and Friday from 5 to 9 p.m., unwind and create, picking up tips along the way from CAC’s rotating artist in residence. 44 E. Sixth St., contemporaryartscenter.org

> Lucky you, you live in one of Broadway Across America’s 32 U.S. cities, bringing acclaimed theater to the Aronoff Center. You know what that means? Hamilton! The Tony Award–winning show runs February 19–March 10. 650 Walnut St., cincinnatiarts.org/aronoffcenter

> You’ll have to wait until next summer, but it’ll be worth it. Zen out with free Modo Yoga classes, hosted on Smale Riverfront Park’s Schmidlapp Event Lawn. (Family fun nights at Carol Anne’s Carousel are all year.) 100 Ted Berry Way, cincinnatiparks.com/smale-riverfront-park

> At Queen City Exchange, just like the stock market, you can scoop up cheap suds when demand dips (for real, though: drinks are “dynamically priced”). Gather your all-star team of know-it-alls for weekly trivia night. 32 W. Court St., queencityexchange.com

 

 

 

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