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We’re pretty sure that Napoleon Dynamite and Deb left Preston, Idaho to slow dance under the silver stars, tinsel, and disco ball at this Mission bar. If you’d rather forget about prom - or the ’80s for that matter - you can just get a few cheap, solid drinks at the bar. And when the themed rock, salsa, indie pop, or reggaeton dance parties don’t inspire you to bust out your awkward moves, they have a mix of concerts, too. Maybe the band will play a cover of Napoleon’s favorite Jamiroquai song if you’re lucky.

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