Pay R50 for a night on the town - entry plus 2 cocktails, original price R120, at Club Coyote (save 58%)

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In a Nutshell

  • R50 for entry and 2 cocktails
  • Great vibe, awesome beats
  • Top DJs & bartenders
  • A mystical night to remember

The Fine Print

  • Choice of 6 preselected cocktails
  • Voucher valid on Fri & Sat, 1 night only
  • Voucher redeemable for 3 months
  • Groupons only issued once deal closes
  • Groupons can only be redeemed once deal has closed
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If you type ‘Club Coyote’ into Google, you won’t find more than a Facebook page. Suddenly you’re hooked. Intrigued. What is Club Coyote?

Not much is known about this vibey hangout. Shrouded in mystery, not even undercover sleuths could recover the down-low on Club Coyote. Their covers were blown by their IDs and they were denied entry. Note to team: In future, use detectives over 21. So how DO the fortunate elite get in? Well, for today only you can buy this Groupon worth R120 for only R50, giving you a free pass into this hollow of awesome people as well as two cocktails off a specially selected list of six .

Here’s what the spies could establish from their hiding spot behind the ‘keep Joburg clean’ rubbish bins. Only if dressed smart-casually are you admitted into the mystical realms of Club Coyote. Jeans and t-shirts AY, vests and headgear NAY. Rumour has it they have some of the hottest bar tenders in Jozi and a dance floor with DJs that’ll turn beats bound to get even guys hiding out behind ‘keep Jozi clean’ bins let loose.  If you’re daring and curious make use of today’s Groupon and go experience the flavourful ambience of Club Coyote first hand..

It’s bound to be a night to remember. Or not, depending on the potency of those lip-smacking cocktails. I

Club fact #152: The first club opened in 1868 in an abandoned fish pond in Lord Haribashni’s backyard. The evening’s activities involved a vibey game of ‘go fish’, eating fish and chips and drinking large glasses of pure milk known as ‘fish bowls’. The Fish Pond closed down in 1993 when Lord Haribibashni’s wife, Dame Haribibashninini, won a gold fish in a lucky draw.

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