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East Palo Alto's nightlife heats up

Quattro launches BYTEnights

Upscale Italian restaurant Quattro, located inside East Palo Alto's Four Seasons Hotel, has announced the launch of a new after-hours series. Starting on Thursday, Oct. 22, BYTEnights will feature specialty cocktails, light appetizers, valet parking and music by DJ Kenfused.

The weekly Thursday night series begins at 8:30 p.m. and runs until 11:30 p.m. through Dec. 17. There is no cover charge.

Other perks of the series include prizes for those who use the hashtag #BYTEnights to share photos from their night out. To learn more, go to quattrorestaurant.com.

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