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285 West Broadway, New York, NY, 10013
nr. Canal St.
Leave it to the B&T set to f@$k up a club
By supafreakfly on 11/27/2004
If you like to go dancing this is not the place. The DJ broke out into Bon Jovi in the middle of the set and then started playing Eurythmics. People have no dance floor etiquette. Definitely skip this place if you are want to have a good time.
Sugar Hill Gang Siting Like No Other
By bethatway3 on 11/7/2004
Definately one of the top 5 nights spent in NYC, Sugar Hill Gang performed on stage making the crowd go absolutely wild... not to mention we were pulled on stage and danced with them!!!! My friends and I got a table right under the stage, danced all night with friendly... not pretentious people... shared bottles of Ketel One that seemed bottomless. I would recommend this to all for any occasion... we've decided we'll be throwing a bday party there in a couple of weeks! Definately the find of the year for me!
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