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Club Hard

133-35 Roosevelt Ave, New York New York NY United States

Club Hard is Queens new club complete with 2 bars and a sound system to rock the hardest of revelers. Hard features today’s brightest stars and NYC’s most notorious DJ’s

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Madame X

94 W.Houston btw Thompson & La, New York New York NY United States

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Beauty Bar

231 East 14th St., New York New York NY United States
212-539-1389

The original Beauty Bar served its first cocktail in the spring of 1995 at the former “Thomas Beauty Salon.” Paul Devitt found the forty year old salon, and converted it into a one of a kind beauty “saloon.” The ever-eclectic crowd now gathers under the chrome-domed hair dryers where blue-haired ladies were groomed and gossipped […]

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Stephen C. O’Connell Center

Suite 1232 Gale Lemerand Dr. & W. University Ave., Gainesville Florida New York New York NY United States
352.392.5500

Stephen C. O’Connell Center The Stephen C. O’Connell Center is a multipurpose facility located on the corner of Gale Lemerand Drive and Stadium Road on the University of Florida campus. It is used by the university and surrounding community for classes, recreation, and entertainment events. Additionally, the O’Connell Center is home to several varsity sports, […]

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Dallas BBQ Square

241 W 42nd St, New York New York NY United States
212-221-9000

The year is 1936 and Carl and Grace Wetanson open a “Grace’s Hot Dog Restaurant” that began a four generation family-run restaurant operation. The historic “Wetson’s Hamburger” icon chain grew in the 1960′s to almost 100 units dotting the landscape of New York City and surrounding areas. The 1980′s brought Dallas BBQ and the 1990′s […]

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Metropolitan Opera House

Lincoln Center, New York New York NY United States
212-362-6000

Metropolitan Opera House The Metropolitan Opera was founded in 1883. The first Metropolitan Opera House was built on Broadway and 39th Street by a group of wealthy businessmen who wanted their own opera house. In the company’s early years, the management changed course several times, first performing everything in Italian (even Carmen and Lohengrin), then […]

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