Examples of clubby in a Sentence
the clubby world of New York's social elite
new in town, she was hoping some of her clubbier coworkers might show her the city's hot spots
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The crowd at Vivid Live is dotted with a few older professional types and young, clubby-looking guys and girls probably just along for some adult mayhem.
John Mellencamp moved into one of the most dramatic spaces, the first-floor condo that had once housed the Indianapolis 500 Room for elegant dining and its clubbier cousin of a bar, the McHale Room.
Swing rhythms, colorful brass lines, brief night-clubby piano solos and a general air of musical abandon amid rhythmic precision were part of the mix.
The Mess was a clubby dining space created during renovation of the west wing in the 1950s.
And for those who don’t know anything about this world, there is fun to be had observing this clubby atmosphere from the outside.
But what bothers me fundamentally is how Alaska's clubby insider class has forgotten its duty to show mercy for regular people.
Casa Paloma, Carrer de Casanova 209, 93-200-8296; casapalomabcn.com: A new and rapidly rising hot spot for excellent steaks in a clubby atmosphere.
Bentley’s Oyster Bar & Grill The Crustacea Room is a clubby space that’s classic but not old fashioned.
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