Examples of nightspot in a Sentence
one of the city's few nightspots featuring a dance floor and a live band
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The scuffle involved him, his girlfriend Alissa Butler -- also a social media star -- and staff at the popular nightspot.
Once outside, several nightspots on both sides of State Street, which rolls over the Tennessee-Virginia border, offer live music.
The Detroit Avenue nightspot was renowned for its drag shows, which were once held in a cabaret room in the back of the building but gradually moved to a stage at the end of the dining room as attendance fell.
AJ’s Good Time Bar / 421 Broadway, Nashville TN / www.AJsGoodTimeBar.com This nightspot, which is owned by recent Country Music Hall of Fame member Alan Jackson, might be a little too new for some to accept on this list.
The downtown scene was a famously antic fusion of emergent art trends, street style, graffiti, trendsetting nightspots like the Mudd Club and Area, and upstart musical genres like New Wave and hip-hop.
The Rose Bar, with its original latticed wood-beam ceiling, becomes a velvet-rope nightspot after ten o’clock.
This isn’t surprising because one partner is Roman Jones, who in a previous life was the club king who founded South Beach’s Opium Group and once opened a nightspot that featured beds.
During his Los Angeles period, Wayne lived for a spell in room 203 at the Sunset Marquis Hotel, and hit nightspots like The Troubadour and Whisky a Go Go with Jackson Browne.
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First Known Use of nightspot
Synonymsbistro, boîte, cabaret, café (also cafe), club, nightclub, nitery (also niterie), roadhouse, supper club
Related Wordsa-go-go, disco, discotheque (or discothéque); barroom, pub [chiefly British], public house [chiefly British], saloon, tavern; clip joint [slang], dive, honky-tonk, key club, speakeasy; canteen, watering hole, watering place
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