Definition of nightspot
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 shooting happened early Sunday at the intersection of 28th Street and Seventh Avenue South in a popular, and frequently-crowded, nightspot with bars, restaurants and street vendors.
Each boasts all the trappings of a major mega-resort, from deck-top fun zones with massive water slides to multiple restaurants, bars and nightspots.
James St. Patrick (Omari Hardwick) is hoping to make his new club Truth (perfectly named) the No.1 nightspot in New York City.
As reports of stabbings in a popular London nightspot started flowing in late Saturday, police sent out a tweet warning people in the area to run, hide, then call authorities.
Since then, that part of New Orleans has become the lively Warehouse District, which is now full of restaurants, nightspots and art galleries.
The fair's Great Hall became the nucleus of the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, and nearby warehouses that were converted to bars and shops during the fair have become popular restaurants and nightspots.
The Roof, with views all around, will be a nightspot serving barbecue on weekends: 215 Chrystie Street (Stanton Street).
The Orlando Cringe crowd, packing downtown nightspot The Abbey, roars with laughter.
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