Lunchtime clubbing

The latest place for Manhattanites to spend the noontime hour is at a club, reveals the New York Times. Yes, nightclubs are opening their doors during the daylight to accomodate a growing swell of young workers who’d rather dance than go for a nosh up. Yes, there are drinks involved but promoters say the idea is networking, not unwinding. The women considered the “mother of this mini-movement” said she was inspired by the movie “Fight Club.”


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