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- v. To spend a short time in each of several nightclubs
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Singles could club-hop, complete with rented Hummers to take them from door-to-door to five different venues in Manhattan.
Being sent on a business trip isn't an invitation to club-hop in a new town.
Get Em Mamis, a Baltimore club-hop duo who put out one of the year's most appealing Pill.
But if you shy away from commitment to one bar for the night, a joint-cover price allows you to club-hop between nine locations in Pioneer Square for $10 on weekends and $5 on weekdays; www. jointcoverseattle.com /.
Fear and Loathing in Hunts Vegas features a number of new and unreleased tracks from Paper Route as well as some remixes from club-hop DJ / producer Diplo.
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