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  • noun Plural form of nightspot.

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Examples

  • That's when we're happy to recommend the Carlyle Club, an Alexandria supper club whose curved booths and elaborate sconces recall the nightspots of the '30s and' 40s.

    Nightlife Agenda

  • That's when we're happy to recommend the Carlyle Club, an Alexandria supper club whose curved booths and elaborate sconces recall the nightspots of the '30s and' 40s.

    The Going Out Gurus highlight the week's best DJs, bands, dance nights and parties

  • Water pooled at the lowest end of Beale Street, the thoroughfare synonymous with Mississippi blues, but it was about a half-mile from the street's world-famous nightspots.

    Coast Guard reopens part of Mississippi River

  • The water was about a half-mile from world-famous nightspots, which are on higher ground.

    Army Corps Evaluates Flood Plan

  • Few nightspots epitomize that better than Yugong Yishan.

    Mixing the High and the Low in Beijing

  • Water pooled at the lowest end of Beale Street, the thoroughfare synonymous with Mississippi blues, but it was about a half-mile from the street's world-famous nightspots.

    Some Kentucky residents return to homes near Mississippi River

  • The water on Beale Street was about a half-mile from the world-famous nightspots, which are on much higher ground.

    Memphis Evacuations Rise Amid Threat From River

  • The 1928 hotel was transformed in the 1980s by then-owner Ian Schrager and designer Philippe Starck into one of Manhattan's most fashionable nightspots, ushering in a boutique-hotel craze of hip décor and sometimes quirky design.

    Rosen Buys Boutique Hotel

  • The area itself, just above the Meatpacking District, is already crowded with nightspots, and Dream, one of Vikram Chatwal's many properties, has to distinguish itself.

    A Dream Hotel's Awakening

  • With the exception of the occasional movie on the compound, and the crowded, tacky Tennis Club, one of the few American nightspots, there was little entertainment except what they made for themselves.

    A Covert Affair

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