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Nowhere Bar

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Majority of guests: gays and lesbians mixedTrannies are most welcome
 
Nowhere Bar
 (Branch of business: Bars)
Address 322 E 14th St
10003 New York City, East Village, NY
New York, USA
Phone: 212 477-4744
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Pool table, great jukebox, killer drink specials, mixed gay-les, Gender-non-conforming crowd, cozy comfortable vibe.
 
 
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Events @ Nowhere Bar
Cruising
Name of the event: Cruising
Type of event: Fetish/Theme party
Languages of the website: English
Frequency/Date of the event: each week on Friday
Event starts: 10:00 p.m.
Clientele: Majority or all guests are gay (men)
 Admission for men




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