All of your saved places can be found here in My Trips. As his partner was dying from AIDS init occurred to him that in his 30s, he'd be confronted with dating again. In fact, it wasn't until that it received its cabaret license and the dance floor opened. Quite a few of them, actually: Does this place or activity accept credit cards? Moreover, as luxury rentals and condos begin to populate Hell's Kitchen, one has to wonder how long until the bars and nightclubs in that neighborhood can resist the pressure to ask patrons to "keep the noise down so that you don't bother our neighbors.
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The Closing of an Iconic Venue
The opening of the High Line, an abandoned elevated train track transformed into a world-class pedestrian park, gave this neighborhood new life as a tourist destination. The rents for residential and commercial real estate have skyrocketed, the growing population has pushed clubs out of neighborhoods in favor of condos, and nightlife has become far more regulated. Too bad for the closing down. This was the first reaction on Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms on Tuesday: Willie Fernandez celebrates his 50th birthday on the last night of Splash. Any fond Splash memories you'd like to share? Because of Splash and so many wet bars across the country 'back in the day,' I'm still standing with my voice and my dignity, still singing high.
Splash isn't the first time-honored gay bar in New York to close this year. The rents for residential and commercial real estate have skyrocketed, the growing population has pushed clubs out of neighborhoods in favor of condos, and nightlife has become far more regulated. The idea of a "gay man's Irish bar" kept coming back him. Since opening, Splash has become much more than just another gay bar. Reviewed February 20, one of my favorite club in NYC. Rest assured it's going out with a bang.