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Daily 2016-10-19 2017-04-30
Ladies Night All Night Long
Editor's Description
This is an after-party club that used to be called Room, but now it's called Fabric, named after the famous London club, which really sets you up for some big expectations that aren't going to get met. However, they offer free-flow drinks for ladies every night from 2am-7am.
1 Xiangyang Bei Lu, near Julu Lu
襄阳北路1号, 近巨鹿路
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1 Xiangyang Bei Lu, near Julu Lu
襄阳北路1号, 近巨鹿路
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