Jennifer: re:Verse and Go, Death of a Plaza Icon

On the evening of September 26th an electric and reminiscent crowd purchased their final drinks at the Plaza’s sexiest place to meet and mingle.

At 6 p.m. the mood evoked a gathering at a great friend

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4 Responses to Jennifer: re:Verse and Go, Death of a Plaza Icon

  1. Anonymous says:

    Pat Schultz
    Jesus, it’s just a freaking bar. You don’t need to talk like it’s the passing of a beloved public figure or the dissolution of a marriage.

    “Every move happening, was happening for the final time.”

    You rich, hipster wanna-bes will fucking get over it, ya know? Grow up.

  2. Anonymous says:

    smartman
    The “original” Venue on Main made Re:Verse look like Burger King. If you wanna mourn a loss in the drink and foodie world keep it in perspective.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Kingfish
    I never liked that place.. good riddance..
    not enough of the wanna be not quite hipsters & dipsters cling/ons paying their $8 for drinks… wasn’t enough to sustain them. Not many fans of the ownership group.
    We’ll see how La Popdega does in la-la land. Kingfish

  4. Anonymous says:

    Rainbow Man
    overrated… i think la bodega is too… they are tired…

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