gas·tro-lounge

gas·tro-lounge (noun): A nightclub for eating and drinking. No bar, maybe some moving lights, but no dance floor.

According to Jada Yuan, writing in New York magazine, nightlife impresario Noah Tepperberg says he is launching a gastro-lounge, a new genre of nightlife destination combining elements of a gastropub, lounge, and "ultralounge":

The $2.5 million nightspot is a different concept entirely: a "gastropub/ultralounge.” Which means what? “If a typical lounge is a bar with a lot of seating, an ultralounge has moving lights. It’s got some dancing. It’s got a D.J. booth,” he explains, sort of. “And a gastropub is a bar with food. So we’re kind of a mix: It’s not a bar with food, but it’s not a straight ultralounge.” Pause. “So I guess it’s a gastro-lounge.” There’s no dance floor; he promises that patrons will be able to “hear people talk” and “don’t have to buy bottles.”

 





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a new genre of nightlife destination combining elements of a gastropub, lounge, and "ultralounge

 

I love the idea because sometimes I go out with my friends and I don't like to go on a Bar, but I don't like to go on a restaurant either, so this is an amazing idea for all the like me

 

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