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5th Apr '16 7:52:35 AM Nettik
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* In ''Film/{{Reality}}'', Luciano sees Enzo in a club that fits the bill of this trope.
17th Feb '16 6:28:01 PM seahen123
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For cool "clubs" in the other sense of the word, see CarryABigStick.
30th Dec '15 4:04:51 PM Arch9enius
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* Londons' 100 club, Had its heyday either side of and throughout WWII, as a Jazz/Swing venue. Then had it's second coming in the 1970s as a punk venue, and was still much unchanged when it closed in 2010. Also might be known for Northern Soul allnighters.
5th Nov '15 7:18:34 PM Berrenta
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Often a BadGuyBar and rarely a GoodGuyBar (because EvilIsCool and GoodIsBoring).

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Often a BadGuyBar and rarely a GoodGuyBar (because EvilIsCool and GoodIsBoring).
GoodGuyBar, because EvilIsCool.
6th Oct '15 8:35:07 AM Morgenthaler
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* Website/CollegeHumor: Inverted for laughs in the "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RFQ7ymCmBzs Dance Clubs Are The Worst]]" video. The guy has to bribe the bouncer to get in, way too many people are packed together in a small space, the drinks are overpriced, his coat is stolen, and he ends up hooking up with the wrong person because he was too drunk.
29th Sep '15 6:44:33 PM Odacon_Spy
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* ''VideoGame/SleepingDogs'' has Club Bam Bam in North Point, which becomes your gang's BadGuyBar after you shakedown the manager, seduce the head hostess and beat the everloving crap out of both the bouncers and the Triad goons from the club's previous protection racket. Later missions have K-bar in Soho fulfill the same purpose.
7th Sep '15 1:17:05 PM nombretomado
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* ''Series/{{Castle}}'' seems to have one of these every other week. Granted they are in UsefulNotes/NewYork but considering how elaborate and expensive looking a lot of these clubs seem, it's hard to believe that the main characters, both being locals, had never even heard of these places before they were on the case.

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* ''Series/{{Castle}}'' seems to have one of these every other week. Granted they are in UsefulNotes/NewYork UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity but considering how elaborate and expensive looking a lot of these clubs seem, it's hard to believe that the main characters, both being locals, had never even heard of these places before they were on the case.
27th Aug '15 8:53:27 PM Adept
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* {{Kesha}}'s "Take It Off" is about one of these places, and the second video takes this to an extreme by showing a club made up entirely of 80s video cliches.

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* {{Kesha}}'s Music/{{Kesha}}'s "Take It Off" is about one of these places, and the second video takes this to an extreme by showing a club made up entirely of 80s video cliches.
19th Jul '15 6:21:20 AM jormis29
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* ''{{VideoGame/Hitman}}: Contracts'': The Sturrock Bros. meat packing plant (literally named ''Polio'' according to the trucks) doubles as a fetish club in celebration of the elder brother's acquittal on murder charges. Sturrock can be found reclining with his molls in a loft above his go-go cages. The second target, the lawyer, is busying himself in the opium den next to the bar.

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* ''{{VideoGame/Hitman}}: Contracts'': ''VideoGame/HitmanContracts'': The Sturrock Bros. meat packing plant (literally named ''Polio'' according to the trucks) doubles as a fetish club in celebration of the elder brother's acquittal on murder charges. Sturrock can be found reclining with his molls in a loft above his go-go cages. The second target, the lawyer, is busying himself in the opium den next to the bar.
21st Jun '15 7:11:36 PM HasturHasturHastur
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* The DNA Lounge of San Francisco is like something out of a '90s [[CyberPunk cyberpunk]] movie. It's got kickass wi-fi (formerly public computers running Fedora), has been played by some of the best-known Industrial bands out there, and is frequently getting into trouble with the city for raunchy behavior. It's even run by a famous retired hacker.

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* The DNA Lounge of San Francisco is like something out of a '90s [[CyberPunk cyberpunk]] movie. It's got kickass wi-fi (formerly public computers running Fedora), has been played by some of the best-known Industrial bands out there, is an epicenter of drag culture (many, many famous drag queens and kings have gotten their start at Trannyshack), and is frequently getting into trouble with the city for raunchy behavior. It's even run by a famous retired hacker.
* While the place isn't exactly the nicest, most New Englanders tend to view Ralph's Rock Diner in Worcester, Massachusetts as this. The best way to describe it would be to say that it is something akin to an amalgamation of a BadGuyBar and a kitsch museum; the exterior of the building has a huge Narragansett Brewing Company logo (complete with iconic "Hi, Neighbor! Have a 'Gansett" banner) airbrushed on the side, and the upstairs (where shows take place) is covered in ''thousands'' of band stickers, the stairwell has a collection of Narragansett cans from throughout the years, the support columns have wooden palm fronds attached, and the posh-looking stage is contrasted with mannequin legs jutting from the walls, motorcycles affixed to the ceiling, and the infamous neon-light "TIME TO FUCK" signs sitting above both the upstairs and downstairs bars. It has to be seen to be believed, and it's world-famous in spite of its small size for a reason.
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