Dining by day, dancing by night


Why do so many Asian restaurants turn into nightclubs when the sun goes down?

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Maybe you’ve noticed it, maybe you haven’t, but over the past few years the Holy City has seen an explosion of Asian restaurants. From sushi bars to Thai food, Korean cuisine to fusion fare, they’ve been popping up everywhere. Oddly enough, many of these places have thriving bar scenes, while some even transform into dance clubs.

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