Pop-Up Nightclubs

NY Times says: ‘By day, Jobee, an unassuming Taiwanese restaurant on Howard Street, just east of the fashion temple Opening Ceremony and north of the fake handbags on Canal Street, in New York, serves bland sesame noodles and tasty mock Sichuan chicken to a sleepy lunch crowd. A menu is taped to the door. Kitschy paper lanterns swing from the ceiling. But at midnight, the lights dim, tables are pushed aside and a former male model named Vance, with shaggy blond hair and chiseled features, stands guard at the door. There’s no sign overhead, but the in-crowd knows it as Madame Wong’s, a pop-up club that, for a heady period this spring, was arguably the city’s hottest night spot.’

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