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Dancing in NYC?

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Greetings, fodorites, from a prodigal poster :( It's been ages since I've posted or contributed anything worthy, but I am hoping that the ever-present manhattanites might be willing to lend a tip or two.

I am heading to NYC in 2 weeks' time to meet up with some GFs for a very badly needed girls' weekend away, and we would like to go dancing on Friday or Saturday night. We are in our 30s, don't have Kardashian budgets (or aspirations!), and tend to wear clothing when we go out. Is there any hope for us, or should we just look for broadway tix (or, being honest, camp out at a wine bar)?

Thank you very much for any help you can provide - I've just scoured recent NYC posts and have found some excellent ideas!

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