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A massive bar, restaurant, coffee shop, and record store inspired by the '70s makes its debut this weekend in the East Village - complete with a rope swing, a gentleman's lounge called "The Lion's Den," and music curated by Entourage star Adrian Grenier.
As anyone who will spend this weekend in a sultry nurse uniform or a tangerine-hued Trump mask knows, it's not a Halloween party without costumes. But for the rest of the year, can the Vnyl, a 1970s-themed club that opened in September and stands for "Vintage New York Lifestyle," capture that era without bell-bottoms, sepia shades and disco?
James Morrissey is a good guy to know. And not just because he owns and runs an dance mansion of a vintage bar with four floors + a champagne garden in East Village. Or because we're hosting our NYC Issue release party at his aforementioned venue this Friday night.