There are a lot of places to get drunk and meet someone in Weho - and Bar Lubitsch is possibly the drunkest of all of them. Come any weekend night, and there will be a line out the door of twentysomethings looking for someone to go home with. The drinks are strong, the music is always great for dancing - it pretty much just alternates between T-Pain and Beyoncé, which is perfect for the intentions you have tonight. It’s a great formula for when you just want to let loose and act like a 21-year-old again. Or if you actually are a 21-year-old. Either way, be ready to take a shower after you leave - things get sweaty in here.
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