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No More Heroes


No More Heroes is a bar inside the old Now Boarding space in Weho, and if you miss that sh*tshow, we have good news for you. This place picked up right where Now Boarding left off. The cocktails are actually fine, but no one here is ordering them. Instead, everybody’s drinking well tequila shots because they’re 22-years-old and don’t have work tomorrow. If you’re looking for a rowdy night with lots of other drunk people, this is your spot. Otherwise, this place pretty uninteresting.

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