Upon entry partygoers find a coat check to the right with the swing just ahead and bottle servie booths to the left. The ceilings are high and the exposed brick, wood and decor makes one feel as if they stepped into a year-old mansion. Walking through the rectangular space, to your right is a curtained VIP area, to your left the bar.
Renovations include:. From the Gold Room, party goers will have a direct line of sight to the newly extended DJ booth at Josephine. To the right of the booth will be 2 bars and more dance space!
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The Spankers aren't the only ones who are becoming comfortable with that old demon electricity. The previous night will showcase the "old" acoustic Livers, with Paul Sweeny sitting in on mandolin for a few tunes. The band says they have no more Austin gigs planned or scheduled for the rest of the year, so grab 'em while you can.
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