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February 5, 2008

Vice coming in May

Vice, the live music club and Latin/sushi restaurant co-owned by Craig Boarman of the Ottobar, will be opening later than originally planned.

Fletchers was supposed to become Vice in February. Now, that looks more like May or June, Boarman said. Until then, it will remain Fletchers.

But all of the original plans should still be on.

"So far, so good," he said.

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Posted by Sam Sessa at 9:53 AM | | Comments (5)
Categories: Bars & Clubs


When I hear the word "Vice", usually the last thing that comes to mind is a great place to hear some music and eat some maguro. And even if it did, I think I would have second thoughts about someone working at place called "Vice" handling my food... Unless they were all dressed like people from the set of Miami Vice. Those linen suits were the hotness.

bryanintimonium, if you go to this place dressed like Crockett, I will certainly come as Tubbs. That's a promise.

Sounds like a future hipster hangout to me. But then where will the emo teens go?

I'll only go if Terry Richarson shows up (but I'm a hipster, what do I know?)

Live music, latin food and sushi...sounds like a recipe for disaster. Wonder if they'll serve ahi enchiladas...

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