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    The Cure Nightclub has been open in Schnitzelburg for nearly a month now and it is still stunning the neighborhood with its beautiful renovations. Originally Club 21, The Cure Nightclub leaves behind the crowded-pool-hall ambiance for a more urbane atmosphere.

    Decor in the renovated nightclub

    The vintage décor and red, black and white geometric patterns bring out the eccentric atmosphere at the nightclub. There is a great space for dancing and a lounge area that includes leather couches and chic furniture for relaxing with friends.

    The Cure Nightclub complements dive bar prices with a sophisticated atmosphere. Their menu offers food from Pepporoni Sticks to Hawaiian Sticks (Ham, pineapple, and BBQ- Yum!)

    The Cure Nightclub Menu

    Owner Alison Freels says that there is more to be done, as the nightclub will have a full renovation from indoor to outdoor, as well as a renovated menu. If you haven’t already, check out The Cure Nightclub out the next time you are in the neighborhood and enjoy reasonable drink and food prices, good company, and good times!

    The decor is beautiful and chic in the renovated nightclub

    You can expect many future events to be held at The Cure this year, as Freels has said she would like to host activities from fashion shows, to outdoor events in the parking lot with live music. She is a busy and full of ideas for the nightclub.

    For more information, check out the Schnitzelburg Area Community Council blog here.

    Photos courtesy of the Schnitzelburg Area Community Council blog

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