dance palace


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  • noun

Synonyms for dance palace

large room used mainly for dancing

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Borderline Bar and Grill, Dance Palace, 99 Rolling Oaks Drive, Thousand Oaks; (805) 446-4435.
Footage of Chicago buildings figured heavily into the plot of dueling architects, so Santostefano used the Palais Royale (an art deco former dance palace located in west-end Toronto) and a healthy serving of computer-generated imagery.
At the Dance Palace Christmas Crafts Fair, to be held December 6, 7, and 8 in Point Reyes Station, some 20 west Marin craftspeople will sell their pottery, jewelry, toys, weavings, and more.
North Bay residents can catch this award-winning movie at two upcoming benefit showings: the Marin Civic Center on January 20, and Dance Palace Theatre in Point Reyes on February 21, 2010.
It is anticipated that the first internationally licensed Rick's Cabaret will open in Buenos Aires during the company's fourth quarter of 2007 in a 20,000-square foot former tango dance palace and superclub on the posh Avenue Cordoba in the heart of the Argentine capital's financial district.
The England winger has taken to mixing funky house music after training, and has secretly played in front of hundreds of clubbers at Middlesbrough's Purple Onion club and at the trendy dance palace Eden in Ibiza.
ONLY older readers will remember the Champagne days when Mr B's size eight shoes, of the finest patent leather, shimmied beneath the swirling lights of our grand dance palaces, but he realised even then that this was an activity for the frivolous.