niterie

Related to niterie: banal, submissible

niterie

(ˈnaɪtərɪ; -trɪ)
n
1. a nightclub
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Cyril worked as a co-bouncer (with the humourless Nigel) and occasional singer in a horrible niterie, the Blue Cockatoo Club.
One friend of mine once went on a hen night in a small market town in the north east, where upon entering the local niterie, the bride declared she had to pull in order to prove 'she'd still got it' (whatever 'it' is).
From the traditional local to the trendiest bar, and from the family fun pub to the swish niterie, they're all included.
And the emotional connection between the two men has been prepared much earlier on by one of the film's highlights--a joyous musical number ("Kajra re/Night Eyes") in a hotel niterie, with an unbilled Aishwarya Rai as a kind of Eternal Feminine.
When Su-hyeon later proposes publicly to her in the niterie middle sister Seon-yeong (Choi), a prim postgrad student, covers her Face in her hands.
Despite its themes, the movie isn't afraid to be mainstream in its appeal: Several flashbacks to the couple's high times in Billie's Berlin niterie (with Tabatabai performing songs by Swiss Klezmer musicians Kol Simcha) maintain entertainment value while reminding the viewer of the protagonists' background.
The scene was pioneered by an event called the Regency Rooms, which runs once a week at the Talk of the Town niterie.
Thereon, pic develops into a slow-burning mismatched romance: Though the end is never in doubt, the trail is strewn with plenty of potholes, with Baogen finding temporary employment as a niterie security guard, and then losing a bundle on one of Jinfang's stock-market tips.
The show--a cousin to those satirical revues popular in Manhattan niteries during the decade--ran only 23 performances at the Henry Miller Theatre in 1959.
The Oscar cast's theme of Hollywood heritage was carried over into the Governors Ball, which transformed the Hollywood & Highland Grand Ballroom into a re-creation of the old Mocambo-Ciro's niteries.
NEW YORK The place: Feinstein's at the Regency, the largest of New York's three jacket-and-tie niteries.
A number of outlying niteries, eateries and parks are also still shuttered.