on July 6, 2000
This is the cornerstone of 2nd Avenue. When you walk in you'll be confronted with a 3,300 square foot dance floor which is intimidatingly well lit and surrounded by floor and balcony seating. There's nowhere to hide if you want to boogie, but it doesn't really matter. Things are pretty easy-going, although the DJ may raise a good-natured complaint if you leave the dance floor too soon. If you're a guy you'll be especially welcome--I'd say the men were outnumbered three to one. There was mainly line dancing the night I was there, with an occasional disco tune thrown in for good measure. They have free dance lessons--I know this because my dance partner at another club had to rush out suddenly at midnight to go teach at the Wildhorse.
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