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NYC nightlife insiders predict ‘no more dance floors’ post-COVID

indoor activities — including malls and museums — are still off the table, insiders are scrambling to figure out the future.“Being on a dance floor used to be hot.

Now it feels scary,” said Francesco Belcaro, who has hosted nights for the Alley Cat Amateur Theater in the Beekman Hotel downtown and the Paradise club in the Edition Hotel in Times Square — which closed after falling victim to the economic perils of the pandemic.At the buzzy Bushwick club House of Yes, co-owner Anya ­Sapozhnikova sees other places potentially becoming more ­exclusive.“The dance floor is where you make out with strangers,” she said, adding that being out there with fewer, socially distanced people would defeat the purpose.

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