The DL Remains a Neighborhood Scourge

Posted on: September 12th, 2013 at 6:04 am by

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September 7, 2013

The DL remains such a clusterfuck on weekend nights these days that the 7th Precinct maintains a regular presence to help regulate the constant crowding. Music blasts from above while the sidewalks teem with bros and shrieking OMG girls. Branded barriers and velvet ropes cordon off the entire entryway, thus forcing the line ever-further westward on Delancey. Cops just stand around or hang in the truck, waiting for the possible opportunity to pounce.

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September 7, 2013

We continue to hear from neighbors in the vicinity who are fed up with the endless noise from this establishment. How the drum-and-bass is audible two blocks away.

Also, remember that Shazam has been known to identify the songs from across Delancey! The borders of Hell Square are no doubt inching southward below Delancey…

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