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Nightlife Notebook: Rusty Bus Hiatus, Atlantic City Changes

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WEST VILLAGE—After a blockbuster winter full of accolades and press coverage, the Rusty Knot Party Bus has suspended operations for the time being. Have no fear, the party bus festivities will resume when the cold winter months return. [EaterWire]

WILLIAMSBURG—Crif Dog owner Brian Shapiro expands upon the hot dog joint's plans for their new Brooklyn outpost, saying they are "going to open a heavy metal wine bar with fires in the back and no sound dampening." Calm down everyone, he was just kidding. [Brooklyn Paper]

ATLANTIC CITYSad news for fans of cheesy Atlantic City nightclubs. The Borgata has temporarily shut down Mixx and will begin a multi-million dollar renovation of the club, which will re-open under the same name by July 4th.Why spend that much money and not change the name? More importantly, how is it possible to spend that much money and finish in one month? [Cocktail Hour]

ATLANTIC CITYBonus news from the New Jersey's most glamorous town. Stephen Starr's retro diner Teplitzky's at the Chelsea Hotel will be hosting karaoke nights in its new backroom. [Cocktail Hour]

NOLITA— Now that Kenmare has secured its late night liquor license, it seems that the much loved Italian joint is having intimate soirees downstairs on Wednesday nights. It may be easier to get in to that than get a table to dine during prime time hours. [EaterWire]

SOHO— Speaking of the Khan and Sevigny duo, a Little Birdy tells us that their Don Hill's renovations are progressing full steam ahead, and expects the space to be ready in a few months. Apparently they are lining up some big acts to open the place up, but nothing has been finalized as of yet. [EaterWire]

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