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Privé Social Club, Featuring DJs and Dance Music, Opening Soon Near Larimer Square

Last month, Dorchester Social Eatery opened in part of the space that was formerly Lavish. On Friday, October 3, Privé Social Club, a late-night extension of the Dorchester, will celebrate its grand opening on the other side of the space (with the entrance on 15th Street) with a performance by Grammy-nominated EDM vocalist Nadia Ali.

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The sleek and posh Privé will open on Fridays and Saturdays on 10 p.m., after Dorchester's kitchen closes, and the black curtain separating both spaces opens for Privé, including Dorchester's bar and the 4,000 square-foot rooftop patio that has cabanas, communal tables and bar seating. Jessica Monda, Privé's director of operations, says Privé will be similar to a few spots in Chicago and Miami where there's more of a restaurant vibe during the day that transitions into a club experience at night.

Privé boasts an elevated DJ booth, a Funktion-One sound system, U-shaped sofas, high-end bottle-service, 3mm high-res LED lighting as well as mirrored walls with LED strips in mirrors on the wall that reflect and bounce light around the room.

Dev, who's slated to release a new EP later this month, will be at Privé on Friday, October 10. Sky Blu, one half of the the duo LMFAO, is slated to perform on Friday, October 17, and a resident DJ will spin on Saturdays.

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Jon Solomon writes about music and nightlife for Westword, where he's been the Clubs Editor since 2006.
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