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"The Union Pool hookup is a young New York rite of passage"

Much of the Williamsburg that existed in the neighborhood's early '00s heyday is gone now -- from Glasslands to Daddy's to Tops to that empty lot on the corner of Bedford & N. 1st -- but one thing we're glad is still around is Union Pool which opened in 2000 and quickly became known for live music, its backyard, and general debauchery. Continue reading…
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