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Located right in the mecca of today’s independent music capitol, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, there is a quaint looking restaurant. At first glance, it appears to be your typical upper class hipster hangout, with it’s low-key lighting, a small dining area serving a menu of classic bar food and a variety of craft beers. However, once you pass the peculiar group of cigarette smokers out front, walk through the narrow hallway in between booths and bar space making your way to the bathrooms in the back, you notice a curtain out of the corner of your eye. It’s the type of thing you wouldn’t even pay mind to if not for the few people straggling in and out of the area...


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