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Horse Meat Disco at Cielo (slide show)

It's becoming something of a long-weekend tradition for local party guru Josh Wood to bring the Horse Meat Disco DJ ensemble from its home perch at London's...

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It's becoming something of a long-weekend tradition for local party guru Josh Wood to bring the Horse Meat Disco DJ ensemble from its home perch at London's Eagle to Meatpacking District institution Cielo (which is currently in the midst of celebrating its tenth birthday). Judging from the packed dance floor at the Martin Luther King Day Eve edition, it's clear that New York's party people—especially the gay contingent—are more than happy to welcome the funky Horse Meat guys to town whenever they feel like dropping by.
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