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MJQ Concourse
736 Ponce De Leon Ave., 404-870-0575

Service to humanity: One nation under groove

What it takes to get in: $7, baggy jeans

and a chillin' attitude

Fashions torn from pages of: Vibe

Preferred poison: Big Blue (all whites, blue Curacao)

What you need to get laid: Grind up against someone on the dance floor enough and something might happen

Something in the air: Sweat

Male/female ratio: 2:3

Age range: 21-28

Boredom relief: Making fun of others

Music: Hip-hop, house

Coming from: Fountainhead

Going to: Majestic Diner

Nomenclature Museum
44 12th St., 404-874-6344

Service to humanity: Outlet for grown-up club kids with artsy streak

Cover: $7

Age range: mid-20s

Male/female ratio: 1:1

Decorating scheme: Aunt Bertha's bungalow renovated by Beetlejuice

Prime attractions: Special events like fashion shows, multimedia exhibits, art openings and guest DJs

Fashions torn from pages of: Details, Jane

Preferred Poison: Vodka tonic, $5.50

What you need to get laid: Two turntables and a mic

Something in the air: Banana Republic Classic, Marlboro Lights, puke

Music: Deep house, garage

Coming from: Eyedrum, FunkJazz Kafe

Going to: Karma, MJQ, Majestic

1150 Peachtree St., 404-874-0428

Service to humanity: Awe-inspiring interior dripping with icy sophistication; outdoor reflecting pool

Cover: $15

Prime attractions: Crowd-watching from behind glass in the upper-level VIP room

Sartorial survey: Kate Spade bags, Emporio Armani pullovers

Decorating scheme: A slice of L.A. in Midtown

Age range: Mid- to late 20s

Preferred poison: Red Bull and vodka ($8.50)

Male/female ratio: 3:1

Coming from: Leopard Lounge, Cosmopolitan

Going to: Backstreet

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