N.Y. Bar Flies Don't Seem To Mind Dirty Laundry Manhattan's new Cooper Square Hotel has a garden patio, inventive cocktails and a spectacular view of underwear. Residents weren't happy when the hotel built its bar within inches of their windows. Local news reports say to get back, the residents dangled dirty laundry on a clothes line over the heads of people sipping wine. Bar-goers seem to like the photo op.
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N.Y. Bar Flies Don't Seem To Mind Dirty Laundry

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N.Y. Bar Flies Don't Seem To Mind Dirty Laundry

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