"Ear to the Pavement" piece on addition's to Portland's club scene including Asy
"Ear to the Pavement" piece on addition's to Portland's club scene including Asylum, a multifaceted entrerprise that will include an upscale cafe, banquet space, sports bar and dance club. The new owners of the building at 121 Center Street formerly home to Morganfield's are Valerie Levy, Krista and Laurie Willey. The three intend to open Asylum in August after a "total renovation" of the space. Metropolis is another club opening this summer , it will replace Odyssey 2000 on Forest Avenue. Club owner Steve Bauman has decided to move Pavilion to Granny's after pieces of the roof fell in just prior to a show. Finally Levinsky's is moving from its Munjoy Hill location, where it has done business since 1919, to a location further down Congress Street to the Porteous annex. The location moves them close to L. L. Bean.
Levinsky's Inc -- Portland, Nightclubs -- Portland
""Ear to the Pavement" piece on addition's to Portland's club scene including Asy" (1997). Maine News Index – Casco Bay Weekly. 1706.
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