SoHo Tavern and stripping

My current Bar Tab finds me staying close to home, in a new setting called the SoHo Tavern. I highly recommend the place, especially if you're seeking an alternative to the young and craziness of nearby MacDinton's. Oh, yeah, and then there's the part about getting naked, in front of strangers, while tripping for the first time. Here's a snippet:

"Yeah, I went camping at a nudist resort for the first time," she said. "I thought it would be blah but it really was pretty cool."

"Did you get naked?"

"Yeah. Everybody at the pool was naked. We got in to play volleyball and all these guys were telling me to take my top off. I figured they were just dirty old men. But then my friend told me it was a rule at the resort: You had to be nude in the pool. So I took it off."

"Top and bottom?"

Read my current Bar Tab column, "Reverse the curse: SoHo Tavern has what it takes to make it," in its entirety. 

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