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Sunday Night Lounge at Anatomy

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Sunday nights are for relaxing — sitting on a big couch, watching TV, and bathing in a few nocturnal tunes with one final weekend drink in your fist. That's the vibe you'll catch at Anatomy's Sunday Night Lounge. "It's a way for people to wind down after a long weekend without having to stay in and be unsocial," says the club's Tino Roncone. Located in Cleveland's fashion-focused Warehouse District, Anatomy is best known for its high-octane atmosphere — an ultra-sleek club with a crowded floor filled with well-dressed dancers raising colorful mixed drinks to record-slinging DJs. But at Sunday Night Lounge, the bar's enormous speakers fuzz out to head-nodding electro, downtempo, reggae, and hip-hop. (It costs $5 to get in, but mention "Anatomy VIP" and this article, and you'll get in for free.) You can watch movies or sports on flat-screen TVs, stretch out on long couches, or gather around candle-lit tables while sipping champagne, martinis, and exotic Euro beers. "It's a great way to make that Sunday night go by a bit quicker and meet some new and interesting people," says Roncone. "Our upscale, pristine space makes people feel good about going out." — Keith Gribbins

Anatomy, 1299 W. 9th St., 216-363-1113, anatomycleveland.com

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