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Union Station's Long Island Night is quite a deal . . . if you don't mind the entire wall of big-screen TVs tuned to Will & Grace. Every Thursday, the gay-friendly club peddles Long Islands for three bucks — and with gifted bartender Bobby Stolicny mixing nine of them simultaneously, you may be hammered before Jack and Karen's next mishap. "If you can imagine a mild St. Patrick's Day, that's our Long Island Night," says Stolicny.
Thursdays, 8 p.m., 2006

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