Dancing rabbits are a rare sight in Pittsburgh, but not everyone is excited to be among them.
A pair of Pittsburgh clubs, Nearest Dance Club and the Rabbit Golf Club in Penn Hills, are among the city’s most famous.
It’s a bit like watching a movie with the rabbits in the background, and there’s something about the sight that just makes you want to dance, says Mike Lissauer, the club’s owner.
It doesn’t hurt that the rabbit golf course is tucked away in the woods near his property, which is surrounded by forest.
Nearest dance clubs are among Pittsburgh’s most popular.
(Photo: Joe Raedle/Getty Images)While Nearest Dancing Club is the only place where you’ll see rabbits in real life, there are many more.
There’s The Rabbit Golf Course, in nearby Northville, and The Catacombs of Woodside, in West Chester.
The Catadomac is the home of The Catamaran, and the Rookery of Woodbridge is the place where the Rabbit Went Golfing was filmed.
In fact, all of Pittsburgh’s dance clubs feature rabbit rides.
The Rabbit Golf and Nearest Clubs offer free rides for the public, but some venues charge an entrance fee.
The Rabbit Goes Golfing has a $10 entrance fee, while the Catacomb offers free entry to guests who bring their own rabbit.
There’s also the fact that many dance clubs offer their own DJ booth, but it’s more of a party place than a dance venue.
A DJ booth is just like a club, but there are different types of DJs and venues for different types and types of dancers.
If you go to the Rabbit Goes, you’ll hear a lot of different genres, and you’ll probably meet people from different countries.
You might meet someone from Romania who has been dancing for a long time.
Or someone from Japan who’s been dancing since she was a child.
Or from New Zealand who’s a DJ.
Or you might see someone who’s never been in a dance club.
So it’s really about the experience of the club and the vibe, says Lissauers partner, Mike Schuster.
And it’s not just about having a good time, it’s about making people feel like they belong.
If you want more information about these dance clubs visit Dancing Rabbit Golf Clubs.
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