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Park Slope Beauty Bar presents monthly cabaret

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Park Slope’s salon-themed bar is getting even more girly.

Beauty Bar in Park Slope — which features manicures while you drink — is showcasing a new cabaret-style burlesque night that lets some ladies glam it up while others strip on down.

The campy-cool nightlife spot is offering a new variety show-style cabaret that includes sword swallowers, stand up bassists, and sultry crooners.

“I want it to feel like a throwback to an old TV special,” said co-host Dulce DeLeche. “It’s good, quality entertainm­ent.”

The new monthly show features live music from Jessy Carolina of the jazz band The Hot Mess, a dance number from voluptuous showbiz goddess Perle Noire, and a raffle with prizes.

Bar-goers can also order salon-themed drinks such as the “Paul Mitchell Swizzle,” a vodka, grenadine, and mint concoction with crushed ice for $10.

“It’s all about glamour, live music, and that old time vibe,” DeLeche said. “It’s gonna be fun.”

BK Cabaret at Beauty Bar [259 Fifth Ave. at Garfield Place in Park Slope, (718) 788–8867, www.beautybar.com]. June 14, 10 pm. Free.

Reach reporter Natalie O'Neill at noneill@cnglocal.com or by calling her at (718) 260-4505.
Updated 5:33 pm, July 9, 2018
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Kitty from Park Slope says:
Cant Wait!!!
June 14, 2012, 9:52 pm

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