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My friends and I quickly became regulars, sometimes spending two nights a week there.In the winter months, we'd typically head over for dinner after work and stay until the wee hours of the night, watching the room slowly fill with people and the music get louder.
As the sun started setting, we'd head inside and dance for hours straight.Elements was different from the other bars along the strip at the time, most notably for its modern design and open air rooftop area.Electronic music was growing in popularity in the area.Pulse 87 was on the air and Elements was quick to establish itself as the destination for hearing the latest up-and-coming dance music tracks.Friday and Saturday nights were packed wall-to-wall with people dancing until sweat was dripping out of every pore.Since we were a constant presence, we all got to know the wait staff, bartenders, and owners.
They would sometimes party with us after their shift or on their day off. Not only did Elements help me grow my base of personal friends, it also helped me grow my network of nightlife contacts -- including DJs, promoters, and other party-goers.
It really was the kind of place where we would walk in, know everyone, be greeted with hearty smiles, and have our favorite drinks delivered without even asking. I learned who the major players were and had my finger on the pulse of nightlife in Westchester because of the connections that started at Elements.
Tonight marks the closing of Elements Food & Spirits in White Plains.
Venues come and go over time, but this one holds a special place in my heart because of all the memories and friendships that are connected to Elements.
I moved from Orange County to Westchester County in early 2006, and spent the first couple years getting to know the area and building new friendships.
It was during that period in early 2008 that Elements claimed its spot along Mamaroneck Avenue and it boasted instant success.