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The Plumm was a nightclub that opened on April 28, 2006 near the Meatpacking District of Manhattan. It was co-owned by Noel Ashman, Chris Noth, Samantha Ronson, Joey McIntyre, Damon Dash, Jesse Bradford, Simon Rex, and Rodney Afshari amongst others and was a popular celebrity hangout.
The Plumm occupied the space that previously housed popular clubs such as Nell's and NA, which was named for Noel Ashman. The club was considered "semi private." Select people were invited to join the club for a fee and they were given what the club described as "membership key chains." Entrance for non-club members was at the discretion of door staff.
As of April 23, 2009, The Plumm is now closed.
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