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Greenwich braces for wild night

It's not exactly Mardi Gras, but downtown bars are anticipating one of the livelier nights of the year Wednesday as throngs of newly returned-home college students and nine-to-fivers take to Greenwich Avenue to kick off the holiday season."It is one of the busiest bar nights of the year," said Ryan Hoster, a shift manager at Sundown Saloon. "There are a lot of college kids all home back together for the first time and it tends to be a fun night."But with the influx of patrons, bar managers are expecting to ramp up security to ensure the exuberant celebrations don't get out of hand.At the Sundown Saloon, 403 Greenwich Ave., Hoster said there will be extra wait staff, bartenders and security guards who will wait by the doors to manage the crowds.At MacDuff's Public House, 99 Railroad Ave., owner Scott Sievwright said they will also have one of their managers at the door in addition to extra staff.via Party time: Greenwich bartenders, bouncers, police brace for wild night - GreenwichTime.

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