NEW YORK — He loves the nightlife.
But it’s not all boogie.
“When you’re out at night, it helps decrease crime. It attracts tourists to the city. That industry is a multi-billion-dollar industry,” Mayor-elect Eric Adams told NY1 in one-on-one interview.
As the incoming so-called “nightlife mayor,” Adams is hoping his advocacy of the after-hours scene can turbo-boost the city’s economic recovery post-COVID-19.
And the more people are out, the more jobs are created.
“Each time we spend revenue in a restaurant, we’re making sure that a dishwasher, a cook, a bartender and a waiter is employed,” he said. “Each time we go to a Broadway play, we
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