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Rosario Dawson, Bob Moses, Quincy Davis Celebrate 4th of July with Grey Goose at Surf Lodge

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The occasion marked a rare getaway for Rosario who took a well-deserved break from the hectic filming schedule of hit TV show Luke Cage to hold a pop-up of her clothing line Studio 189 at Surf Lodge.

Rosario was joined by notables from the realms of fashion, art and design including Peter Brant Jr.  Guests routinely ventured outside of the private dining area to enjoy the tunes of EDM sensation Bob Moses, only to rush back to the confines of the intimate setting after the rowdy crowd got too fired up.

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Following the performance, the dinner got into full swing with myriad courses of local Montauk cuisine complemented by the Grey Goose summer cocktail Le Grand Fizz. Members of Bob Moses – including Tom HowieJimmy Vallance, and Quincy Davis – joined the a-list group and partied until the wee hours of the morning.

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