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be where it’s at

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe where it’s atbe where it’s atold-fashioned informalFASHIONABLE used to say that a place or activity is very popular, exciting, and fashionable at
Examples from the Corpus
be where it’s atForget the business struggle: the busyness battle is where it's at.This is where it's at.
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