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New York's nightlife comes in many forms and lasts from dusk till dawn. Although the bar-lounge-club combination continues to be popular, mixing music and cocktails with a mellow vibe, New York is also currently witnessing a revival in large-scale clubbing.
Beauty Bar, once a hair salon and sister to the equally quirky Barmacy, is one of the most amusing and kitsch drinking and sometime-clubbing experiences in the city. Kick back in an old barber's chair, slip your head beneath a 1960s hairdryer and order yourself a good strong cocktail.
231 E 14th St
Mon-Fri 5pm-4am; Sat & Sun 7pm-4am
By Subway: 4, 5, 6, N or R to Union Square; L to 3rd Ave.
Starlight Bar and Lounge
One of the most popular and trendy gay venues in New York, the Starlight is a funky mix of Chelsea boys and East Village artistes. A crowded bar area gives way to a mellow back room to sit and relax with friends. There are DJs every night of the week from 10pm. Highlights include Friday's mix of dance and soulful house and Saturday's eclectic hotch-potch of pop, dance and R&B. Wednesdays boast a comedy night and Sunday nights is Ladies Night - one of the most popular lesbian nights in the city.
167 Avenue A, NY
The bar is situated between 10th and 11th Sts.
An emblem of the Jazz Age and the Harlem Renaissance, the Cotton Club is best known for its gilded past and for providing residencies to Duke Ellington and Cab Calloway. Some 80 years later, the club is still going strong and has live jazz and blues almost every night and a gospel brunch on Sundays.
The Cotton Club opened in 1923 under the patronage of Al Capone and the ownership of bootlegger "Owney" Madden. Though often associated with the golden era of the Harlem Renaissance, the club also embodies the paradox of this time. Decorated to evoke the old plantations of the home of black slavery, the club was owned by whites for whites. Only whites were allowed in the audience, while the waiters and entertainers, almost all African Americans, had to use a different entrance.
The club's regular show was a musical revue which featured glamorous dancers, singers, comedians and various entertainers. The Duke Ellington Orchestra was the house orchestra for a number of years between 1927 and 1931. After that the mantle was passed to Cab Calloway.
Mr John Beatty is the current owner who opporates an all inclusive door policy.
656 West 125th Street, (at Riverside Drive) 10027
Mon, Wed-Fri 8pm-4am; Sat-Sun 12pm - 12am
US$32 (includes food)
Subway: 2 or 3 train to 135th St
The Webster Hall (known in the 1980s as the Ritz) is a mainstream-glam dance shack, with several floors and 40,000 square feet of adventure. Within the walls of this tremendous historical ballroom lie NYC's hottest DJ's, six separate lounges, the most advanced lighting system in North America, and what is arguably the best stage in New York City.
125 E 11th St, NY
Thu & Fri US$15; Sat US$20 (order tickets online)
Between 3rd and 4th Aves. By Subway: N, R, 4, 5, 6 or L to Union Square/14th St. Walk to the corner of 14th St and 4th Ave. Walk downtown 3 blocks to 11th St and make a left.
Feinstein's at Loews Regency
"Best of New York" -- New York Magazine
"An invaluable New York institution" -- The New York Post
The total experience of an evening at Feinstein's at Loews Regency - a wonderful performance in an intimate space by a great entertainer, fine food, the most attentive wait staff in town, all occurring in a supremely sophisticated "only in New York" environment - is a unique reflection of what is best about New York City.
There was a time when a great hotel was known by its nightclub: the Empire Room at the Waldorf, the Persian Room at the Plaza, the Royal Box at the Americana. People "dressed to the nines" for what they knew would be a memorable evening out.
Feinstein's is now that place in New York: the next generation of great supper clubs.
FEINSTEIN'S AT LOEWS REGENCY
540 Park Avenue (at 61st Street)
New York, NY 10021
The 40/40 Club
The 40/40 Club is an all-American sports bar and lounge owned by hip hop mogul Jay-Z and partner Juan Perez. Created by the three longtime friends, 40/40 is 8,000 square feet of pure sports and entertainment in an opulent lounge setting, providing a unique experience not found elsewhere in New York City.
The decor of 40/40 is a mix of memorabilia from this country's greatest games coupled with Manhattan sophistication. Six chairs suspended from the ceiling transcend guests from a sports bar to a lavish lounge in a matter of seconds. Lush purples and charcoal glazing adorn the walls while rich slate imported from South America makes up the flooring, bars and tabletops. The furniture on the 16 foot wide slate stairs was produced in Marcy Place, Jay-Z's childhood neighborhood. The 40/40 is accented by over 300 pillows that were, designed by owner Juan Perez's childhood friend's mother and handcrafted in her home in Washington Heights.
The 40/40 Club is open seven days a week from 5:00PM - 4:00 AM.
6 West 25th Street,
New York, NY 10010
With cozy banquet seating, come enjoy the organic, simple and chic decor that reflects the East Village ambiance of the Alphabet Lounge. Featuring artwork of local artists, live music of local bands and creative spirits from local bartenders.
Alphabet Lounge is a proud member of the Avenue C bar scene. This East Village hotspot serves up a mix of specialty drinks daily along with live music, DJs, and dancing. Get cozy on chic banquet seating, a trendy juxtaposition to the raw and vibrant space and artwork. Or dance into a trance while focusing on the pink-lit disco ball, glittering above the young & trendy during weekly parties. If you reserve a table for your next fiesta, you'll get a free bottle of champagne plus your own space plus a great mix of old school and 80's favorites, minus the pretension, red rope, and other frustrations that are so ubiquitous to NYC nightlife.
104 Ave. C,
New York, NY 10009
Our oversized cushions beckon you to come, sit, relax and... smoke! We have over 69 flavors of Hookah to choose from. We also serve great food and beverages and can accommodate large groups. If you come on the weekend, you'll be mesmerized by our belly dancers.
This subterranean, Middle Eastern-themed, hookah-oriented bar and cafe started out sleepy, but now literally sees a lot of scenesters in its ornamental confines. Plush sofas with tons of pillows provide horizontal longing options for those who partake of this place’s 69 flavors of tobacco, which include fresh and fruity staff. Mmmmm….. citrus emphysema. In case that’s not sexy enough, Friday and Saturday night features live belly dancers. Ironically, the colorful outdoor space in back is where non-smokers can catch some fresh air while people are puffing away inside. Hipsters aren’t exactly swaying to Cozy Café’s world music beats, but this is one of those seemingly anonymous places where you’ll feel like you’re getting away with something.
Sun-Thurs 2.30 pm – 2.30 am
Fri & Sat 3.00 pm – 4.00 am
43 E 1st street
(between 1st and 2nd avenue)
Creole Restaurant & Jazz Cafe
CREOLE Restaurant and Music Supper Club is an exquisite and unique dining and entertainment experience specializing in international Creole cuisine.
CREOLE’s lighting, brick wall, art work, its bar and the aroma from the international Creole cuisine, which permeates the room, create an ambiance of the nostalgic early jazz supper clubs. One is immediately comforted by CREOLE’s hospitality, which promotes unity and family, upon entering the front door. Guests are seduced into a zone of sexy tranquility while dinning at the restaurant. Dishes, such as Blackened Spicy Catfish, Gator Etoufee, CREOLE Stew Chicken, Blackened Shrimp Napoleon, Sweet Potato Beignets, and 20 gumbo variations are signature dishes at CREOLE.
CREOLE marries art, jazz, culture, entertainment and food into one location, and people from all over the world could have a superb dining Harlem experience.
2167 Third Avenue
(N.E. corner 118th St.),
New York, NY 10035
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Every Fri. & Sat. Doors Open: 7:30pm, Showtime: 9:00pm
225 E. Houston Street
(Corner of Essex St.)
New York, NY 10002
The rollicking, friendly atmosphere and focus on fine spirits of traditional Irish pub meets the super-trendy Lower East Side in the elegantly designed three-level bar and night club Libation. Located on the bustling block on Ludlow Street between Rivington and Stanton streets, Libation restaurant and lounge – just as the name suggests – is a nightspot created for a clientele in demand of superior food and drink in a fun, upscale ambience that includes DJs and live music.
Libation is open Wed- Fri 5 pm – 4 am / Sat & Sun 11 am – 4 am
Kitchen is open Wed- Sat 5 pm – 10.30 pm / Sun 12 pm – 10.30 pm
137 Ludlow Street
Lower East Side
New York, NY
289 10th Ave
New York, NY 10001
This enormous upscale space is glitzy, and it attracts the beautiful people of Manhattan looking to dance the night away. The door is still tough, but it has gotten a little easier. The main room has a gorgeous chandelier and an oversized disco ball. If you cozy up on the banquettes, then be prepared to pay up. Translation, if you sit down then you are buying the bottle. The upstairs glassed-in VIP lounge is uber exclusive with its own bar. It is kind of bizarre, like watching celebrities in display. This club is for people seeking a super-exclusive evening. To ensure that you get in, dress to impress and bring a lot of cash (you're gonna need it!)
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