Southside and GunBar peeps try their hand at cursed Chrystie location. Stylish revamp looks to Art Deco inspirations, although we don't remember any disco balls in The Great Gatsby. Amenities make ... read more
Groovy pop-up late night club in 4000 square foot residential loft on the third floor of 61 Gansevoort, happening every Friday and Saturday through May, 2013. Owner Matt Levine (Sons of Essex, Cock... read more
Alums of 285 Kent and Trip House bring tropical vibes and eclectic beats to a linoleum dance floor on Myrtle Avenue. Beach murals and coconuts spruce up your B-Wick staycation. Handful of artful co... read more
Cielo peeps deliver the first proper dance club in Brooklyn. Close by random Williamsburg cross-section of Wythe Hotel, Brooklyn Bowl, Brooklyn Brewery. Converted warehouse keeps industrial cred, a... read more
Jason and Noah's joint defies gravitational laws of hotness. Packing 'em in since 2003, a decade’s experience celebrated with a head-to-toe revamp. Focus has evolved from bottle service to el... read more
Legendary Actors Playhouse Theatre reconfigured for club action. History's long gone, replaced with slick design from Bluarch (of Greenhouse and Juliet Supperclub interiors). Elaborate lighting abo... read more
Destination club for the seam hood between Herald Square and Bryant Park. Duplex gastro-lounge rolls from basement art gallery to sexy mezzanine, with a stage across from the main bar. Interactive ... read more
Former Aura, Dorsia, Roam, and a bunch of other unmemorable one-word names finally converted to a legit destination. Two floors, with well-heeled crew upstairs, more eclectic crowd for the den belo... read more
EMM Group hooks up with Pacha, drops top-line club inside the 199 Bowery funplex. Electronic music never sounded better thanks to sick Void Acoustic system. Natural DJ magnet, decks manned in front... read more
Former upscale pawn shop and Jasper Johns studio now hosts the largest club on the Lower East Side. Three levels of party action. Downstairs vault topped in arched brick ceilings, with accents from... read more
Koch twins team up with El Chod for sprawling space at the Gansevoort. Ready to play, with indoor-outdoor oyster bar, al fresco spread, multiple levels of action. Blue booths and ebonized tables se... read more
Third coming of legendary Chelsea pachyderm. Shake-up of original crew leaves Robert Montwaid and David Sarner with the PE name, game plan. Brand now extends to Mexico, Brazil, and beyond. NYC iter... read more
Lounge at sunset turns velvet roper come midnight. Good for a girls’ night out/I just wanna dance scene. Unobstructed views of four boroughs. Chic indoor space with stools lining the windowsi... read more
Vegas nightclub pro brings Sin City "style" to Sunset Park. Jungle-themed extravaganza spread across an Italian restaurant, a bikini bar, and a massive nightclub. Shades of Circus Circus in perform... read more
Requisite throbbing nightclub inside gaytropolis The Out NYC. Nightlife legend John Blair reprises his late Chelsea spot, keeps to the extra-large scale. Six-figure lighting system, killer sound, e... read more
New York clone of André Saraiva's legendary Paris (and Tokyo) hot spot draws a moneyed, beautiful, and famous crowd, so expect to rub elbows with the world's best human beings—should y... read more
Barry Mullineaux and Greenhouse peeps hang on, but Collective Hardware’s Stuart Braunstein has left the building. Separate entrance under the black awning admits you to good-sized space. Stil... read more
Stay goes. Look gets updated in the reboot, commitment to cutting edge electronic music remains. Head below street level for underground sounds in the intimate basement. Whitewashed stone foundatio... read more
Putting the country back in clubbing. (This being New York, official coat of arms is adorned with a 40 and brass knuckles.) Miniature golf-themed nightclub as big as a bowling alley, brought to you... read more
Harlem sprawler not embarrassed to name check the highway (9A) that...
Cult yogawear chain complete with creepy manifesto ("children are t...
Sleek spinning studio became a mini-chain in a snap. Addictive clas...
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Oysters and cocktails at 1 Delancey. Named for Marcel Duchamp&rsquo...