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  • Pulqueria

    11 Doyers stChinatown

    the perfect club for the VIP arty people. The ambience, the place, the people... This is definitely the celebrity hotspot: actors, singers, rappers, and socialites... If you stop by keep your eyes opened because you just never know who you’ll end up rubbing shoulders with.

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  • Electric Room

    355 W 16th stMeatpacking

    the best thing about this bar is that the door it’s hidden behind to a Chinatown old building. The place is awesome, a hip underground drinking and eating oasis.

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  • Bottoms-Up

    2 Sixth Ave.Tribeca

    It is a pop-up bar, which is located in the Tribeca Grand Hotel. They took the space into the basement and turned it upside down and made it the place you come to party and dance all night. It was built out as a place you can go crazy on the dance floor or vanish into all the hidden spaces. It’s a place where you can escape from everything that is happening on the streets above you.

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  • Back Room

    102 Norfolk stLower East Side

    this bar was created so that his owner Johnny B and his friends (Susan Sarandon, Tim Robbins and Mark Meisser) could drink out of the spotlight. With a very 20’s deco the only modern touches are given by the paper bags where the beer are served (to throw off the cops)

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  • Bonzai Party

    315 Berry stBrooklyn

    In the Meatpacking district this bar is an exciting place to be without any pretentious grandiosity. One you are in and you go through the velvet curtains you’re greeted with a muted green palate.

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  • Nublu

    62 Avenue CEast Village

    the paradise of the Burlesque show and the underground art scene. The party people dance and exhibit with the most favorite party people like Muffinhead and Eric Schmalenberger.

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  • Bagatelle

    409 W 9th AveMeatpacking

    the absolute best time in this restaurant is on Sunday’s brunch. Service is impeccable, the experience too. The party after the delicious food with people dancing on the tables and champagne spraying each other gets hilarious and different.

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  • Lavo

    39 E 58th stMidtown East

    The white candles bistro gets wild after 2pm. The bottom drops out and almost out of nowhere the music gets louder, champagne starts spraying, waiter fly out of the kitchen with sparkles and every table seems to become an impromptu dance floor.

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  • Dream Ph-D

    355 W 16th stMeatpacking

    This rooftop club in the Downtown of the city serves the most attractive panoramic view of the city skyline views with your favorite cocktails.

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  • Bowery Hotel

    335 BoweryLower East Side

    this club is a mix of graffiti and haute couture converging on a former Italian eatery and latter karaoke bar. The space hasn’t changed much since the 40’s. A place to find pretty places, avant-garde style and intellectual substance are merited on equal weight with famous.

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  • Le Baron

    32 Mulberry stChinatown

    Luxurious vintage fabrics and opulent furnishings fill the spacious second floor of the Bowery Hotel, complete with private entrance, expansive outdoor terrace and an oversized green tiled fireplace. The versatile, flexible event space consists of 10.000 square feet and easily accommodates up to 600 guests.

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  • Le Bain

    848 Washington stMeatpacking

    This rooftop bar at the Standard Hotel was an immediate hit. Opened in 2010, it is just two floors up from the already legendary “Boom Boom Boom” and has the same spectacular view. The furnishings include fake grass, pink waterbeds, and a variety of colorful and satisfyingly comfortable garden furniture.

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