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Orpheum Theatres

orpheum-theatres The Orpheum Theatre is a 299-seat Off-Broadway theatre on Second Avenue near the corner of St. Marks Place in the East Village neighborhood of lower Manhattan, New York City. It is the home of the New York production of Stomp since it opened in 1994 with over 5,000 performances of the show have taken place there. There may have been a concert garden...

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Upstairs At The Kimberly

upstairs-at-the-kimberly Located atop the Kimberly Hotel, Upstairs is 3,000sqft of culinary bliss perched 30 stories above Manhattan. They dub their signature Rum Service cocktail the manliest drink alive for its capturing of the fragrant nuances of tobacco-infused honey, and thus presenting the greatest two-vice combination since the choco-taco.

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United Palace Theater

united-palace-theater The United Palace is a former theatre now used as a church and live music venue, located at 4140 Broadway between West 175th and 176th Streets in the Washington Heights neighborhood of Manhattan. New York City.

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Triumph Room

triumph-room Cozy, lavish and intimate, the Triumph Room can easily accommodate a party of 300 guests. Designed with with warm deep earth colors around a central Brazilian Cherry dancefloor, this 57th Street spot offers seating for 175, with great flexibility for a variety of corporate and social event possibilities. Located in the lower level of Providence,...

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The Town Hall

the-town-hall Suffragists founded it, Marian Anderson sang here, and Garrison Keillor likes to stop by for a few yarns about Minnesota. Numerous NYC school children have their first theatrical experience here. Founded in 1921, The Town Hall is a non-profit National Historic site in the heart of NYCs theatre district, with a line-up that features events ranging from...

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The Park

the-park Sprawling Chelsea hot spot with a glassed-in garden & a rooftop patio overlooking the High Line.

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Tao Uptown

tao-uptown TAO, New York, the largest and most popular Asian restaurant in New York City, was created to offer its guests a sensual trip through the cuisines of Asia. From the moment one enters, they are transported to another world designed to relax and indulge all of the senses. Open since fall 2000, this action packed venue has not lost one bit of its buzz....

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Tao Downtown

tao-downtown For its second location, this clubby bistro takes over the 22,000-square-foot space that once housed Hiro Ballroom and Matsuri. The menu draws inspiration from all over Asia, featuring dishes like a Hong Kong-style crispy snapper; Shanghainese fried rice stuffed in an egg crepe; and Japanese wagyu sukiyaki. Sculptures and paintings from Thailand and...



southside Along with ex-Rubys manager James Willis, Anthony Martignetti has remade Bellathe subterranean lounge underneath his restaurant Brinkleysas Southside. The new touches are notable. The nearly $300,000 sound system, for one. Tasteful tree-patterned wallpaper and fake palms, for another. And a now-centralized D.J. booth, for third, that boasts UES D.J.s...


Sankeys NYC

sankeys-nyc Located in the former District 36 space, Sankeys NYC is the Gotham outpost of the famed U.K. clubbing institution that has also been one of Ibizas leading repositories for underground house and techno.

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Rockwood Music Hall

rockwood-music-hall This tidy room in Allen Streets dingy mini-mall plays to two downtown tastes. Rockwoods amber lighting and wooden tables lure Lower East Siders who take their dcor cues from shelter magazines. Its careful wine selection deepens the sophisticated vibe. But the schmancy trappings fade into the gold-and-red-painted walls when the scruffy musicians tune...


Riff Raff

riff-raff While this club is still a relatively new addition to the list of New York City nightlife staples, its creators and owners (founders of Marquee Nightclub and operators of Tao Las Vegas) have ensured its future seat in the New York nightlife hall of fame. Avenue rests on the border of Chelsea and Meatpacking and attracts nothing short of New York Citys...

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Radio City Music Hall

radio-city-music-hall New Yorks Radio City Music Hall has a rich history, seasoned with renowned performers dating back to 1932. Perhaps none is more beloved than the legendary Rockettes and their Christmas Spectacular. All 6,200 seats are known to be great in this acoustically perfect venue...A Showplace of the Nations.



provocateur Provocateur Nightclubs lavish decor is glamorous by design. Two extravagant Royal BB black chandeliers designed by Edward Van Viliet and imported from the Netherlands hang from the ceiling. The walls are adorned by lavender staircases and wrapped with state of the art LED ribbons bringing the room alive with constant interactive illumination. The Nightclub...



plunge Gansevoort Meatpacking Hotels rooftop bar serves up perfectly blended cocktails, stunning views of New York City vistas and an unforgettable party every night of the week. The expansive central loft boasts soaring 20 foot ceilings and floor to ceiling windows and is encircled by a landscaped garden and lounge area with breathtaking 360-degree views...



pianos Pianos is a two-story bar/restaurant/live music venue in the Lower East Side section of Manhattan at 158 Ludlow Street. Its stage attracts local and national alternative rock groups as well as DJs, though a more typical performance consists of smaller name local and touring acts.



pachita A club within NYCs infamous Pacha complex.


Norwood Club

norwood-club Norwood, a five-floor private club populated by various creative types, is located in an elegant 1845 townhouse. In its present day incarnation, it features a relaxed downstairs lounge, open during the day, that serves as a casual (you know, past that whole membership-requirement thing) locale to meet a friend for a drink, a cappuccino, or a dish of...

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No. 8

no-8 Famous for its historical affairs, crimes of passion, and celebrated scandal, No. 8s namesake the renowned bungalow of the Beverly Hills Hotel lends a reputation of mystery and intrigue. Aptly deemed the "No-Tell Motel" for its discretion, No. 8 caters to an international group of faithful habitus who value their privacy. No. 8 is a bi-level...



motivo Two bars, two levels, and infinite possibilities. Motivo is a very versatile venue for events of all types, from intimate dinner parties to gala cocktail receptions. Motivo is a truly unique and remarkable Manhattan event venue. Situated near Gramercy Park and the Flatiron Building, it is the premier New York City location for distinctive corporate...

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Metropolitan Room

metropolitan-room Voted #1 Jazz Cabaret Club by New York Magazine, The Metropolitan Room is one of the most critically acclaimed venues in NYC and is known as the "Home" for big name talents and rising stars. This famed, Flatiron District, 22nd Street bastion for singers, is located in the heart of Manhattan in the Flatiron/Chelsea District. A high-end cabaret and jazz...

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Mercury Lounge

mercury-lounge The Mercury Lounge is a club/music venue in the Lower East Side section of New York City. The structure, at 217 East Houston Street, housed the servants to the Astor mansion, connected to it by an underground labyrinth of tunnels.



mehanata There are 8 million stories in the Big Apple, and many of the good ones have involved depraved nights at this Bulgarian bar. That is, before the Ramada Inn bought its Canal Street perch. Though bras still hang from the ceiling at the new space and the four-tops are still rough-hewn, the LES incarnation shows shades of Disneyland, like the log-cabin...

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Lincoln Center For The Performing Arts

lincoln-center-for-the-performing-arts Lincoln Center is one of the cornerstones of New York Citys culture, consisting of a campus of 11 organizations focused on music, dance and theatre. Together, they bring thousands of performances to life each year. Stop by to see a concert or a play, or take a guided tour of Lincoln Centers many impressive theaters. Many of the venues that make up Lincoln...


Liberty Theater

liberty-theater Located in the heart of New York, the newly renovated and vigorous Times Square District. The Liberty Theater brings old world style, sophistication and history to New Yorks most famous and popular neighborhood. Unlike any other venue, The Liberty Theater is quite simply breathtaking. A multifaceted events space can cater and host dinners, events, shows,...

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Jazz Standard

jazz-standard A world away from the low-ceilinged, cramped clubs of the West Village, the sleek Jazz Standard is one of the most upscale and civilized spots to view jazz in the city. Located in the basement of Danny Meyers similarly designed Blue Smoke restaurant, the club features the down-home country cooking of its upstairs neighbor, as well as its vast selection...

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Le Bain

le-bain Le Bain is situated on both the 18th floor and the rooftop of the New York City Standard Hotel in Manhattan, and offers indoor and outdoor options respectively. Downstairs is the darkly-lit clubbing area with heated indoor pool, while the upstairs rooftop area is more laid back, plush with artificial grass, waterbeds, and a crepe station offering food...



iridium Located in Midtown Manhattan, the Iridium Jazz Club is a nice place to hear different kinds of jazz in a laid back setting. Despite its location in chaotic Midtown West, once you enter the club, the hustle and bustle of New York City slowly starts to dissipate with the sound of a few notes. On Monday nights, the creator of the electric guitar Les Paul...

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Gramercy Theater

gramercy-theater Established in 1937. Located in New York Citys historic Gramercy neighborhood, Gramercy Theatre opened in 1937. Gramercy spent just over 60 years as a movie theatre and art-house until 1998, when it was renovated into a 499-seat playhouse to present Off Broadway theatrical productions, the largest in the city at the time. In 2004, the theater was...

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Gotham Hall

gotham-hall From elegant social events to corporate gatherings and non-profit galas, you and your guests will enjoy the uncompromising attention to detail and exceptional personal service of our event coordination. Whether a grand celebration or an intimate gathering, our event planners will work with you to ensure that your occasion is distinctive and remarkable....

Ginny's Supper Club, 310 Lenox Avenue, New York, NY 10027.

Ginnys Supper Club

ginnys-supper-club Directly downstairs from Red Rooster, Ginnys used to be a community and performance space for its upstairs neighbor, but since its opening, its taken on an identity all its own. The chic, retro supper club is all mirrors, tapered columns, patterned screens, and soft lighting. The stage at the far end of the club is a busy little place: youll find Latin...



drom About Located in the trendy and bohemian East Village, DROM is lower Manhattans best kept secret. We combine the curatorial vision of a performing arts organization with the soul of a downtown lounge. Description From jazz and rock to electronic, soul and funk to hip-hop and international, DROM prides itself on presenting fresh new sounds and introducing...

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Culture Club

culture-club Its official: The one and only Pac-Man-chomping Culture Club has returned to NYC! A celebration of all things 80s, the new, multi-level Midtown location is bursting with nostalgia, from a Delorean on the ceiling to larger-than-life murals of Michael Jackson and Madonna--as well as Jennys number: 867-5309--on the walls. Its the perfect party place for...

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City Winery

city-winery City Winery strives to deliver the highest-end combined culinary and cultural experience to our customers who are passionate in sharing wine, music, and culinary arts. We are a unique facility, combining a fully functioning winery with intimate concerts, food & wine classes, private events in a variety of configurations, and fine dining. We have created...


Circle Nyc

circle-nyc Club/Lounge Top 40, Dance/Electronic, House

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Carnegie Hall

carnegie-hall Established in 1891. For more than a century, Carnegie Hall has set the international standard for excellence in performance. Its walls have echoed with applause for the worlds outstanding classical music artists, as they have for the greatest popular musicians and many prominent dancers, authors, social crusaders, and world figures who have appeared...

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Cake Shop

cake-shop Records. Coffee. Beer. Three things that have brought more people together than Democrats and Republicans combined. Thanks to the owners of the East Villages The Library and Williamsburgs Bruar Falls, all can be found in one cheery, two-floor space on the Ludlow strip. The bright orange, faux-wood-paneled upstairs pastry caf recalls Amsterdam minus...


Beacon Theater

beacon-theater The Beacon Theatre is a landmark in Lower Manhattan. The posh chiseled design leaves you feeling like you are in a theater with as much historical background as it has, which although is small for its size it packs a solid punch. Big-name musical acts are usually on the marquee at this classy, 2,800-seat theater.

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Barclays Center

barclays-center 620 Atlantic Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11217

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apotheke With an amazing selection of over 250 world-class cocktails and one of the best stocks of imported spirits in the city, Aphotheke sets a gold standard for mixology in New York Hidden away in a former opium-den on a storied stretch of Chinatown, the interior design is as overwhelmingly elegant as its cocktail menu. Designer Christopher Tierney has transformed...


230 Fifth

230-fifth 230 Fifth is an award-winning rooftop bar and lounge in New York with a great vibe and a jaw-dropping view of the New York city skyline. Taking up a massive 22,000 square feet split inside and out, 230 Fifth is also the largest rooftop bar in Manhattan (its actually pretty reminiscent of The Roof Gardens in London) and draws in large, buzzing and well-heeled...

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Apollo Theater

apollo-theater The Apollo Theater Foundation, Inc., a not-for-profit organization established in 1991, is dedicated to the preservation and development of the legendary Apollo Theater through the Apollo Experience of world-class live performances and education programs that: honor the influence and advance the contributions of African-American artists; and advance...

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49 Grove

49-grove 49 Grove is an elegant lounge, the stylish kind that all of us grownups have been craving downtown. The place appeals to a sophisticated crowed seeking service, intimacy, comfort and style." Conveniently located in a landmark building in the West Village, 49 Grove is ideally equipped for corporate events, holiday affairs, film premieres and screenings,...

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