Forum

Forum

Bridging the divide between lounge-bar and club, Forum offers guests an impeccably tasteful interior furnished with plush leather sofas, mahogany fittings and a sweeping 50 ft bar. Additional touches such as Romanesque columns, up-lighting and swanky cocktail menus add to the classy demeanor of this 3,500 square foot party bar. Just a block from Union Square, the bar is situated within prime stumbling distance of public transport amenities, and after a couple of Julius Caesar’s, you’ll probably be quite thankful.

Greenhouse Events

Greenhouse Events

The terms “eco-friendly” and “nightclub” are about as synonymous as “cat” and “dog”, however this prime location two-story club combines the two with effortless ease. Beset within fashionable SoHo, Greenhouse Events is fast earning a world reputation as one of the first clubs to have been decorated with predominantly recycled materials. Every aspect of furnishing and decor, from the recycled glass bars, to the bamboo flooring have been designed purely for this stunning interior. With a 6,000 square foot space, the club is more than capable of handling a good-size crowd, but if you’re looking for a little more elbow room, …continue reading

The Fat Black Pussycat

The Fat Black Pussycat

With an up-beat bar, as well as an opulent lounge-room, The Fat Black Pussycat is a multi-faceted venue where guests can languish to their heart’s content upon antique chaise lounges, or take to the dance-floor enjoying the latest club rhythms. The website offers an alluring “ ½ Price Drink Reservations” discount offer. Simply book on-line via the link to reserve a table, and you’ll be presented with a printable bar-code voucher entitling you and your entourage 50% of your first round of drinks. While only redeemable once on your visit, there does not appear to be an upper limit regarding the …continue reading

Webster Hall

Webster Hall

Considered New York’s premier entertainment center, Webster Hall is a 19th Century building and America’s first established nightclub. Despite the architectural heritage, and an interior harking back to the glorious elegance of the early 20th Century – Webster Hall only gained official recognition as New York landmark in 2008. The center comprises a nightclub, music venue, recording space and events suite, in addition to the huge balconied ballroom for which it is so renowned. With a total capacity of 2,500, Webster Hall holds enough entertainment areas to cater for multifarious tastes. The contemporary “Balcony Lounge” is a great place to relax …continue reading

Pacha

Pacha

Following in the successful wake of the European tourist mecca, the Manhattan super-club has become New York’s very own crowd-magnet, attracting a highly mixed clientèle. At 30,000 square feet, the four story venue is one of the largest in Manhattan – each floor customized with a unique theme. Aside from the uber modern decor, the Pacha brand is also renowned for the high-class dance acts who regularly head the bill at weekends in Europe. Since it’s opening two years ago, Pacha N.Y.C has also had it’s own fair share of first class DJ’s including Cosmic Gate, and resident Erick Morillo. …continue reading

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