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On Saturday night, DJ Avicii took over Revel's new 5,000 seat space at Ovation Hall. This was part of the 22-year-old Swedish DJ's "Levels" tour across North America and marked the first electronic dance music performance at Revel. The concert was presented by Ash Alliance and At Night along with the Angel Management Group and Revel. MoreĀ»
This weekend saw the grand opening of two much-anticipated spots in Hong Kong. View 62, the new restaurant by Chef Paco Roncero and Woobar at the W Hotel with Mick Rock's exhibit, hosted their opening parties to kick off the summer. MoreĀ»
When one goes to Paris they immediately want to see the main attractions such as the Eiffel Tower, the Lourve and Notre Dame. And of course when you're in Paris we do also expect you to have just as much fun at night as you would during the day. While we do condone immersing oneself in the culture of this beautiful country, we wouldn't want you to think that an true Parisian night out is spending an evening at the Moulin Rouge. With that said, we have scouted out the top places for you to have a wild night out in Paris. MoreĀ»
New York nightlife has officially been taken over by an army of cool fashion savvy downtown 'it' girls. The following squad of girl power DJs includes the style icon Mia Moretti and the BFF duo Cassie Coane and Harley Viera Newton. These gals turn to music and fashion to prove that the club scene is a woman's world. Check out these 6 slides that reveal our favorite jockeys who have brought back the sass into the science behind spinning.
[Photo: DJ Mia Moretti] MoreĀ»
Earlier this week, EMM Group announced their new partnership with Angel Management Group to open a new nightclub and entertainment venue at the popular Revel resort and casino in Atlantic City. EMM Group is the mogul behind some of NYC's hottest spot such as SL, Abe& Arthurs and Catch and the groups founders were even named "The New Kings of New York Nightlife" by Forbes Magazine. MoreĀ»
We're familiar with pop-up stores, but there's a new hot concept in the short-term usage of space, and it's something we can all get on board with: the pop-up club. From cities as foreign as Istanbul and as familiar as Miami, jet-setters no longer have to search for the local hot spot because where the well-heeled crowd travels, the clubs now follow.
[Photo: Boom Boom Room in Istanbul] MoreĀ»
Though Britain handed rule of Hong Kong back to China in 1997, the city is still full of English touches. From the name of streets to the hoards of expats that call Hong Kong home, the British influence still lingers. Hong Kong has no shortage of nightlife, and one of the best ways to enjoy the city's bars is by embracing its English past and checking out all the great gastro pubs. From a late night drinking spot to a restaurant where you can find traditional English fare, here's where to channel your inner Brit in Hong Kong. MoreĀ»
Modern-day Paris certainly has an interesting nightlife scene, and a look back at the early days of Parisian partying may reveal why. Before there was Le Baron, Paris was home to some seriously spooky establishments. Documented in an 1899 book called Bohemian Paris of To-Day, authors William Chambers Morrow and Edouard Cucuel reveal some of the city's most haunting bars and clubs of La Belle Epoque. MoreĀ»
Below 14th Street, Travis Bass is a familiar face to the locals, downtown creatives, and nightlife regulars. Being a resident of Chinatown since 1998, Travis has done the event design for parties in the same neighborhood he calls home. He is known for New York-centric popup parties in converted Chinese restaurants, such as Madame Wongās and Red Egg, that have attracted models and socialites. His new pop-up party, Inga, is at the space 141 Chrystie Street. To this event designer, inspiration comes from the retro, the glamorous, the cinematic, and the real.
Guest of a Guest met with Travis at the Bowery Hotel to discuss his latest pop up party, Inga. Over coffee and wine, Travis spoke enthusiastically about his projects and the things that keep New York and downtown nightlife authentic. [Travis Bass, Photo via Purple Diary] MoreĀ»
Persistence, persistence, persistence -- Justin Ross Lee is never one to give up. After recounting his list of bans from clubs and restaurants up and down the island of Manhattan about a month ago, a few bad memories resurfaced. One memory in particular that hit a sore spot: his longstanding feud with doorman Aalex Julian. A Twitter war soon erupted after the article was posted, and since then tensions have been high. So high, in fact, that when JRL stopped by Dream Downtown last week, the night ended with Lee filing a police report for harassment against Julian! JRL has been flashing this little report on all forms of his social media, so I asked to hear his side of the story. Below, JRL relives the night in his own words: MoreĀ»
Wednesday, March 12
Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.