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Graydon Carter has added the Beatrice Inn to his restaurant portfolio, neighbors' of the Gansevoort Park Avenue Hotel complain about loud parties, The Gerber Group's $65 million dollar expansion continues, The Meatball Shop owners Daniel Holzman and Michael Chernow are opening up another location, and more in the nightlife round up! More»
Nightclubs Greenhouse and W.i.P, famous for the bar fight that occurred between Chris Brown and Drake, will reopen, Soaked at Mondrian SoHo features alcohol and fruit infused treats, the new kosher restaurant Jezebel is opening this week, and more in todays nightlife news round up! More»
Tully McLoughlin, a Yale grad living in Ghana, teamed up with his college buddy, Alf Molinas, who currently lives in Tokyo, to host the global event of the summer: Global Float --- an international flash mob dance party, promoted by social media to pick up all over the world. More»
New York City offers some of the best happy hour deals around and we've been on the hunt for the fishiest ones this season. From fish shacks in the East Village to swanky oyster bars in Midtown, here is our master list of 9 fish happy hours in the city. More»
A convivial, welcoming, melting pot without dropping tons of loot is a rare commodity in New York nightlife. Now try to find all of the above on a Sunday evening, it becomes exponentially more difficult. Between the exclusive clubs, raucous bars, and invite-only events, finding an evening activity can be a daunting task. The Standard in NYC, home to the infamous Biergarten and Le Bain, may not be at the forefront of one's mind when searching for an easy entrance and a laid back crowd. However, The Standard Grill is host to one of New York's lesser known evening attractions. Every Sunday night for almost the past two years, The Grill at The Standard has held a bingo night. More»
Before a great night out at one of New York's hotspots, a good dinner is in order. Except, no girl wants to walk more than she has to while wearing those 5 inch heels needed to get past the ropes. Club owners have noticed this as a major downside of going out in New York which is why more and more venues have recently been teaming up with top chefs to create a dining option right next door to their club. Some clubs even let you order food from the restaurant to your table at the club making certain their venues are a one stop shop. With that in mind, we give you some of the top places in the city to dine and dance. More»
Champagne, we have been using it to celebrate special occasions and make ordinary ones extraordinary for centuries. Armand de Brignac (also known as as “Ace of Spades”) is the undisputed leader in the high-end champagne market. Their champagne is typically found on tables in some of the world’s most exclusive venues. More»
Guests take a sneak-peak into Lil' Charlie's at Ken & Cook, Edward Scott Brady throws a party to honor his seventh trip around the globe, Cobra Club offers both Yoga and cocktails, and more in today's Nightlife News Round Up! More»
It’s 7pm on a Friday and I’m watching the sun set on the Hudson River from the Hudson Terrace rooftop. I can’t believe what’s going on around me. A 4AM DJ is playing house music at deafening levels. Bikini clad go-go dancers are moving to the beats on top of speakers. Sparklers and bottle parades head towards one table. Models sip champagne at another. The place is packed with beautiful people and a rock guitarist starts jamming along to the house beats. More»
A fire at Waverly Inn destroys a mural by Edward Sorel, Drake and Chris Brown are each offered $1 million to compete in a celebrity boxing match, Seamus Mullen is the chef for the seasonal cafe in front of the Standard Hotel, and more in today's nightlife roundup! More»
Saturday, March 8
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.