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The owners of The Standard Hotel are rumored to be selling their property for a total of $300 million, the Soho House is looking into expanding to the Lower East Side, FINALE is looking to get board approval for dancing, Swedish House Mafia plans to disband after their final NYC show this weekend, and so much more in the Nightlife News Round Up. More»
There's no denying that the official draw of New York Fashion Week is getting to see the new collections and shows, but unofficially, we know that no Fashion Week would be complete without the parties. The past seven days proved to be no exception, as our favorite designers and A-listers celebrated everywhere from Bow to No. 8. Click through to see where else the fashion set partied this week. These hot spots are sure to be your go-to venues this spring.
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It's only Tuesday, which means we still have a long work week ahead of us. Even if you're not getting out right at 4PM when the market closes, you're still looking to get a strong cocktail (or two) after work. There's no shortage of happy hour deals in FiDi during the week, so for those of us who work Downtown, making our way down to Wall Street is the way to go. Here are some of the top spots for your happy hour fix this week.
For all the amazing artists in NYC, there are dozens more who go unnoticed. Fortunately, there are a few places that merge major acts with talented up-and-coming musicians. Check out these 7 clubs in NYC that are known for hosting emerging artists. More»
If you're spending 8 or more hours a day right outside of Times Square, chances are that by the time you leave work, you'll need a drink. The Midtown after-work crowd may be more suited-up than all of us who work downtown, but no matter where you work, everyone's looking for the same thing: a strong cocktail. If downtown isn't your scene (or if you've already tried all the happy hours down here), here are some of the best happy hours in Midtown. More>>
Who would have thought that in the doldrums of winter, the place to find some heat would be right on Broadway? You'll laugh, you'll cry, but mostly you'll savor the lovelorn couples of the stage (just in time for Valentine's Day). But no night out is complete without some post or pre-show drinks. Click through to find out which shows to see and which bars to pair them with for your perfect evening, just in time for Broadway week, which lasts through February 7th.
Nearly a century ago, speakeasies defined Manhattan nights, making the social scene exclusive and elusive, just how New Yorkers like it. While we are no longer subject to the laws of prohibition, the tradition of the “unmarked door” is very much alive. The covert entrances that once served to disguise the most lavish parties from the law now serve as an artful asylum from the tourists and masses. Although the goal of these venues is to remain undercover, nothing can stay secret for long in a city like New York.
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Although there are a plethora of bars and clubs in New York to keep you busy every night of the year, sometimes you just want a place where you can sit and enjoy drinks in a relaxed, sophisticated environment. In the last few years, restaurants have transformed into the center of nightlife, complete with comfortable decor and excellent cocktails. We've chosen a few restaurants where the atmosphere draws us in and the drink selection makes us never want to leave.
NYC wine bars are a dime a dozen, so we understand that it can be easy to play it safe and stick with those tried and true spots you already know and love. But it's a new year, and if you're starting to get bored of your usual routine, we're here to help you ditch your go-to spots and venture out to one of the many great wine bars the city has to offer. Be it the atmosphere or the menu, these places have unique qualities that even your non-wine friends will enjoy. More»
Do you have an insatiable appetite for oysters? It can get very expensive very quickly when you couple expensive taste and a hearty appetite. No worries, we've scoped out the best spots to satisfy your oyster cravings without breaking the bank. More»
NYC's nightlife dance scene just hasn't been the same since Marquee closed its doors for renovations last year, but club-goers can finally rest assured. As of tomorrow (January 16th), the wait will be over and the masses can finally get back to partying as usual. Marquee is set to reopen even bigger and better than before with less tables and an enormous dance floor. You can expect to see your favorite DJs spinning in the upcoming months including DJ Vice, who will be in the booth for the grand opening. In honor of tomorrow night, click through to take a trip down memory lane with us, and reminisce about all the great times spent at the west-side hot spot.
Friday, May 24
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.