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Over the weekend in NYC, Drake, Diddy, and Jay Z had concerts leading up to the Super Bowl, GQ hosted a blowout party at the Top of the Standard, the Seahawks celebrated their victory at Marquee, and so much more!
Last night in NYC, Super Bowl fever was in full effect as Kings of Leon played to a crowd including Bill Murray, Rob Thomas, and Aaron Paul at the Time Warner Cable Studios, celebrities made their way to the Bootsie Bellows pop-up for some late night partying with CÎROC, NBA superstar Kevin Durant hosted a Digital Mixer at 40/40 Club alongside Carmelo Anthony and Russell Westbrook, and so much more!
Every year, sports bars, clubs and restaurants celebrate the biggest sporting event in the United States with viewing parties and special menus. However, with the Super Bowl taking place at MetLife Stadium for the first time, NYC has kicked the festivities into overdrive with concerts and massive blowout parties featuring VIP guest lists. Whether you want to drink with top athletes, catch a show by Jay Z, Drake, or Kings of Leon, or just find a great place to watch the game with your friends, we've got you covered with our Official 2014 Super Bowl Guide. More»
Over the weekend in NYC, No.8 invited model Cory Bond to host a special Super Model Saturdays party, Ferran Adria hosted a star studded dinner following the opening of his new exhibit "Notes on Creativity," and more!
Last night in NYC, Zac Efron's new film "That Awkward Moment" premiered in NYC and the star celebrated at MaisonO's Stardust Lounge, Vanessa Hudgens attended the "Gimme Shelter" premiere and after-party, Waris Ahluwalia teamed up with Aldo for a party at Chez Andre to kick off their new bracelet collaboration, and so much more!
Last night in NYC, No.8 threw a special "80's In Aspen" themed event in the Rec Room, graffiti artists Mint & Serf opened their new exhibit at Bleecker Street Arts Club with the who's who of the downtown scene, and more!
Last night, nightlife queen Amy Sacco celebrated her birthday, along with Jill Demling, Karen Mulligan, and Lisa Benson, at her club, No.8. The event was the first major blowout party of the year at the celebrity hotspot, following their 11-hour rager on New Year's Eve. The party started downstairs where Benjamin Ickles and his orchestra provided music. Guests were treated to an open bar of George Clooney's Casamigos Tequila, a barrell of which was gifted to Sacco by the actor who recently celebrated the "Gravity" after-party at No.8. Jennifer's Way cupcakes were also provided, and guests sang karaoke until multiple cakes with sparklers were brought out. After midnight, VIP guests headed upstairs to the Rec Room where the party continued late into the night. More»
On Tuesday night, NYC celebrated New Year's Eve in grand fashion. Sir Ian McKellan partied at the grand re-opening of the historic club Diamond Horseshoe, Tribeca Grand Hotel hosted the 'This Is New Year' party, Miley Cyrus rocked out in Times Square, the Soho Grand overcame a slight technical snafu to throw a killer Masquerade Ball with Harley Viera Newton, and so much more!
In 2013 we were treated to some incredible events throughout the year in the form of exquisite galas, opening night parties, and good old fashioned clubbing. With 2014 rapidly approaching, we look back at some of our favorite events, from the famed Met Ball to the TAO Downtown grand opening. Click through to see our favorites, and mark your calendars, because most of these events are returning in 2014!
2013 is coming to an end, and as always, New Yorkers know how to close out the year in style. This year, there are more options than ever for any kind of New Year's Eve celebration, whether you want to party at the mega-clubs with mega-DJs, or have an intimate dinner with friends. From extravagant club openings to special performances on the rooftop, we've got the best New Year's Eve parties right ahead.
Friday, March 7
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.