A neon-lit room filled with bumping music, chic outfits, and about a dozen toned midriffs - sounds like your typical hot spot, right?

Well, yeah. But these days meetings take place over matcha and after-work vino has been replaced by Vinyasa, so when we say "hot spot," we are, of course, talking about a fitness studio.

For fashionistas-turned-fit-chicks, New York's newest subterranean spot to see and be seen (both on Instagram and IRL), is Fithouse Tribeca. The second outpost of the "all class club" taking over the city recently opened its doors on Worth Street and in its first week saw It Girl editors from Vogue, Coveteur, and WWD sweating it out, stylishly as ever. The feature that has them all buzzing? The exclusive method they all know and love from The Bari Studio.

All the bouncing, sculpting, and dancing revolutionized by Bari has found a new home inside the ultra modern, 4,400-square-foot space, along with the pro trainers that helped earn the workout a cult following among the cool kids. With the added bonus of Fithouse's range of equipment, some of our favorite routines are even getting heart-pumping upgrades. Resistance bands on a trampoline? Prepare to feel the burn.

Fithouse takes the boutique studio experience and puts it all in one place, with cardio, HIIT, toning, and yoga classes all on the roster - and you don't have to be an A-lister to afford it. Monthly memberships start at $99, but the best bang for your buck is the unlimited package - $189 for all the two-a-days your abs can handle. (No wonder we're not the only ones popping in on our lunch breaks.)

And since we all know a sweat sesh didn't really happen unless you put it on the 'gram, Fithouse Tribeca provides plenty of content - from neon signs to a designated selfie mirror. Just remember to snap a pic before you're drenched.

Click through for an inside look at the brand new studio!

Fithouse Tribeca, 93 Worth Street