Opulent chandeliers, plush booths, and a state-of-the-art sound system you can't find anywhere else in the city? It's no wonder that The Palace is the aptly named new favorite of New York City's downtown dancing queens (and kings).
Recently opened on the border of Soho and Tribeca, the hot spot made a splash during New York Fashion Week and has already hosted the likes of G-EAZY, Future, Diplo, and the Chainsmokers, along with the new Gossip Girl guys, Eli Brown, Thomas Doherty, and Evan Mock. Cool kids, influencers, and plenty of fashionistas can also be found flocking to get in.
The Palace is the latest venture from Tom and Anthony Martignetti, the nightlife players behind the long-beloved Soho staple Southside, which ruled the late night scene for a decade before shuttering in 2018. They've partnered with with seasoned industry vet Ben Robertshaw (operating partner of Grey Lady) who says he "always has been and always will be bullish on New York City."
The team knows a thing or two about creating the perfect party vibes and they certainly don't disappoint here.
With a weekly lineup of DJs and a custom E11VEN sound system amping up the tunes, the whole place seems to turn into a dance floor. For the real models and bottles experience, guests can order up magnums of champagne and, between sips, take the ultimate night out selfie in a space decked out completely in shattered CDs.
If you're looking for the spot to dance and 'gram into the wee hours (while rubbing elbows with a few celebs), this funky, glamorous newcomer is it.
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[Photos by Liz Clayman courtesy The Palace]