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Best Clubs in Meatpacking District, New York/in New York /by johndisco
For those that don’t know, the Meatpacking District in New York has become of the hot new, emerging centers for art, music and partying not only in NY but also in the United States. Don’t let the name confuse you, this area is one fun places to be. So today were going to look at some of the hottest bars/clubs in the Meatpacking District in NY.
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The Electric Room is hidden on the lower level of Dream Downtown. The private room holds roughly 100 people and features a complete bar servicing high-end drinks and custom cocktails. The room has a separate cool feel with sofas featuring the Union Jack Flag.
Specialty back-painted antique mirrors by artist Chris Stain decorate the banquette wall, as well as artwork by Sante D’Orazio and Marilyn Minter. Bottle service is availible for booking, as are ticketing and Guest List options, all availible here, through Discotech.
Nestled away within the beauty of Tao Downtown’s restaurant is a secret treasure, the “in the know” oasis called Tao Downtown Nightclub. Separate from the restaurant, the 2500 sq foot drinks-only lounge has kept a low-key profile attracting VIPS and celebrities for late night/wee-hour cocktails, music and dancing.
A lot of people aren’t even aware that there’s a nightclub below, as it is tucked away in the corner of the huge Tao complex, away from the dining area. The club is placed one stair down and where it is so intimate and dark, it feels like a speak-easy. Tao Downtown Nightclub is one of the Meatpacking hotspots these days for those in the know, and it can be challenging to get in on weekends. Click here to see Upcoming Events or sign up for Guest List at Tao Downtown or book bottle service, as it is important to note that dining at the restaurant does not guarantee entry into the club.
The Tippler is a classic New York cocktail destination snuggled in the cellar space beneath the Chelsea Market. The light of the “OPEN” marquee at 425 W 15th Street guides the way underground to a bar immersed in NYC history.
With its water tower wood and train rails from the nearby High Line, antique fixtures, excellent library decor and unique speakeasy atmosphere, The Tippler showcase innovative craft cocktails and locally made products, while happily serving a wide selection of spirits, beers, and wines.
Hudson Bar and Books
Hudson Bar and Books is found in one of New York City´s most popular neighborhoods, the West Village. Encircled by landmarked townhouses, brownstones, and cobblestone streets, Hudson Bar and Books gives a refreshing option to the now trendy meat packing district.
Hudson Bar and Books was also the original high-end hotel style bar accessible to both local residents and destination visitors, inviting and welcoming all. The decor is very traditionaly styled with a taste of continental.
Opened in 2004, Brass Monkey is a relaxed, cool neighborhood bar with a classic American menu served for lunch, dinner and brunch (on weekends). They have a huge draft and bottle beer selection, a wide assortment of spirits and house cocktails as well as a lively wine list. Their three separate bars span two floors and three rooms that show off their original woodwork and brick walls that open up to a bright, beautiful inviting roof terrace.
Cubbyhole has been talked about as the perfect addition to the perfect Greenwich Village scene, cobblestone streets, found in the heart of the village. Clubbyhole always been known to be an easy-going, friendly crowd with great bartenders that know your name, know your drink and always have a smile.
Many have said its the only bar in New York where gay men and women feel equally comfortable and welcome. What’s amazing is that this bar is not concerned with being an exclusively gay or lesbian bar. People who aren’t into labels or people who identify as LGBT will feel comfortable as well. Also it’s full of cute men and women.
STK is a novel idea that beautifully mixes the modern steakhouse and a stylish lounge into one, offering a vibrant, fine dining experience with the excellent quality of a popular steakhouse. STK differentiates itself by emphasizing the social experience and taking a vibe-driven approach to fine dining.
Every venue has a DJ to create an irresistible, high-energy environment and the sleek atmosphere is designed to promote guests to interact and mingle. Ultimately, STK aims to define the modern dining experience full of incredible food, world-class service and the perfect ambiance.
Come take a walk on the wild side – girls, keep your Louis bags at home – and head into Troy Liquor Bar, a mixture of art, music and fashion. Troy Liquor Bar aims to throw it back to a simpler time, when there were hippies about and not hipsters; when the Meatpacking District was a full meat market instead of crazy champagne brunches; when it was about spending time with your friends rather than posting that perfect picture.
DJs will perform to crowds while party-goers enjoy old school cocktails and the slick interior, featuring bright colored graffiti art by Col Wallnuts. Hangout with friends in one of the 5 cozy nooks, shoot a game of pool or play a round of foosball.
Welcome to 1Oak. After moving passed a coat-check anteroom, patrons find themselves in an open room with a roof of raw oak slats and a zigzagging black-and-white floor. The room is split by a center bar serving out $20 mixed drinks, and, in one corner, a VIP-type area with a roaring fireplace and giant artwork by Roy Nachum.
Past that area is an outdoor smoking lounge somewhat enclosed by mirrored walls. In the front of the room, you see a D.J. stage outfitted with what looks and feels like a very expensive sound system and in the back, risers for those content sitting without silver Dom Pérignon buckets in front of them. If you’d like to sit with Dom Pérignon buckets in front of you, Discotech allows you to book bottler service here. Click Upcoming Events at 1Oak to see who’s performing this weekend!
New York City Halloween 2017 Guide/in New York /by alviedisco
Ah, Halloween – a legendary weekend of dark, twisted, debauchery in The Big Pumpk- ahem, Apple. You’ve spent months browsing Amazon for – or DIY-ing – your costume, not to mention weeks planning your excuse to get out of work. The Days of The Dead are now upon us, and it’s time to stuff all that big-city adulting nonsense into a Jack-O-Lantern for one night and join the freaks, ghouls, and goblins haunting the town.
Only one problem remains: where to drag your tired, decked-out, makeup-caked zombie corpse for some brains (and by brains I mean alcohol). In true New York City fashion, you waited until the last second to decide, didn’t you???? Well, save your fears for the unknown (and undead!), because we’ve got the knowledge – and the plug – on this year’s hottest haunt spots in NYC. Here we highlight the biggest monsters in the bunch.
Friday, October 27th
Bloody Friday Halloween @ Cielo
South Bronx native Les Carbonell kicks off Halloween weekend by getting scary on the turntables with a mixture of deep soulful beats, melodious vocals, and quality Techno. There will be blood (again) in the Meatpacking District… mixed with plenty of sweat on the dance floor.
Time: 10:00 PM – 4:00 AM
Venue: Cielo (18 Little West 12th Street, New York, NY 10014)
Saturday, October 28th
Nightmare on Ludlow @ The DL
This Halloween, bask in eerie thrills and party like there’s no tomorrow with the beautiful creatures of NYC at The DL’s Halloween bash. A live DJ will spin smoldering hits of Top 40, Hip Hop, House and Mash Ups as the naughty nurses and scary vampires wreak havoc on the dance floor. For the party fiends with even more sinful tastes, VIP Table and Bottle Packages will satiate your thirst for the VIP experience with amenities like expedited admission, full service in a private space, and bottle presentations.
Time: 5:30 PM – 4:00 AM
Venue: The DL (95 Delancy Street, New York, NY 10002)
SoldOut Saturdays Golden Goblin Edition @ Gilded Lily
One of the more unique and exclusive hotspots in the Meatpacking District, the Gilded Lily has become a favorite haunt for celebrities and NYC socialites. On this night, the Lily will be transformed into a dark haunt for ghouls, ghosts, and the elusive Golden Goblin. Costumes are a must, and don’t be surprised if you find a few famous faces behind those masks.
Time: 10:00 PM – 4:00 AM
Venue: Gilded Lily (408 West 15th Street, New York, NY 10011)
Nightmare on 14th Street @ Up & Down
Just like on a normal weeknight at U&D, it will be quite the nightmare to get into this exclusive party – tickets sold out in less than a week. Your only way in will be to book a VIP table, dress like Freddy Krueger, or be a group of attractive females that look like Freddy’s next victims.
Time: 10:00 PM – 4:00 AM
Venue: Up & Down (408 West 15th Street, New York, NY 10011)
Sunday, October 29
Showtime Sundays Halloween Party @ LAVO
As if Sunday Funday wasn’t turnt up enough in The City That Never Sleeps, Sunday Scream Day will be rocking on a whole new level on the dark isle of Manhattan. LAVO is the perennial “Place To Be Seen” on Sunday nights, with a healthy clientele mix of fashion models, Wall Street bros, and the “no school tomorrow” fashion students and grad school kids that aspire to be both. Trick-or-treating isn’t cheap here – VIP tables are the only way in.
Time: 11:00 PM – 4:00 AM
Venue: LAVO NY (39 E 58th St, New York, NY 10022)
Tuesday, October 31st
OAK Halloween Party @ 1OAK
Is there any greater “Fear Factor” than standing outside one of NYC’s most exclusive and best-branded clubs in the freezing cold, blood curdling, hoping that the bouncer will let you in? Well, for one evening you can put your recurring nightmare on hold: the world-famous 1 OAK Nightclub, headlined by New York native Jus Ske, takes an angelic break from its usual devilish tight door policy/”VIP Tables Only” standard to allow costume-wearing revelers purchasing pre-sale tickets (limited supply $20/$30) past its hallowed doors and into its supernatural playground. Paranormal activity, indeed!
Time: 11:00 PM – 4:00 AM
Venue: 1 OAK NYC (453 W 17th St, New York, NY 10011)
More events and more venues for Halloween Week in NYC – including non-costume parties – can be found in our app at https://app.discotech.me/new-york/events. Happy haunting!