New York City is truly known for its nightlife like it has open bars, DJs spinning mixes on turntables and you can go for watching a wild scene set that functions near a hot tub in the middle of the dance floor. The late night parties are innovative and this is the city that never sleeps and the fun continues all night long. The working people got the time to enjoy weekends most of the time so here are the places to check out on weekends.
New York City Clubs, Bars, Nightlife
Webster Hall: It has a grand Ballroom which accommodates around 3000 people. It is illuminated with neon and flashing lights. You can groove yourself with raw and pumping bass and also you can hear some amazing tracks on the electronic beat. Some of the DJ’s that have played their bands in the past in Webster hall are Bloody Beetroots, Rusko, Neon Indian, and Mobile Disco.
Cielo: Cielo celebrates etcetera party on the first Friday of every month for all the dancing shenanigans. The concept of Turntables on the Hudson is prevalent in the Cielo and the Nickodemus holds the turntables with the help of friends and kindred spirits.
Poisson Rouge: This place will help you to get the most from the Saturday night as it throws a party once in a month on Saturdays. It has a DJ who plays the latest romantic, wavy and glam numbers which are appreciated by the whole crowd at this place.
PH-D Rooftop Lounge: This lounge is a perfect place to go in the evening and enjoy till late night. It serves different type of cocktails in the backdrop of a sun setting sky. You can also relish different types of snacks with a huge variety of drinks that includes a range of tequila shots and sweet mojito pitcher special drinks. The DJ starts spinning at 6 PM and it closes at 10:30 PM for one hour. The sunset view is very clear from the roof top of this place.
Bellwether: This place is amazing for music lovers who want to get a high precision listening experience. It has included sessions from Pink Floyd’s Animals, DJ Shadow’s Endtoducing and Purple Rain by Prince in the past. It is a must go for all the crazy audiophiles.