In the city that never sleeps there are bound to be a plethora of options to choose from when planning to have the best night time! Nightlife in New York City is an extraordinary adventure with a line up of jazzy nightclubs, cocktail bars, and live comedy and music venues.
Here’s a list of some best places in New York City to explore after the sun goes down.
CLUBS AND BARS
1. Le Bain
A rooftop bar at the top floor of the Standard Hotel in the Meat Packing district definitely provides one of the most exciting experiences to the night owls with an indoor hot tub and a plunge pool in summers! With clubby European tunes and techno music being played in the background, and a great view from the rooftop, Le Bain easily attracts people from different social groups, from corporate employees, models to downtown creative folks. It’s not a very exclusive venue, so anyone can get an easy entry after waiting for approximately 20-30 minutes. Dress to impress and enjoy the vibrant menu of the place with its cocktail, mocktail and food delights, featuring some vegetarian and gluten-free options.
Address: The Standard, High Line, 848 Washington St, New York, NY 10014, United States Cost of drinks: $10-20
2. Rose bar
An exclusive spot at the Gramercy Park Hotel, Rose Bar is one of the places with extreme restrictions at entry but once you get past the heavily guarded doors you await an experience of a nightlife privy to some private film screenings, after parties and even musical performances such as those by Elle King, Dave Navarro and the like. The bar offers exotic cocktails, aperitifs and quick bar bites in the midst of a sophisticated setting of hand-carved limestone fireplace and Douglas fir columns.
Address: 2 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10010, United StatesTimings: Monday- Saturday, 5 p.m.-4 a.m.
3.Bossa Nova Civic Club
The ‘tropical fantasy dance club’ is a favourite late night hangout spot among music lovers who are treated to a mix of industrial techno, live hardware sets and performances by local artists. The place has seen some famous DJs such as Adam X, Jamie xx, and Mike Simonetti make the audience groove to their sick beats. The cocktails are light and breezy served at a budget friendly at this trendy Bushwick club.
Address: 1271 Myrtle Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11221, United StatesCost of drinks: Starting from $2
4. Paradise Club
Perfectly located at a walking distance from Times Square, Paradise Club features some top-notch DJs and performers when the nightclub opens its magnificence to people from Thursday to Saturday. The outdoor terrace bar makes it all the more enticing for a jazzy night fun. If you are going to the Paradise Club, dress your best. The venue is home to the theatre The Devouring whose acts are curated by award-winning nightlife collective House of Yes so be ready to be enthralled by the brilliant pieces put together every night before heading to the pumping dancefloor.
Address: 20 Times Square, 701 7th Ave, New York, NY 10036, United StatesNightclub’s timings: 11p.m. onwards
LIVE MUSIC AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS
1. Bowery Ballroom
Host to a range of artists, you will find a blend of obscure and mainstream acts. Contemporary music is usually the selling point of the place and the shows are fully sold-out more often than not, speaking volumes of the quality and attraction of the place. Light snacks are up for grabs with a full bar serving a wide selection of beers, wine, soft drinks and whatnot!
Address: 6 Delancey St, New York, NY 10002, United States Capacity: 575
2. The Bell House
A renovated Gowanus warehouse, this new bar and concert venue hosts indie acts, comedy nights, touring bands, and live DJs. If you are lucky you might even catch a Beatles’ tribute show. The place has a vintage vibe with its velvet curtains, dark wood trimmings, and chandeliers.
Address: 149 7th St, Brooklyn, NY 11215, United StatesTimings: 5 p.m.- 4 a.m.
3. Comedy Cellar
One of the best comedy clubs in the country, Comedy Cellar has seen a line up of some big shots like Chris Rock,and Wanda Sykes. They usually host three shows per night so get ready to put on your laughing hats when you visit this underground space on MacDougal Street!
Address: 117 MacDougal St, New York, NY 10012, United StatesTimings: 11 a.m.- 3 a.m.
1. Resorts World Casino
With over 6,000 slots and electronic table games, Resorts World Casino is sure to have your favourite entertainment to ensure your fun-filled night in the city! Wheel of Fortune, Green Machine, Roulette, and Blackjack are some top games available. With a newly opened food court, Starbucks and RW prime steakhouse and wine bar, the casino guarantees an enthralling night of fun and play.
Address: 110-00 Rockaway Blvd, Queens, NY 11420, United StatesTimings: 10 a.m.- 6 a.m.
2. Empire City Casino
One of the top gaming zones in the country, Empire City Casino offers 5000+ games including poker, baccarat, and Keno. They host live entertainment events almost six nights a week and provide a wide range of dining options to the guests. You can grab a quick bite at Lil’ Cocina,enjoy some food and drinks at The Pub or immerse yourself in the finest selection of wine and steaks at the Empire City Chophouse.
Address: 810 Yonkers Ave, Yonkers, NY 10704, United StatesTimings: 10 a.m.- 6 a.m.
Whether you choose to go clubbing or decide to attend a live musical performance, New York City is guaranteed to give you a fun-filled night with lots of dancing and partying!