New York Nightlife
NYC clubs and restaurants in New York City
Insiders guide NYC clubs and restaurants, New York City nightlife guide.
New York’s Big Apple Jazz
New York City's Jazz Club Authority. With over 200 jazz clubs, dives, brunches, theatres, and events to choose from, there is something to discover for every taste and mood. Tours are available to hidden jazz haunts from Greenwich Village to Harlem withÂ licensed New York Jazz Guide, Gordon Polatnick.
New York Easy Dates
The speed-dating company for busy New York professionals and visitors to the city. Enjoy a fun and flirty evening with like-minded active and socialable singles, in one of our convenient Manhattan bars.
DrinkDeal.com - Bar Specials, Happy Hours, Cheap Drinks
An easily searchable site to find all the bar specials, happy hours, cheap drinks, and food specials in New York City.
The Lunch Club is an organization dedicated to bringing together individuals who desire to make friends and have a sense of community in NYC. We host gatherings all week long for "strangers" to
come, sit down and share a meal together. The premise is simple: We meet, we eat, we hang out and then keepin touch through our website. We have all kinds of specialty gatherings as well, all the time (parties, tours, scavenger hunts, and many others). Strangers become neighbors.
New York City Jewish Dating Service for Jewish Singles
New York Jewish dating and matchmaking service for Jewish singles in the NY and New Jersey metro areas. Find your soulmate through traditional matchmaking services. Our only real competition is Mom.
New York Sports Bars - Sportstavern.com
Comprehensive guide to New York Manhattan area sports bars and taverns.
Nightclubs, Bars, & Lounges
Alibi New York
Greenwich Village's Newest Bar Lounge. It is located in the heart
of New York’s Greenwich Village, just West of Washington Square Park. Open daily at 7pm, Alibi offers a great selection of Martini's with the "Perfect Alibi" the most popular. While sipping on cocktails, listen to the great sounds of one or more of the excellent DJ's. Alibi is the perfect place to relax before or after dinner, or after a visit to The Comedy Club, which is located right across the street.
Address: 116 Mac Dougal, New York City, NY • Tel: 212.254-9996
Back Page Sports Bar - New York City
Offers bar menu and a plethora of drinks and daily specials along with lots of screens to watch your favorite game. Located in Manhattan’s Upper West Side.
Address: 1472 3RD Ave @ 83RD St., New York City, N.Y. • 212-570-5800
CBGB is a New York institution showcasing up and coming punk, folk, and rock bands. Described by some as a back alley with a roof, CBGB is a true dive. When packed full, which is
often the case, it's hard to see and hard to move. The wall decor consists of layers of show flyers. Although the bathrooms are scary, this classic punk dive does have one of the best sound systems in New York, which just goes to show it's all about the music.
Address: 313 Bowery, New York City, NY • Tel 212.982.4052
Irish Sports Pub New York City Style in the heart of Greenwich Village. Offers Private Party Room Available at no charge.
Address: 109 East 9th Street, New York City, NY• Tel: 212.529.5333
Admission is free, drinks are cheap and strong, and the level of excellence is such that KGB has been named best literary venue in New York City by New York Magazine, The Village Voice, and everyone else who bestows these awards of recognition.
Address: 85 East 4th St • Tel: 212.505.3360
Located on Manhattan's Lower East Side, Luna Lounge features a wide variety
of high quality, melodic alternative rock bands. All shows are for the 21 & Over crowd and all shows are free. Usually around three bands appear in each line up, Tuesday through Sunday. On Monday nights Luna Lounge features a weekly comedy series called "Eating It", where for a few bucks you can catch established comics and talented up and comers.
Address: 171 Ludlow St, New York City,
NY • Tel 212.260.2323
oh! Raku it’s Japanese & Sushi
Good friends, good food, good drinks is what oh! Raku is known to be all about.
This New York Japanese & Sushi restaurant offers great drinks in a fabulous atmosphere and is highly rated for its sushi.
Tobacco Road NYC
In its short life Tobacco Road NYC has
proven to be a showcase for some of the top live musical talent in the city. At Tobacco Road the focus is on dancing and having a good time. The venue consists of a bar area with low volume for good conversation and a back room with plenty of space to move around. The high quality sound system and friendly staff combine for the perfect atmosphere for those visiting New York City. No matter where you're from, you'll feel at home at Tobacco Road.
Address: 355 West 41st, New York City, NY • Tel 212.244.7623
Blue Note is where the big names in jazz like Herbie Hancock and Chick Corea play. Blue Note is very large and very commercialized by jazz club standards. It might not feel all that authentic to a club purist, but the music is great.
Address: 131 West 3rd Street • Tel 212.475.8592 • http://www.bluenote.net
The Knitting Factory
The music lineup is primarily dominated by experimental jazz at the Knitting Factory.
However, many other types of acts regularly appear. This is an upscale jazz club in the Tribeca neighborhood. It might lack intimacy, but with three bars, good sightlines, and good seating it more than makes up for it in comfort.
Address: 74 Leonard Street • Tel 212.219.3055 • http://www.knittingfactory.com
Caroline's On Broadway
Caroline's in one of New York's premier comedy clubs featuring nationally known comedians. Entertainment is available every night of the week at this club convenient located near Times Square. Reservations are recommended.
Address: 49th and Broadway • Tel 212.757.4100 • http://carolines.com
This giant club attempts to be all things to all clubgoers. It has four large levels with different themes,
decor, and space on each one. The main dance floor is huge and different featured DJs spin tracks throughout the week. If you're lucky enough you'll get to enjoy one of the many VIP lounges that look out on the dancefloor below. The top floor is an outdoor garden lounge.
Address: 610 West 56th Street • Tel 212.582.8282
The Bitter End
In operation since 1961, The Bitter End is New York's oldest rock club. This Greenwich Village landmark helped to launch the careers of folk artists including Bob Dylan. Nowadays it still is a stage for up and coming artists. Being a landmark has made the Bitter End a little touristy, but the music is still live and on any night you could see a great in the making.
Address: 147 Bleecker Street • Tel 212.673.7030 • http://bitterend.com
The China Club
The China Club is exactly what you expect from a big New York nightclub.
The China Club has a huge dance floor, multiple bars, multiple lounges, a hefty cover, a long line at the door, and celebrities inside. This is the place to see and be seen in the New York club scene.
Address: 268 West 47th Street • Tel 212.398.3800 • http://www.chinaclubnyc.com
Le Bar Bat
Cavernous, multi-leveled, and crowded are all descriptive of Le Bar Bat.
There are so many things going on at this club at the same time that it's difficult to pay attention to any one thing. There are four bars, television lounges, a dance floor, and live entertainment. The club also has a full service restaurant should you get hungry for something more than a cocktail.
Address: 311 West 57th Street • Tel 212.307.7228 • http://www.lebarbat.com