Getting In To The Hottest Clubs In New York City with

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In New York City, there is always a new hot spot, but unless you’ve walked the red carpet, good luck getting in.

Until NiteTables- the revolutionary way in planning V.I.P services for the New York City area. Having just launched their website,  you’ll no longer need to wait on line, make a phone call or pay off the doorman to secure a reservation at exclusive venues. Whether the occasion is a birthday, bachelor/bachelorette party, corporate event or simply a night on the town, the website-based user-friendly interface allows reservations to be made at some of the hottest clubs at the click of a button.

Upon selecting a venue of choice, users can browse photos, videos, floor plans, select a specific seating area and choose party packages for all types of occasions, all before arriving at their desired location. Over 100 venues have signed on with NiteTables including 49 Grove, Amnesia NYC, District 36, Hudson Terrace, Le Souk, Chelsea Room and Cielo, to name a few. While beginning as an Internet booking system, NiteTables will quickly establish itself as the hub between technology, lifestyle experiences and social media.

Haute Living sat down for an exclusive interview with one of the co-founders behind NiteTables, Matt Bosso.

Matt Bosso is a specialist in content creation and project management, previously working as the Executive Producer of the top-rated KTU Morning Show on 103.5 WKTU in New York City, as well as a Music Director for Clear Channel’s iHeartradio and Premium Choice programming platforms. In addition, he’s currently an on-air host for 103.5 KTU and Executive Producer/Correspondent for the nationally-syndicated Remix Top 30 Countdown. Matt has worked alongside legends such as Whoopi Goldberg and has interviewed some of the biggest stars in music, including Jennifer Lopez, Justin Timberlake and Mary J. Blige, to name a few.

What fostered the idea for an online booking service?

Adam Alson designed the idea and site and then came to Jon Zimmereli and I who were both shocked that such a service didn’t already exist. We saw that the internet efficiencies that we value in our day-to-day lives don’t exist for night life. We want instant gratification for the booking process.

Why book through  instead of a club or promoter?

Through us, you can choose the specifics of your evening. From Neighborhood to budget, even down to the spirit you choose to drink. For out-of-towners especially, it is a great service if you don’t know where exactly you want to go or who to get in touch with for ideas.

What’s Next?

We are really excited about the site’s launch. with over one hundred venues on our side, the possibilities for how this can grow are endless, but right now we are focused on getting this off the ground and keeping [our customers] happy.

For your next big night on the town, book with Nitetables

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