New York City never sleeps, which is a good thing given these nightclubs heat up the night well into the wee hours of the morning. If you can make it past the door, indulge every sense at one of Luxury Attaché’s Top picks.
This spacious vault from the EMM Group continues to pack in only the elitist of partygoers with star-studded DJ lineups and killer audio-visual effects. With tufted blue leather, deep rosewood and sleek chrome accents abound, this chic, and uber-exclusive nightclub is where it’s at.
199 Bowery Street, between Spring and Rivington Streets
Dance the night away at this trendy nightlife establishment brimming with celebrities and socialites. From glamorous banquettes to enchanting chandeliers, Provocateur promises a lavish experience like no other.
18 9th Avenue
This revamped meatpacking hotspot is described as a "nightclub meets music box theater." The wraparound catwalk provides an outlet for dancers, flame throwers and performance artists, while the DJ booth converts into a live stage.
289 10th Avenue
There once was a club made famous by a Sex and the City episode, the Olsen twins and Kirsten Dunst; it was called Bungalow 8. When Bungalow 8 closed it’s doors, a hole was left in the heart of New York nightlife. Years later and back by popular demand, nightlife impresario Amy Sacco did it again, opening the sequel to Bungalow 8, simply named No.8. Everything that made Bungalow 8 a New York legend remains; the palm tree wallpaper, the mirrored bars, the incredible music and celebs alike emulate a nostalgic, early 2000s feeling. The best seat in the house is upstairs--but good luck getting past the bouncer.
357 West 16th Street, between Eighth and Ninth Avenues
This two-story lounge/club is the go-to meeting place for bold-faced names and scenesters alike. Featuring a rotating line-up of crowd-pleasing DJs, Avenue keeps the music pumping Monday through Saturday nights and offers high-quality hospitality and service.
116 10th Avenue