Clubs in NYC: Top 5 Haute Nightclubs

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Here’s a toast to the endless nights of beats and bubbly in the city that never sleeps. Check out our fave five New York City nightclubs.

1 Up & Down

New York's most multidimensional club offers the perfect all-hours environment for early birds and night owls alike. Grab a quiet post-workday round or dance the night away until the wee hours; Up & Down brings lounge scene and living room feel together for the ultimate club-away-from-home experience. Cheers to that.
244 West 14th Street between Seventh and Eighth Avenues

2 Ph.D

Porto marble. Panoramic views. Bi-level penthouse. Dream Downtown's Ph.D is music to our ears with a state of the art sound system as its medium. It doesn't get much better than a glass of champagne with unobstructed views of the Hudson. Unless it's followed by a second, of course.
355 West 16th Street between Eighth and Ninth Avenues (inside Dream Hotel)

3 Top of the Standard

Get ready, New York. Top of the Standard is back and better than ever this week after a few renovation tweaks last month. The Standard High Line's rooftop lounge (also known as Boom Boom Room) remains among New York's toughest doors to get past, but is always worth the hype and is frequented by the city's best dressed. Kick back, relax, and people-watch, cocktail in hand.
848 Washington Street at West 13th Street

4 No. 8

Pro mixologists, a vintage vinyl collection, and tableside champagne service make up the wonder that now inhabits the former Bungalow space. Come here for coolhunting and celeb sightings galore. There are also Cuban sandwiches involved. No further convincing needed.
357 West 16th Street between Eighth and Ninth Avenues

5 Le Baron

This international gem of a nightclub opened its doors to NYC after two years of careful preparation. Le Baron features three levels of 1970s Vietnam-inspired elegance, complete with unlocked mysterious doors, disco balls, and interesting wallpaper choices. That's right. André Saraiva's Chinatown brainchild is the stuff of nightclub dreams.
32 Mulberry Street near Mosco Street
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