As strict as the door is at Electric Room tonight, inside has yet to pick up. A lot of space to move around as the majority of the crowd is hanging by the couches. Expensive drinks that are running up to $16 for a vodka cocktail and $8 for a beer. Of the people who are in here, it is a very upscale, classy crowd.
The rooftop lounge at The Dream Hotel is starting to fill up with a trendy crowd filled mostly with promoter groups. The door is lenient at this point as long as you are an equal ratio of guys and girls, or a group of only girls. Guys who arrive together are having trouble getting in or are required to purchase a bottle at the bar for up to $500.
There is no special guest or performer tonight at the "Tuesday Baby Tuesday" party at Finale, but this is still one of the better events this evening for those looking to go out.
The venue, located on 199 Bowery Street, is now the most popular and Tuesday night party throughout Manhattan with the new promotions group in place.
There is a $20 cover charge for guys, while all girls will have free admissions.
Doors open at 11:30pm tonight for 1 OAK, but expect the popular Tuesday night event to go even later as there is a rumored surprise performance this evening.
There is no cover charge for guys or girls tonight, yet the door is extremely strict. Door staff will push for guys to either do a bottle at the bar for $550 after tax and tip or for a minimum table of $1,000 on the main floor. All girls get in with minimal wait as long as they are dressed appropriately.
Le Souk on 510 Laguardia Place is hosting an open bar tonight and passed hors doeuvres from 9:30pm to 11:30pm.
The venue is open to the public; there is no cover charge to get in.
VIP table service starts as low as $300 for up to four people; packages can be purchased at the following link: http://www.livehotspot.com/signup
Ian Shrager who today is known for his trendy hotel developments ranging form The Mondrian properties in Los Angeles, New York City and Miami to The Delano and Shore Club estates originally came to fame from his involvement in legendary nightclub, Studio 54.
Arguably the most popular nightclub in New York City's history, Studio 54 once welcomed A-list celebrities on a nightly basis from Rod Stewart and Mick Jagger to Andy Warhol.
EDM Producers Julio Bashmore and Huxley Music are spinning at Output in Williamsburg, Brooklyn on Thursday night.
The event is open to the public and general admissions tickets are listed at the following prices:
First Release General Admission: $15
Second Release General Admission: $20
Third Release General Admission: $25
Doors open at 10pm. The event is 21 and over.
Vice, the wildly popular series on HBO, is celebrating its second season release at new nightlife venue, Up & Down on Wednesday evening.
The event is guest list only, but the weekly promoter crowds will be hosting tables at Up & Down. Girls will have no issues getting in as long as they are dressed appropriately, while guys will be asked to purchase bottle service or bar tabs if they are not familiar with the door staff.
The venue is located on 244 W 14th St between 8th and 9th avenues.
LAVO has announced that EDM DJ Tommy Trash is headlining their party on March 20th.
Doors open at 11pm with the nightclub selling pre-reserved general admissions tickets on their website for $30 for girls and $80 for a combo ticket of one guy and one girl. Reserved tickets ensure entry and allow you to cut the line. You can purchase tickets at the door for the same amount of $30, although prices will go up as the night goes on and the venue fills up.
Avenue Tuesday's is one of the more successful weekly events in the city. Tonight is the highly promoted EDM/House music party rightfully titled "Our House Party.
The venue hires dozens of promoters to work this party, and while these groups bring good looking, massive crowds with them, the space tends to get very packed early in the evening.