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Step out of your comfort zone and go party in one of these extraordinary New York sites!
High-end clubs, underground bars and custom tailored cocktails await you at the city that never sleeps.
Considered one of the best clubs in the US, Output is a popular hangout among music geeks.
Taking photos and audio recording is prohibited so unless you manage to snap a quick selfie, your night here will be completely off the record!
With no dress code to restrain you, Output is all about enjoying the music.
So lay off the social media and relish this club’s massive sound system instead.
Housed on the top floor of the Standard hotel, Le Bain is one of New York’s favorite rooftop bars.
From here you can watch the sun setting over the Hudson river, while you sip on their best cocktail mix, the Fraise 76.
Le Bain is also a famous club, with parties featuring top-of-the-line DJs and even a pool during the summer season!
The line at the bar can get quite busy, a quick way to escape this is to get drinks from the floor below or arrive around 6pm before the crowd sets in.
Get ready to bust a move at Bembe, the tropical land of clubs in New York City!
Latin beats, mojitos and a diverse ethnic crowd, await you at this fun Brooklyn hideout.
It might be small, but nothing stops the party at Bembe!
Under the Dream Downtown hotel sits the Electric Room, a small British-inspired lounge frequented by the likes of Robert Pattinson and Miley Cyrus.
Around 3am is when the party starts kicking off, and the lucky ones that manage to breach the doors can be spotted singing and dancing to the sound of rock and electronica.
Founded by Nur Khan, the city’s nightlife titan, Electric Room is one of the hardest places to get in but it’s definitely worth the try!
Top of the Standard
The Top of the Standard or the “Boom Boom” Room is an exclusive club in the Meatpacking District.
The price range might be a bit over the top for some, but you can always head to the rooftop area and enjoy the remarkable view of Jersey and New York.
Dress to impress or you might be left out of these parties!
Part of the Carlyle Luxury Hotel, the Bemelmans Bar is a sight for the eyes!
It’s hard to avoid being drawn to this fancy venue, featuring the work of the renowned illustrator Ludwig Bemelmans on its walls.
A calm getaway on the Upper East Side, this bar’s music and decoration will bring you back to the old jazzy New York!
Tables at the Mulberry Project go by really fast, so if you want one make sure to get in early!
Located in Little Italy, this underground speakeasy serves one-of-a-kind cocktails and a couple of bar snacks.
Many street artists branded the walls of the bar, including Kurtis Kulig, a famous American artist known as LoveMe.
Jam sessions, pool tables and art displays were all placed together at the Fat Cat!
A mix between a club and a game room, this basement bar is a can’t miss for anyone who likes a friendly competition.
From Scrabble, to Ping Pong there is something here for all tastes!
Be the first in line and you’ll almost certainly get a sit at the Little Branch!
Once you’re in, you can order your own personalized cocktail to the sound of live jazz performances..
For more intimate gatherings, feel free to go in one of the booths and whisper the night away!
You can find this hidden gem inside the Japanese restaurant Yokocho on East Village!
Angel’s Share has a no-standing policy and it’s stricly catered for small groups of four or less.
Pouring cocktails since 1994, it provides the perfect setting for couples on a date!