East Village (New York) Party Places

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Webster Hall

125 E 11th St., New York, New York NY (East Village) United States

212-353-1600

Conveniently located in the heart of New York’s trendy East Village, Webster Hall is one of New York’s biggest and continuously operating multipurpose nightlife venues. This place has been operating as a concert hall and dance venue since 1886, making it one of the most historic performance venues in the area. [more]

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Le Souk

47 Ave B, New York, New York NY (East Village) United States

212.777.5454

Sibling restaurateurs Marcus and Sam Jacobs are the creators of the three room fantasy known as Le Souk. Top notch dj's, live percussionists, belly dancers (male and female) & tarot card readers provide a great means for entertainment. Featuring: Three distinct areas Enclosed Courtyard w/ full bar & DJ booth Late Night Dinner & Tapas [more]

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Butter

415 Lafayette St, New York, New York NY (East Village) United States

212-253-2828

In March 2002, Scott Sartiano and Richie Akiva Opened Their first restaurant, Butter to the public. Featuring a unique design, Butter represents a new breed of American Restaurants. Richie and Scott were inspired by the idea of giving the best of both worlds in one space: a formal dining atmosphere upstairs with great food and a more "laid back" [more]

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Luca Lounge

220 Avenue B, New York, New York NY (East Village) United States

212.674.9400

Luca Lounge is a relaxed, intimate neighborhood spot with fantastic drink specials and a chill vibe which draws a faithful, diverse crowd who gather for food, drinks, sports on the big screen, comedy shows, and other weekly events like the Cine Club and a knitting circle. [more]

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B BAR (Bowery Bar)

40 E 4th St, New York, New York NY (East Village) United States

(212) 475-2220

(Formerly known as "Bowery Bar") This East Village hot spot is notorious for drawing a beautiful crowd of 20- and 30-somethings, all looking to bring the party to the bar. Celebrities have practically lived at this bar since its prime in the late 90’s, and the scene has yet to die down. The bar offers a martini list that includes [more]

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Guernica

25 Avenue B, New York, New York NY (East Village) United States

(212) 674-0984

Guernica is a sultry Lounge/Nightclub in the chic East Village with two floors to satisfy your nightlife needs. The main floor Lounge is the perfect place to meet and hang out with friends while listening or moving to live DJs setting the mood. House, Hip Hop, Soul, World, Techno and Classic, find a party that is right for you. If you [more]

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SB3

33 Avenue B, New York, New York NY (East Village) United States

(212) 228-4461

SB3 This East Village bar is a cozy, down-to-earth spot that fits right into the neighborhood. With French doors opening out into the street in the warm weather, SB3 is an ideal people-watching spot. But this is no old school Alphabet City dive. With its sidewalk hostess station, high bar-style seating and a menu half-filled with bottle [more]

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Sutra

16 first ave., New York, New York NY (East Village) United States

212 677 9477

Sutra Lounge is known for its undeniable vibe, warm yet sophisticated décor, specialty exotic cocktails and music. Our no-drama door policy and central East Village location on 1st street and 1st Avenue appeals to all walks of life and caters to events large and small. With two floors, two bars, two DJ booths, two plasma [more]

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Hearth

403 E 12th Street, New York, New York NY (East Village) United States

(646) 602-1300

Welcome to Hearth Restaurant, located in Manhattan's East Village. Our food is rooted in the modern traditions of the American kitchen with influences from our Italian heritage. Our wine program is equally modern but finds inspiration in the strangest places. Most important to us is our expression of hospitality. The hearth is the home and we [more]