Lower East Side (New York) Party Places

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The DL

95 Delancey St., New York, New York NY (Lower East Side) United States

212-228-0909

The venue, which has a retractable roof and a full kitchen, can host a variety of special events from dinner parties to corporate product launches. It boasts two separate rooms that can operate independently or in conjunction with one another, accommodating a wide range of parties and special events. Dinner on Ludlow is the newly launched [more]

People Lounge

163 Allen Street, New York, New York NY (Lower East Side) United States

(212) 254-2668

This modern space opens to an airy, lofty atrium dotted with subtle details. Dark wood tables accent the comfortable apple-green suede couches, while plentiful recessed lighting ensures that the conspicuously single late-20s and 30s crowd looks its softly lit best. Don't miss the den-like atmosphere upstairs. The chocolate brown walls, a waterfall [more]

Soiree Nightclub (formerly BLVD)

199 Bowery Street, New York, New York NY (Lower East Side) United States

212.982.7767

Soiree (formerly BLVD), located at 199 Bowery, is the one-stop night spot that can accommodate large corporate events in the 18,000 square ft., seven room, two floor nightclub. adjacent to the termination of Spring Street, BLVD features a world-class nightclub, event space, live music venue and recording studio, all within one bi-level complex. [more]

Karma Lounge

51 1st Avenue, New York, New York NY (Lower East Side) United States

Karma is open 7days a week, during which we host various ‘Theme’ nights. We are a sensual, candlelit hookah lounge. The velvet décor, subtle fragrance of incense and deep resonant music are a delight to the senses. The Ambient beats played early in the evening compliment our Happy Hour (everyday 3PM-8PM), and are sure to rejuvenate the [more]

Babel Hookah Lounge

131 Avenue C, New York, New York NY (Lower East Side) United States

2125053468

131 Avenue C New York, NY 10009 (8th/9th Streets) Mixed Drinks, Hookah, And Live DJ BabelNYC.com [more]

Mehanata

113 Ludlow St, New York, New York NY (Lower East Side) United States

212-625-0981

The ultimate multi-national drunken-Balkan disco divebar extravaganza... A frenzied embassy for world music and immigrant punks. Weekly live performances by world-famous musicians hailing trans-globally, local gypsy superstars, beautiful belly dancers, crazed exhibitionists, and more. Cheap drinks, delicious hookah, wild dance parties, and good [more]

The Annex

152 Orchard St., New York, New York NY (Lower East Side) United States

212-673-3410

Opened by the owners of The Dark Room, (another Lower East Side dance joint/dive bar) The Annex is home to the hip scenesters who religiously attend its weekly parties like Friday's Ruff Club and Tuesday's Lewd Party, where up and coming DJ's incite a raucous dance party. The three-story club features a small stage for live music or DJ's and [more]

6’s & 8’s Nightclub –>

205 Chrystie St. Corner of Sta, New York, New York NY (Lower East Side) United States

212-477-6688

Lower East Side's Rockin hotspot!!! 2 Floors 2 Bars 2 D.J.'s 2-4-1 Drinks M-F 7-11PM!!!!!!!!! 205 Chrystie St. corner of Stanton St. (one block south of Houston St.) #212-477-6688 [more]

Cush 87

87 Ludlow Street, New York, New York NY (Lower East Side) United States

212-995-1172

Cush 87 is proud to deliver the elegance of Manhattan night life. Emerging from the eclectic Lower East Side, the lounge strives to raise all standards while still offering unbeatable nightly and weekly specials. Our purpose was to build the ideal location for our customers to be well served and comfortable. The theme hails from the [more]

Death and Company

433 East 6th Street, New York, New York NY (Lower East Side) United States

212-388-0882

Death and Co. Bound to become this bar's trademark is its set of ominous, scorched wood doors, which buffer all sound between the street and the semi-speakeasy they hide. Inside, the immediate gust of age-old jazz and ice rattling in shakers dissolves into an intimate, low-lit scene. Kerosene lamps and crystal chandeliers catch on gold-flecked [more]