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Lower East Side (New York) Party Places

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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]

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Hotel On Rivington

107 Rivington Street, New York, New York NY (Lower East Side) United States

212-475-2600

The Rivington Hotel is a premier destination for New York's Lower East Side. Co-Op and Vicktor & Spoils are two separate entities of the hotel that produce crazy parties on the weekends. Co-Op is an ultra modern lounge known to New Yorkers and celebrities alike that serves some of the best food and drinks in the city. [more]

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Cornucopia Majesty – Pier 36

299 South St, New York, New York NY (Lower East Side) United States

212-724-3900

If you’re looking for celebrity treatment, white-glove service and VIP fun, then hop aboard Cornucopia Majesty Yacht and prepare to party the night away in one of the most exclusive yacht bashes in the Northeast. This vessel is graced with five dance floors, five full-service bars, a VIP area, and room enough to house all your nightlife [more]

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TUTS CLUB | Lounge | Restaurant

196 Orchard St. bt Houston & S, New York, New York NY (Lower East Side) United States

212.961.7507

TUTS stands for King TUT (Tutankamun), one of the youngest kings that ruled ancient Egypt, his fame is due to the major discovery of his tomb. For the first time, a tomb, which was almost intact, had been discovered and remained hidden from robbers for thousands of years. The tomb revealed an elaborate lifestyle that many people could only [more]

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Tammany Hall

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

212-228-7556

Tammany Hall is a 350 capacity multi-level live music and private event venue located in the heart of the Lower East Side of Manhattan. The main room boasts a 20' bar, an HD projector and movie theater screen, a modular stage to accommodate both DJs and bands, and a mezzanine level with an unobstructed, birds-eye view of the entire [more]

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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]

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Le Lupanar

1O3 essex st, New York, New York NY (Lower East Side) United States

new french restaurant lounge upscale feel [more]

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Libation Restaurant and Lounge

137 Ludlow Street between Rivi, New York, New York NY (Lower East Side) United States

212-529-2153

"Libation is the nightspot for superior food and drink!" Signature Cocktails Tapas Dining Available for Private Parties The raucous, friendly atmoshpere of an Irish pub meets the trendy Lower East Side in this new bar and lounge. Enjoy expertly mixed drinks ranging from "Yesterday's Classics" to "Libation's Own Tomorrow's Classics" like the Big [more]

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Box, The

189 Chrystie St., New York, New York NY (Lower East Side) United States

212-982-9301

THE BOX THE BOX is a new destination on the Lower East Side for fine dining and theater. THE BOX is located at 189 Chrystie Street, a 1935 two-story brick building between Stanton and Rivington Streets, with a stage door on Freeman Alley. One hundred years ago, this area was legendary for its vaudeville palaces, theaters and dime museums; [more]

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Carne-Vale

46 East 4th Street Ave. B, New York, New York NY (Lower East Side) United States

212-505-6897

Carne-Vale Plenty of places evoke Latin America in the East Village, but none tries quite so hard to please as Carne Vale. Boisterous, lively and loud, drinkers and diners bask in the club-like ambience and attentive waitstaff. Those looking to enjoy some old-fashioned conversation should avoid the cramped bar and step outside to the [more]