The Big Apple is one of the world's best party destinations. People from all around the world come here to hit up the hottest bars, lounges, and nightclubs in Manhattan, Brooklyn, The Bronx, East Village, and countless other areas. Whether you're a local or just a visitor, you'll surely want to be a part of the fun, which is why we've put together this comprehensive list of the best nightclubs in New York City. Read on for some handy tips on how to browse the site, and get ready for a great night out!
The list below is automatically sorted by popularity so you can stay up-to-date on the hottest clubs in town. If you prefer, you can also sort the list alphabetically. On the left-hand side of the page you will also find a bunch of neighborhood filters that allow you to only view venues within a certain part of the city. Simply click on the neighborhood where you'd like to party and the site will automatically narrow down the results for you.
Then, once you've found a venue that you're interested in, make sure you click on it to see its full listing. This includes all the relevant information you could ever need in order to get a feel for the place and decide whether it's right for you, such as plenty of photos and reviews, a detailed description of the club, tips on how to get on the guest list, dress code information, and much more. Each venue listing also contains details about all the upcoming events at that particular club, so make sure you check them out as well.
There you go; you know how to use the site now, so all that's left to do is get started. Remember, while there is plenty to filter through, you're bound to find what you're looking for; whether you're wanting to get treated like a rock star at one of the city's most exclusive VIP clubs or looking for something for a bit more secret and secluded, you can be sure to find it here. So, get browsing and get ready to party at some of the hottest nightclubs in New York City!
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18 Ninth Avenue (bet. Little West 12th & 13th St.), New York, New York NY (Manhattan) United States
The rooftop pool is the place to be on a hot summer day or any day, open year round complete with underwater music and heating. In the concrete jungle, the rooftop acts as an urban escape, and provides the ideal spot to relax, get some sun, grab some food from the bar and lounge, or from the grill menu. Just beside, the grassy terrace is a [more]
621 West 46th Street, New York, New York NY United States
Right in the heart of Hell's Kitchen, and just steps away from the Lincoln Tunnel, Hudson Terrace offers its guests spectacular New York City skyline and riviera views of the Hudson that are unmatched. It has set the perfect backdrop for countless events since its opening in 2008, from intimate gatherings to grand affairs. [more]
299 South St, New York, New York NY (Lower East Side) United States
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]
125 E 11th St., New York, New York NY (East Village) United States
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]
453 W 17th St, New York, New York NY United States
1 OAK NYC has worked hard to bring you the best of sophistication and elegance. Located in the heart of Chelsea, 1 OAK has risen from the flames of competition as a victor time and time again, and for good reason. This beautiful, luxurious venue and its world-class staff are waiting for you! [more]
204 Varick Street, New York, New York NY (West Village) United States
S.O.B.’s, also known as Sounds of Brazil, is a live music venue in the lower Manhattan neighborhood of SoHo. It was opened by owner and director Larry Gold in June 1982. Gold opened the venue with the purpose of exposing the musical wealth and heritage of the Afro-Latino Diaspora to as many people as possible. True to its mission, it has become [more]
618 W 46th St, New York, New York NY United States
The first Pacha opened in the beach town of Sitges in 1967. Six years later, in 1973 during the hippy movement, Pacha arrived in Ibiza. Since then the brand has been constantly developing together with time, fashion and trends, and bringing new ideas, improvements and all kind of extravagances to the night scene; although always maintaining its [more]