Webster Hall, New York City
I could go on forever, but my allround fav club at the time (we're talking 1996 here) was Webster Hall. Yeah yeah, I know it's very touristy and often perceived as 'out', but who cares? It's the largest club in town, has many bars, a huge hangar-style techno area, and many other dance rooms. What more could you ask for? The pic shows me and a friend getting down to serious drinking business on a night out in the East Village.
Dress Code: Do your thing, make an effort!
Webster Hall NYC
Dance and fly...
Dress Code: 19 to enter 21 to drink, valid photo I.D. is required.
Dress to impress - no athletic wear, no sneakers, no hats, no doo rags, no boots (including Timberland); the dress code is enforced.
Gettin really pissed at the Chelsea int hostel is a good start to a night out!, Then try China club on west 47th St for a dance night!...or 'Life' in Grenwich village or Webster Hall. The Sound Factory in the old Hells kitchen area is a dance club that doesnt get going til midnight and goes on til 2pm the next day! $25 cover charge! Webster Hall is also a great club with a party atmosphere and a great crowd.
Dress Code: some places require shoes and maybe shirt or trousers.
This is the Mac Daddy of all New York clubs. Located in the legendary alternative rock club formerly known as The Ritz. A diverse crowd parties till 4am on four floors, each wth a different type of music. The music ranges from Techno to 80's to 70's to Disco to Salsa. Make sure to head into The Main Ballroom, with it's high ceiling, laser lights, and aerial acts.
Dress Code: The dress code is casual. Call to find out the theme for the evening. The night of fun will cost you. Adm. $25, Drinks are expensive.
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