New York State Nightclubs

    B.B.King Blues Club & Grill, New York City

  237 West 42nd Street - Times Square - New York, NY             
Conveniently located in the heart of Times Square near Penn Station and Port Authority, The B.B. King Blues Club & Grill offers music fans a unique experience. Owned by the Bensusan Family, proprietors of the world renowned Blue Note Jazz Club, the club features world-class musical talent and consists of two distinct spaces: the Showcase Room & Lucille’s Grill.
    M2 Ultralounge, New York City
  530 West 28th Street - New York, NY           
M2 Ultralounge is The Premier Venue for Events, Entertainment, and Nightlife
    Touch, New York City
  240 West 52nd Street - New York, NY            
Classy and decadent, TOUCH is unrivaled in the New York scene. Uniquely designed, the venue boasts over 15,000 square feet of dance space and chic lounges. A booming sound system coupled with extraordinary service raises TOUCH above all expectations.
    Social Bar & Lounge, New York City
  795 8th Avenue - New York, NY            
Social Bar Grill and Lounge is a neighborhood Irish pub with something for everyone every day of the week. Stop by after work for one of the best happy hour crowds in town. Our house DJ spins Top 100 songs every Wednesday through Saturday night. We have more than 20 flat screen TVs throughout to catch the game. Daily lunch specials are available for $6.95, noon to 4 p.m. Social offers a large draft and bottled beer selection as well as plenty of bar-food favorites like burgers, sandwiches and starters. Private party space is available.
    Terminal 5, New York City
  610 W 56th St. - New York, NY           
By Subway 1; A, C; B, D at Columbus Circle, then walk west along 56th St. Terminal 5 will be on your left between 11th and 12th Avenues.
By Car - Within Manhattan: Take 8th Ave., 10th Ave. or 12th Ave./West Side Highway North. If you choose 8th Ave. or 10th Ave., turn left at W. 55th St. Then turn right on 12th Ave. Turn right at W. 56th St. Terminal 5 will be on your right. If you take the West Side Highway, turn right at W. 56th St. Terminal 5 will be on your right.
From Brooklyn: Take the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel to West St. Follow to Route 9A/West Side Highway. Turn right at W. 56th St. Terminal 5 will be on your right.
From New Jersey: Take the Lincoln Tunnel into Manhattan. Turn left on W. 41st St. Turn right at 12th Ave./West Side Highway. Turn right at W. 56th St. Terminal 5 will be on your right.
    Irving Plaza, New York City
  17 Irving Pl. - New York, NY           
17 Irving Place, on the corner of 15th Street and Irving Place. See MAP for more details. SUBWAY: 4, 5, 6, L, N, Q, R, and W to Union Square (also referred to as 14th Street).
    Gatsby's, New York City
  53 Spring St - New York, NY           
    Alma Lounge, New York City
  229 Roebling St - Brooklyn, NY            
Specializes in martinis and margaritas.Offers a great Spanish theme with Rumba and Salsa dancing offered! Great music, with a DJ who spins music for everyone.
    Pacha NYC, New York City
  618 W.46th Street - New York, NY             
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DJ, Live Music, Lounge, Nightclub, Private Party Space.
    Don't Tell Mama, New York City
  343 W 46th St - Restaurant Row - New York, NY            
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A cozy ambiance with exposed brick, marble tables, leather chairs and a friendly staff. This is the newest spot on restaurant row to enjoy cocktails, fine wines and sumtuous food.
    Knitting Factory, New York City
  361 Metropolitan Ave - Brooklyn, NY             
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Founded in 1987 and over the years has grown into Knitting Factory Entertainment, which encompasses four clubs — in Brooklyn, Hollywood, Boise, and Spokane — several record labels and other ventures. The Knitt offers live music, DJ's and fun atmosphere.
    Highline Ballroom, New York City
  431 W 16th St - New York, NY           
The High Line is a 1.45-mile-long elevated rail structure set to open in 2008 as a public open space. Running through the West Side neighborhoods of the Meatpacking District, West Chelsea and Clinton/Hell's Kitchen, it was built in the 1930s to remove dangerous trains from Manhattan’s streets. No trains have run on it since 1980. Friends of the High Line (FHL), a community-based 501(c)(3) non-profit group, formed in 1999 when the historic structure was under threat of demolition. FHL is currently working with the City of New York to transform the structure into a park. The High Line south of 30th Street was donated to the City by CSX Transportation in 2005. The team of Field Operations and Diller Scofidio + Renfro is now at work on a design for the High Line’s public landscape. Construction began in spring 2006. The first phase (Gansevoort Street to 20th Street) is projected to open in 2008. For more information, and to see designs for the new park, please visit www.thehighline.org.
    Groove, New York City
  125 MacDougal Street - (West 3rd Street) - New York, NY           
The Groove is the home of rhythm, blues and funk in New York City. Admission is always free and we carry a complete restaurant menu and a well stocked bar.
    Cafe Wha?, New York City
  115 Macdougal St - New York, NY            
Since the 1950s the Café Wha? has been a favorite hot spot cornered in the heart of Greenwich Village. The 60s was an impressionable and revolutionary era. Artists of the time frequented the Café Wha? as it was known to be a sanctuary for talent; Allen Ginsberg regularly sipped his cocktails here. The Café Wha? was the original stomping ground for prodigies Bob Dylan and Jimi Hendrix. Bruce Springsteen, Peter, Paul & Mary, Kool and the Gang, as well as comedians, Richard Pryor and Bill Cosby also began their road to stardom on this historic stage. The Café Wha? encompassed the Beat Generation and continues to hold tight to its spirit, entertaining all walks of life.
    Brooklyn Bowl, New York City
  61 Wythe Avenue - Brooklyn, NY             
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Located at 61 Wythe Avenue in Williamsburg– redefines the entertainment experience for the 21st century. Centered around a 16-lane bowling alley, 600-capacity performance venue, and food by Blue Ribbon, Brooklyn Bowl stakes out expansive new territory, literally and conceptually, in the 23,000-square foot former Hecla Iron Works (1882), one block from the burgeoning waterfront.
    Bowery Ballroom, The, New York City
  6 Delancey St - New York, NY             
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The Bowery Ballroom is a music venue in the Bowery section of New York City. The structure, at 6 Delancey Street, was built just before the Stock Market Crash of 1929. It stood vacant until the end of WWII, when it became a high-end retail store. The neighborhood subsequently went into decline again, and so did the caliber of businesses occupying the space. Source