Top 6 Best Clubs in SoHo, [2024 GUIDE]
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With arched windows facing Howard Street, the blond at 11 Howard welcomes guests to work, mingle, and relax. From light and open to sensual and inviting, the bar’s ambiance transforms throughout the day. the blond is a stylish place to kick off a night in New York as dark woods, subdued colors, low lighting, and gold accents lend a seductive edge to the space. The blond is open for bar service Monday – Saturday from 5pm to 10pm. Rotating cocktail lists are tailored to celebrate seasonal flavors. Bar-bites crafted by award-winning French fare restaurant LeCouCou assist in satisfying all possible cravings. Seating is first come, first serve with the exception of larger parties in excess of 15 guests for which reservations are recommended. Come 10pm guaranteed access to the blond is by means of reservation only. Nightly DJs spin an eclectic mix of dance-centric genres while two disco-balls are aglow with an inviting red light. The environment perpetuates a unique nightlife experience and a welcome departure from the norm.
- 11 Howard St New York, NY 10013
- Dress Code: Strict
Socialista is a private, members and invite only experience, located in New York by Giuseppe Cipriani. Socialista is a representation of how the privileged pre-revolution Habaneros lived, a Caribbean playground, filled with the romance, excitement, music and flavors of the Cuban socialite culture.Inspired by the eclectic architecture of old Havana, the diverse interior combines colonial European influences with 20th century modernism. The design features French antiques and plantation style rattan furniture, covered in rich velvets and brocades, resembling a stately home that has stood still in Cuban History. A tribute to the Caribbean island's rich cocktail history, the menu will offer a mix of quintessential Cuban drinks and Socialista signatures.
- 376 W Broadway Fl 2 New York, NY 10012
- 10:30 PM - 2 AM Thu - Sat
- Dress Code: Strict
Evol nightclub, right in the heart of New York City. We offer a unique and unforgettable nightlife experience that you won't want to miss out on. Whether you're looking to host a private event, sing your heart out in our karaoke room, or soak up the vibes on our impressive 1000 sqft LED screen with top-of-the-line sound system, we've got you covered. So come on down and join us for a night of fun and entertainment that you won't forget anytime soon!RSVP at EVOL
As you approach 305 Spring Street in Soho, there is a neon-lit, green and red sign that reads “McGovern’s Tavern,”. It is a 100-year-old New York City landmark, guarded by two international flags – one from America and one from Morocco. Walk too fast and you might miss Paul Sevigny’s newest nightlife spot, Paul’s Casablanca. The venue is formerly known to night-life veterans as Sway Lounge, where Sevigny played his first Morrisey x Smith night and established an ongoing 14-year tradition. Enter into the nondescript building of Paul’s Casablanca and you’ll be transported into the luxe nightclub version of a Moroccan garden, keeping the same motifs as the previous tenant, telling the New York Times the only difference in the interior is “extreme cleanliness.” There are colorful mosaic tiles creating backsplashes for the sage banquettes. Pierced glass lanterns hanging from the ceiling. Horseshoe archways and handmade leather poufs. Bartenders wearing kaftans and djeballas – traditional North African clothing. A $20 dollar cocktail served with mint, green tea and vodka called The Casablanca. And, of course, a disco ball. Sevigny and his co-owners Brian McPeck, and Dominick D’Alleva are no strangers to the nightlife scene and have perfected the craft of throwing a party to remember. McPeck is the former frontman of the electro-punk band A.R.E. Weapon. D’Alleva is the former owner of the now-defunct Sway Lounge, known for the lowkey celeb and A-list DJ appearances. Sevigny (brother of the legendary cool girl Chloe Sevigny) is the former owner of cult West Village club Beatrice Inn, known for its impossible door, where everyone from Kate Moss to the Olsen twins, to Prince could be seen partying until about 2009. He’s also currently the owner of two LA nightclubs (Paul And Andre’s and Smoke and Mirrors) and Paul’s Cocktail Lounge at The Roxy Hotel. Paul’s Casablanca is a bit more luxe than Beatrice Inn and a bit more party-oriented than Paul’s Cocktail Lounge. But, the common denominator is that you’ll definitely have a good time whether it’s getting sweaty and body-rolling on the dance floor, or people watching the celebrities, influencers and fashion it-girls that frequent the space. So far, the SoHo spot has been a go-to for fashion week afterparties and had a launch party hosted by Purple Magazine. On regular nights, the music sets the mood, from hip-hop Thursdays with DJs like Mark Ronson and Q-Tip to Morrissey and Smith Sundays.RSVP at Paul's Casablanca
Set 18 stories high in Soho, the newly reimagined JIMMY is one of NYC's first and most beloved rooftops, and features one of the few outdoor pool decks in town. With decor inspired by Picasso's Blue period, JIMMY was created and is curated by David Rabin and Johnny Swet. The atmosphere is intimate and refined, with vintage and contemporary furniture and a working fireplace – all surrounded by 14’ windows with panoramic views of Midtown, Wall Street, the Hudson River, and the bridges spanning the East River. The music is cool and conversational-level, but heats up as the hour gets later on weekends. Unlike typical rooftop bars, JIMMY is a year-round destination. In colder months, guests gravitate towards the inside conversation pit – featuring blue and leather velvet modular furniture, sculptural stools, and an eclectic mix of tone-on-tone furniture. In warmer weather, the experience spills onto the roof deck, seamlessly going from daytime chaises to evening cocktail seating with unparalleled city views.RSVP at Jimmy SoHo
Butterfly is an intimate bar and lounge by John McDonald (Mercer Street Hospitality) and Nur Khan (former Rose Bar and Electric Room). Designed by Jason Volenec and featuring original artwork by Damien Hirst and Sante D’Orazio, the bar is located on the second floor of Sixty Soho (60 Thompson Street) and is open Monday thru Saturday starting 6pm for cocktails. The Place Butterfly is on the second-floor of Sixty SoHo and takes its name from the three large art works by Damien Hirst on the wall, each made up of thousands of iridescent butterflies. Other specimens were sent over by Mr. Hirst himself. “I had to drill each of those 2,000 butterflies myself,” Mr. Khan said. The rest of the lounge, inspired by the Italian designer Carlo Mollino, is a 12-tone symphony of animal prints, geometric patterns, sofas, settees and discreet booths for necking. The Crowd On a recent Friday, half the cast of “Ray Donovan” occupied a cluster of couches. They were soon supplanted by a coven of models. One wore a camel hair blazer and high-waisted jeans. Another, an oversize 1997 NBA Finals T-shirt and stonewashed jorts. A third, a silken bodycon dress. A cigarette, passed between them, glowed naughtily like a beacon from pre-Bloomberg New York. On the small dance floor, three sylphs swayed to Depeche Mode like pussy willows in the breeze, while a man with a bushy blond beard wafted by, wearing a dashiki. Getting In The first line of defense is Racine Sy, a longtime doorman who guards the stairs like a cheery Cerberus. The second is Cindy Saz, a doorwoman with an encyclopedic knowledge of who’s who below 14th Street. The door is slightly less selective before 11 p.m. Reservations can be made online. The Playlist A D.J. gazes at a glowing laptop on Thursday through Saturday nights. Typical tunes include easygoing, crowd-pleasing pop like “Falling” by Haim and “Radio Ga Ga” by Queen. “This is for my friends,” Mr. Khan said. “So we can play what we want.”
- 60 Thompson St New York, NY 10012
- 6 PM - 2 AM Mon - Sat
- Dress Code: Strict
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New York Clubs FAQ
What time does the headlining DJ usually start performing in New York clubs?
The headlining DJ will usually start performing around 12:00 AM.
How long do DJs play in New York?
The headlining DJ or artist usually plays a 1 to 2 hour set.
What is the dress code like at New York Clubs?
Guys can wear nice jeans and a form fitting plain t-shirt or a nice button down shirt. Girls can wear jeans or a comfortable but stylish dress if they prefer. Of course guys and girls can never go wrong with dressing up even more – there is no such thing as overdressing when it comes to clubs.
How can I get into New York Clubs for free?
Some New York Clubs have a free ladies guest list, and have a free even ratio guest list – free if you have the same number of girls (or more) in your party.
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How much is bottle service at New York Clubs?
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