1. Paul’s Baby Grand
Paul’s Baby Grand is famous for its welcoming yet controversial atmosphere (when I visited, trans girls were receiving Venmos from various Daddys for kisses on their cheeks from fashion industry elite, while transgenders went from daddy to daddy in exchange for kisses). Created by scenemaker Paul Sevigny at The Roxy Hotel, this lively yet intimate cocktail lounge boasts tropical-print walls paired with marble tables and luxurious velvet furnishings in its space, which draw both in-the-know locals as well as A-listers alike.
Club B serves crafted cocktails and is one of the few venues in NYC that permit its guests to smoke indoors. According to AirMail’s report, they allegedly ignore New York City’s smoking ban after 2am when a staff member hangs a disco ball to signal smokers that it’s okay for them to take a puff.
For best results, I advise arriving early or making a reservation. Bottle service, available to groups of six to seven people, may also help avoid lines; just beware the cost may be significantly more than simply showing up without one.
2. The Boiler Room
The Boiler Room is a popular club that provides plenty of seating options. Floor seats provide a unique experience and tend to be among the more expensive tickets; however, with TicketSmarter you may be able to secure them at much reduced rates!
This divey bar features a diverse jukebox featuring thousands of tracks you can purchase with your own money, making this bar one of the most diverse spots in Hell’s Kitchen and welcoming patrons from every race, creed, gender identity and age bracket.
Blaise Bellville founded Blaise Bellville Entertainments (Bellville Entertainments), initially to connect London electronic underground music scenes to fans via the internet. Since 2010, however, Bellville Entertainments (Bellville) has grown internationally by hosting dance party events with an emphasis on underground genres in different locations around the globe – with classical musician Hauschka performing for them in 2014. They also host major music festivals like SXSW and Sonar.
3. Crypt Pub
Crypt Pub stands out among Denver bars and clubs as an atmospheric pub with dark red walls, decorated with creepy skulls. Co-owners Priscilla Jerez and Dale Canino previously worked at Tooey’s Off Colfax – an institution among service industry workers and punk rockers – and are hoping to recreate that sense of camaraderie and community at Crypt Pub.
The Crypt menu combines traditional bar fare with vegetarian and vegan options, such as vegan muffulettas, eggplant pastramis and more. Plus there’s cocktails, beer and wine to complement all that delicious food!
Are you in the mood to dance the night away? Check out Club 51 or Boiler Room; for something a bit less hectic try SEED Eco Lounge or Saddle Bags Savannah which offer country western music and line dancing lessons. Use Moovit to find the optimal route, view real-time transit updates and book rides or purchase passes – give it a go now!
5. Saddle Bags Savannah
Saddle Bags Savannah is an excellent spot to hear live country music in Savannah’s Historic District, hosting both local and regional acts on its stage. Sip on some bourbon, enjoy an American beer, dine on homemade food made in-house or ride the mechanical bull – Saddle Bags will satisfy all these desires and more! Vivid Seats provides tickets for events hosted at Saddle Bags Savannah as well as its seating map allowing you to select your ideal seats; bag policies may change so be sure to consult their website for details before selecting them!