154 Ludlow St., (between Rivington & Stanton)
212 – 533 7234 / www.livingroomny.com 
A hot, friendly, contemporary flavored, folksy place with real troubadours from cable-access rejects to popular
regulars
including Lianne Smith and ex-Fleshtone Robert George Warren. And, wayward celebs wander in pretty
regularly. Usually no cover and a one-drink minimum.

The Living Room - Bono  Glen Hansard

 

 

 

 

Bono jams with Glen Hansard on stage

 Books some great bands with a lot of talented musicians like Micah Dalton
and Nathan Angelo.Plus, much more at this inviting club. Also, unpretentious and laid-back. Hip ambience. totally
reasonable drink prices. One driunk minimum for all. Must be 21. A lot of return business says it all. 

Mario Casas - Spanish actor B

 

 

 

 

 
 
Spanish actor Mario Casas

The Standard logoTop of the Standard  (Boom Boom Room) Meat Packing District
848 Washington Street (Between W.13th Street & Little W. 12th St.)
(212) 645 4646 / www.standardhoteld.com

The Boom Boom Room also known as Top of the Standard, will still make you feel like you're partying like it's 1999.  
It's just got it all going ! Panoramic views of the city, chic-mod 70's décor, and a sophisticated crowd create a lively, warm, and inviting space to part-ay!  There is one main bar, which is ienough to accommodate the crowd.  It is important to mention that one of the things that make it such a nice place to lounge is that it isn't too crowded or too loud.  It is a mellow place to enjoy a drink, the view, and the music.  Long lines sometimes outside. Best to arrive before 11:00 pm.
This well-run celebrity magnet atrtracts a really great nightlife crowd.

Top of the standard - show room

Top of the standard - crowd

 

 

 

 

 

Upstairs At The Kimberly

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

145 East 50th Street (Between Lexington & 3rd Avenues)
(212) 702 1600

 Certainly not "downtown." But this one's too good to pass.
The stunning penthouse level lounge here sits 30 stories high atop the Kimberly Hotel in Midtown Manhattan.

The new, 3000 square foot venue features three separate indoor/outdoor atmospheres, stunning interior
design, retractable glass ceilings and walls, ambient heated floors and breathtaking views of the iconic
Chrysler Building. Thoughtfully designed to be as elegant and inviting in the winter months as it is sunny
and sophisticated in the summer season. Creative cocktails and small plates menu are served nightly.

Upstairs - Kimberly - NYE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Webster Hall exterior

 

 

 

 

 

 

Very downtown, historic Webster Hall is a nightclub and concert venue located at 125 East 11th Street,
between Third and Fourth Avenues, near Astor Place, in Manhattan, New York City. Built in 1886, its
current incarnation was opened by the Ballinger Brothers in 1992. It serves as a nightclub, concert venue,
corporate events center, and recording venue, and has a capacity of 2,500 people – including the club; 1,400 for the main stage.

On March 18, 2008, after a landmarks proposal was submitted by the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation,
the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission designated Webster Hall and its Annex - a New York City landmark.

 

Webster Hall

 Webster Hall

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