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  • Top 5 hottest clubs in New York City

    It’s a well know fact that any reasonably large city in the US has an exciting nightlife, but in the true American metropolises like New York, the party scene will blow your mind. New York is a city where you can find something to do, no matter what your hobbies are. You can visit museums, walk in parks, eat ethnic food and go to concerts.

    The nightlife in the Big Apple is as varied as can be, and you are guaranteed to find a place where you’ll happily dance or lounge the night away. So for all the potential nightclubbers heading to NYC, here’s our top 5 hottest clubs in New York City.

    Sounds of Brazil

    Also known as SOB, this club is the perfect hangout for fans of latino music, raggae, Afropop and R&B. It is not a cheap place, and the cover charge can be quite steep, but  on mosts weekends there are live acts, ranging from talented newcomers to famous singers like Erykah Badu. Even when there is no live music, many people love to hang out at this place. The decor is stylish, the drinks are delicious and the music just makes you want to dance.


    If you want to go somewhere exclusive where your entry is not even guaranteed, check out Marquee, one of the most high class clubs in town. The club is very stylish, with impressive staircases leading to the VIP area, chandeliers, sleek couches and mysterious lighting.

    The cover charge is nothing to scoff at, and sometimes it can be difficult to get past the bouncers. So dig out your fanciest clothes out of the closet and try to look as charming as possible, and you might even see some famous faces at the club.


    This club has venues in Barcelona, Marrakesh and Rio de Janeiro, and as you can imagine, it is beyond successful. The club is styled in a very Mediterranean fashion, and it sprawls in four different levels with their own look and atmosphere. The music is good and there are top class DJ playing at the club every week. If you like dancing and large crowds, you will like the rowdy mood of Pacha.

    40/40 Club

    As opposed to other popular clubs, 40/40 has no cover charge, so you can pop in and enjoy the party even if you are not planning on staying long. However, the people who regularly come to this club are used to high class entertainment, and you should also dress to impress if you want to feel at ease here. The decor is very sophisticated, no surprise since Jay-Z is one of the owners.

    MO Bar

    If you want to spend an exciting evening without having to dance or listen to loud music, this stylish bar will definitely suit your needs. The clients are all mature and sophisticated, and the atmosphere is stylish but at the same time trendy. The velvet curtains and the polished nickel bar are quite a nice touch.

    All these bars and all the other attractions are worth for a short weekend flight to New York City.

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    joe TgAvatar
    joe wrote on December 30, 2010:

    How much costs a bloody mary in those bars?

    Peter wrote on January 5, 2011:

    Here are a few more that I would recommend:

    Down the Hatch: A dive bar, always a good party there.

    179 W 4th St
    (between Jones St & Barrow St)
    New York, NY 10014
    Neighborhood: West Village

    The Bitter End: Great Bar/Club with live bands playing.

    147 Bleecker St
    (between Laguardia Pl & Thompson St)
    New York, NY 10012
    Neighborhood: Greenwich Village

    Joanna Miller TgAvatar
    Joanna Miller wrote on April 1, 2014:

    I would like a cheap hotel near Times Square for a weekend in May, does not have to be a luxurious one, I just want to be close to the attractions.

    erato wrote on April 2, 2014:

    I ran a search on and also selected some other merchants via the checkboxes and the cheapest Times Square – Broadway area I have found was $173 per night, the Hotel Carter I have found it by checking Expedia, but you can also run some searches to compare different merchants’ prices.

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