38-71 13th Street
Long Island City, NY 11101
Phone: (718) 880-3855
Fax: (718) 880-3854
Sapony Night Club is a party hot-spot. This chic nightclub is a favorite haunt of the uber cool young crowd. The club also plays host to a number of social events and celebrations as same. Power-packed entertainment, drives crowds in large numbers and makes it a favorite among locals. Don't want to miss out on your favorite sports match? Well get all your sports update at this place. Sapony Night Club adds to the fun quotient of Long Island.
Spend the extravagant night in Long Island City at the Super El Noa Noa night club.
Come enjoy the nightclub with some friends and cocktail, and your night cannot go wrong here.
This Upper East Side bar is filled with biker memorabilia, surfboards and other pop culture kitsch. It is an amiable place to drink excessively, if that is what you like! The bar features pool, darts and a television set. There is also live music on Sundays. Beer is cheap, and there is never a cover charge. It might not be worth a special trip, but if you want a drink and are still wearing the same clothes you had on the night before, then this is the place for you.
Canela Lounge, the hip Queens bar is something to check out if you're into live DJ spinning, themed nights and drink specials. The self-proclaimed 'best cocktail' bar mainly caters to the hip-hop and R&B loving crowd, but that's not to say that you wont hear any of the famous drunken American clichés on Karaoke night. The whole place has a sexy vibe to it, and the people at the door expect patrons to dress the part. So ladies, get out your Manolos, and gents should save the sweat gear and sneakers for the gym. Canela always has a drinks special on offer, however, sometimes they tend to be a bit watered down. So plan on drinking plenty or paying full price for something a little bit more worthwhile. Sometimes a cover, but if you get there early enough you can scrap it at the door.
Come dance the night off to various music from Latin, Hip-Hop, Reggae, and Pop music.
Many of the regulars at this charming little neighborhood cabaret are mature, suavely dressed gay men who appreciate excellent musical performers. Those singers and piano players also draw in local straight men and women to share a song. Every night the music scene at Brandy's Piano Bar is different and exciting. There is also a happy hour earlier on in the evening and drinks are very affordable, especially considering that the live entertainment comes at no extra charge.
LQ is a trendy restaurant, lounge and dance club in Midtown with an ambiance and a menu that mixes Latin and Asian influences. The decor is flawless, with a warm, bright orange palette set off by cool gray couches and Asian-style marble arches. However, there's one catch, and its a long one. As early as 10p the wait in line to get into the club portion can be up to an hour long, but you can beat the system by making a reservation in the restaurant to enjoy excellent food before you slip out onto the dance floor.
Located in the Woodside neighborhood of Queens in the city, La Boom is one of the most happening nightclubs which appeals to people of all musical tastes. Not just the Hip Hop loving kids, but even musicaficionadoswho love Bachata, Meringue and Salsa, are welcomed here. Such is the diversity of the genres embraced by resident and visiting DJs. The Halloween Party is a much awaited event each year which is well attended by locals and curious visitors alike.
Whether you are exhausted from either playing or watching a game, you will enjoy stopping by this typical neighborhood sports bar. The crowd will understand your obsession with sports, and the bartender may even give you a free beer (tipping well certainly helps). It is also a great place to view a game on television. And if you are looking for a companion who enjoys sports as much as you do, this is a good place to hang out at.
Get a table in this warmly lit bar in Algonquin Hotel and enjoy yourself in the company of thinkers. The Blue Bar is still a favorite of the literary intellectuals of New York who flock here for martini. The air is heavy on spirit while the artwork by Al Hirschfeld has remained unchanged. Pieces reflecting the glamor of old Broadway is scattered around the semi formal setting. But with Matilda, a drink named after the hotel cat, the fun factor finds its place.
Europa Club is a popular nightclub and concert venue, located in Brooklyn. Frequented by the youngsters of the city for its amazing, electrifying ambiance and fantastic music, there is a special charm about this place. Apart from adding to the city's nightlife, this club accommodates concerts and live performances by famous bands and musicians. Several popular artists such as Slim Cessna's Auto Club, DJ Monk One, Daisy Grenades, Verse and many more have performed here, enthralling the captivated audiences. Make sure you're 'dressed to impress' if you happen to head here, as the crowd flocking here is usually very happening. A must-visit for those who enjoy live and versatile genres of music.