Many people think of Wednesdays as an off night to party. It's the night you can relax from your Tuesday night hangover and prepare for your Thursday night raging.
Thanks to The Bunker Club, a new remedy has been created to help you with that down 'n out time, introducing their new "OG Wednesday's" Party hosted by Nima Yamini & Sal Morale.
Bringing you an A-List crowd, models, bottles, the downtown scene, fashionistas, and a door guarded by Eddie, OG Wednesday's has been rumored to be one party that will leave every party-goer wanting more; if they make it out alive from the war-like atmosphere.
There may be a lot of controversy between the US and UK over the show SKINS making it's way on to MTV, but whether or not you like the show, you would have LOVED the party.
A secret location only revealed to RSVPers through signing up on the site, party kids from 16+ showed some skin for MTV at a warehouse party in Brooklyn this past Friday to celebrate the show's premiere.
Complete with all the essential rave supplies (IE rainbow facepaint and glow sticks), party goers caught performances by Rusko, Sleigh Bells, Klever, Drop The Line, and Kill The Noise, plus endless amounts of comp'd alcohol and dancing. The doors were tight as capacity was around 1000 and press obviously caught drift of the MTV sponsored event and snatched up most of the passes, but the party still raged on til late, late night with stars and it kids alike.
The fabulosity that is contained in Avenue (the club that resides on the corner of 17th and 10th Avenue, in the most accessibly glamour puss of neighborhood—the Meatpacking District) actually derives from its behavior as somewhat of a recluse among its fellow nightlife fixtures. It’s as flashy in appearances as any other of its kind: an overall darkened golden tone, dim lights beneath, and shiny, woody layered architecture, yet there is an inexplicable well-nigh volume of geeky chic. It’s a notion to be recognized after your third visit or so, but its geeky chic at its most stylized with lots of black and shiny ensembles and from a crowd that feels as if Avenue belongs to them.
Come dance the night away TONIGHT at SoHo Grand for the Neon Trees afterparty, hosted by Grand Life. You may/may not have tickets to their SOLD OUT show at Webster Hall, but regardless, everyone loves a good after party!
Come hang with the gang of Neon Trees, with DJ sets by Tyler Glenn and David Pacho as all the cool kids get down at SoHo Grand. The party starts at 11pm and knowing them, it goes until tomorrow.
Aura, one of the hot spots in Studio City has hit the map as a great venue for music, dancing, food, and fun, attracting celebrities and trendsetters since it's birth in 2004.
A favorite from anyone to Ashlee Simpson to Bruce Willis, Aura has live music Wednesdays and 80s live covers Thursdays, plus comedy showcases Fridays and Saturdays. The drinks are cheap and the cover is anywhere from free to $20, making your night even better! Kick back and see some of your favorite local bands, or dance the night away to Top 40, which ever you prefer, Aura has it covered!
With a killer view and bi-level party space, the VooDoo Lounge at the Rio feels nothing like witchcraft.
The Bank at The Bellagio has that "wow factor" that all the clubs on the Strip are seeking, but few find. It's a multi level megaclub with tall booths, glass deco, multiple bars, and plenty of space for VIPs. Dress your best, because entry for The Bank is strict, letting in only the best of the best in the freshest clubwear. Serving to a higher end clientele, most of The Bank is designed for the VIPs that want bottle service, but there's plenty of room on the huge dancefloor for those just club hopping for a night.
We know everyone's got a little "rainy day" cash stocked up, so break into your piggy bank and experience a VIP style night at The Bank!
The first privileged child of SBE and Bolthouse Productions, Area steps up the class in LA to battle with some of the best clubs in the city. From the likes of Hyde Lounge, Privilege and Lobby Supper Club, Area is almost always at capacity with the best looking socials and celebrities, so dress your best but don't expect to enter even if you're on the list. Early arrival gives a better chance, and maybe even a spot on one of their lush couches.
With two doors, a dance floor, premium bottle service, and an outdoor patio, Area feels private and posh, the perfect spot for a night out in LA.
New Year's Eve in New York City. It's 2011. Where do you go? What do you wear? Who are the celebs that are going to be rubbing elbows with you at the open bar? Every day until New Year's Eve, we are going to give you the best of the best on where to be and how to have a night to remember to kick off the New Year. Today we start with the letter 'A.'
A is For A-List
Since its creation in 1956, Eden Roc Renaissance has been THE most celebrated hotel. Nestled right on Millionaire's Row (right by the Atlantic!), Eden Roc has a luxurious, constant red carpet feel. After a $200 Million renovation that was completed in 2008, they have every reason to. From oldschool Hollywood, Eden Roc played house with the Ricardos on I Love Lucy, and has held continued success through the years to now host top celebs like Madonna and George Clooney. Recent sightings even included Holly Madison and Drake, as this hotel has been a go-to hotspot for young trendsetters and all of the new celebrity elite.