As reported last week, Jay-Z has brought the 40/40 Club to Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn. After a grueling public hearing discussing the venue’s liquor license capabilities, the New York Post has reported that the 40/40 Club will not offer bottle service to its guests.
Some will care about this stipulation, and some will be indifferent. Either way, there will still be booze. Hard liquor will be sold in shot or drink form, and bottles of champagne and wine will available for purchase in the restaurant.
Additionally, unlike other venues that require the service of alcohol to discontinue after the commencement of the fourth quarter, the 40/40 Club will halt sales at 2AM. We could only wonder how much this decision was influenced by recent events.
Happening on Saturday, April 7th is the 11th Annual Young Professionals Ball at Trust in Philadelphia. Located at 249 Arch St. in the Old City neighborhood, this event is sure to be a great experience for all the city’s young nurses, grad students, doctors and scenesters.
From 8pm to 2am enjoy beer, wine, and mixed drink specials as you explore Trust’s multiple party floors, dance areas and non-stop DJ, not to mention the chance to party in a 10,000 square foot bi-level neoclassical event space.
Beamers is one of the most talked about places in Dallas, offering swank VIP areas, bottle service, a private parking lot, patio seating, full bar, coat check, and a live DJ. Oh Yeah! Beamers is an upscale private nightclub and concert/event venue with expansive wrap around bars and giant flat screen TV’s. There is a strict dress code and the doormen are not lenient, so dress trendy and to impress. The dress code is professional casual, so ladies dress sophisticated but not short of sexy and guys dress dapper, meaning swag sharp to the touch.
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 continue with the letter 'B.'
B is for Bottle Service
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
There's been a lot of buzz around town about the film that has been labeled "the movie that defines the decade." The Social Network got my wheels turning about the future of media, where we stand now as an industry, and, moving forward, what my responsibility as editor is to you. As we move forward into the most important season in nightlife, I want you to know that I have heard your collective voice and I promise to deliver to you the stories of the people who make our world what it is. You have told me through your interest in our interviews with notables in the nightlife community that you want to hear personal accounts from the mouths of the people who open the velvet rope for you every night of the week here in New York. So, look forward to some witty remarks, inside stories, and an exclusive look at the elite in the nightlife community.
Joonbug will be hosting the New Year’s Eve 2011 celebration at The Hotel on Rivington! The Hotel on Rivington is one of New York’s hottest clubs and this New Year’s Eve party will not disappoint.
This New Year’s Eve Party will be hosted at The Hotel on Rivington! The Hotel on Rivington is one of New York’s most famous hotels with its rich colors, luxurious textures and both intimate and dramatic lighting. The Hotel on Rivington has hosted numerous fashion shows and birthday parties for Manhattan’s elite. The enormous club will be pumping out a variety of the hottest jams as you dance the night away.