Where: C5 at the Chelsea Hotel, 111 South Chelsea Avenue, Atlantic City
Where: Dusk, 2100 Pacific Avenue, Atlantic City
Where: Harrah’s Resort, 777 Harrahs Blvd, Atlantic City
Where: Casbah Nightclub at Trump Taj Mahal, 1000 Boardwalk, Atlantic City
Where: Club Providence at the Tropicana, 2831Boardwalk, Atlantic City
Where: Club Karma, 401 Boulevard, Seaside Heights
Where: MIXX at the Borgata Hotel and Casino, One Borgata Way, Atlantic City
Where: Royale Nightclub, 279 Tremont Street, Boston
Where: Rumor Nightclub, 100 Warrenton Street, Boston
Where: The Greatest Bar, 262 Friend Street, Boston
Where: Cure Lounge, 246 Tremont Street, Boston
Where: Venu, 100 Warrenton Street, Boston
Where: The Estate, 1 Boylston Place, Boston
Where: Liquor Store, 25 Boylston Place, Boston
Where: Royale Nightclub, 279 Tremont Street, Boston
Where: Harrah’s, 777 Harrah's Blvd, Chester
Where: Warehouse 24, 1936 Macdade Blvd, Woodlyn
Where: Roxxy Bamboo Bar, 927 N Delaware Ave, Philadelphia
Where: Rumor Nightclub, 1500 Sansom street, Philadelphia
Where: Silk City, 5th & Spring Garden, Philadelphia
Where: Room12 Lounge, 1200 Sansom Street, Philadelphia
Where: LiT UltraBar, 460 North 2nd street, Philadelphia
Where: Cantina Los Caballitos,1651 E Passyunk Ave, Philadelphia
New York Grub Street has reported that Cobra Studio, a newly opened yoga studio, will start serving booze! Nikki Koch, Julia Huffman, and Dana Bushman opened the 2,500 square foot studio last week in Bushwick, Brooklyn. The yoga studio/restaurant/bar will offer yoga in the morning, but in the afternoon it will begin serving food including Meat Hook hot dogs and Frito pies, as well as a cocktails, beer, and wine!
"Every time we take a great class, afterward we want to go have a drink and relax and have a conversation," Koch told Grubstreet.
Todd English is moving on from the failure of CrossBar --the gothic themed bar in Flat Iron that just didn't resonate well with New Yorkers. We now know that his next project will be a far cry from a creepy church-like scene; and from what we hear so far, the vibe will be much more appealing.
Taking over the space of the now defunct Crossbar will be French restaurant, Chateau Cherbuliez. According to its official website, it will not only be a restaurant and wine bar, but it will also house a vineyard. Interesting! Talk about taking "in house" to a whole other level.
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.
Matt Levine, the entrepreneur behind NYC hotspots The Eldridge and Sons of Essex is at it again. The Cocktail Bodega, set to open in late July, will offer liquor infused smoothies and fresh squeezed juices.
It can’t get any better, right? Wrong!
Chef Roblé, reality star and chef responsible for Avenue New York, is set to provide a menu of tropical themed dishes to complement the specialty drink creations.
Its home at 205 Chrystie Street will definitely leave guests impressed. We also have no doubt that celebrities will pop in every so often, as Levine’s Sons of Essex has hosted the Twilight Breaking Dawn cast party, and is rumored to have hosted Justin Bieber’s newest album release.
(For you Beliebers, OMG!)
This spot will surely be a summer treasure from the minute doors open.
Have you ever been stuck at home while your friends are out club hopping? Now there’s a solution for you to not miss a beat while still laying on your couch. The Groove, a Greenwich Village nightclub, has put GANDER.tv into action, a system that provides live streaming from inside the club. The idea of the live feed is not only to watch those you know, but to help you decide which clubs are worthy of attending.
The Groove, a popular hotspot for live music seven days a week, has hosted celebrity guests including Pink, Ricky Martin, and Prince. Now it’s your turn to be on TV for your friends at home to watch. We love this idea, but please, don’t do anything embarrassing…it will be recorded!
PS if you’re not sure how live feed works, check out Gander.tv’s website to view a stream of their Brooklyn office!
Choreographer ’s Le Grand Continental, a performance originating from Montreal, will come to New York for its United States premiere. The performance is comprised of a few hundred amateur dancers coming together to fuse line dancing with contemporary styles. The reviews of previous performances have been outstanding.
The events will take place at Pier 16 of the Seaport on June 22-23rd starting at 7PM, and on June 24th at 2PM. After the show, guests can enjoy a DJ party on pier 17 on June 22, 23, and 24. This outdoor spectacle has already traveled from Montreal to Mexico City, and we are confident that New York’s response will be overwhelming. If you want a better idea of what the performances entail, take a look at this amazing video.
New York tourists, commuters, and residents alike can all agree that Times Square’s appeal is undeniable. They can also agree that it has lacked an outdoor refuge to enjoy it from- until now. Haven, located atop the Sanctuary Hotel, offers 2,500 square feet of outdoorsy yet modern bliss. Guests can enjoy an array of tropical cocktails in the $15 range. One that sounds particularly inviting to us is the Starlight, consisting of Grey Goose Le Citron vodka, fresh kiwi, and vanilla bean. Once in full swing, Haven will also offer a food menu for patrons to enjoy. Take a look at the pictures, we absolutely love the lounge’s décor!