Are your dancing shoes warmed and your feet ready to move? Then find a nightclub in Manhattan, New York and get your groove on. Find the best dance clubs based on the scene, average age and music by reading the Manhattan nightclub descriptions below along with reviews and maps.
Invoking the fun and frenetic atmosphere of its famous sister-club in Ibiza, Pacha lines up the world`s best DJs on a regular basis. The massive, four-level club offers a different look and music in each level and all are full of a crowd ready to dance.
Bar 13 blends the atmosphere of a bar, a lounge and a dance club into one. There are three stories of space to enjoy at this nightclub on East 13th Street.
Max's Kansas City was famous in the 1960s as a hang-out of the young, rich and eccentric. Andy Warhol, David Bowie, Iggy Pop and Janis Joplin are just a few of the people that could be seen at the club regularly.
The DJs at Naked Lunch spin 80s, 90s and current top 40 favorites to a crowd of after-work suits, the occasional celeb and those who just want to dance. Revelers keep their energy up with one of the tasty, innovative cocktails on offer.
Opera Nightclub pulls in a chic and glamorous crowd with its DJs and party atmosphere. The club fits hundreds and the masses cool off and chat on the outdoor terrace.
The kind of place to see and be seen, if you can get in the door, Marquee is upscale, exclusive and cool. Boasting a sophisticated, impressive decor the luxurious night spot always draws a crowd.
A sports bar, restaurant and outdoor cafe make up the Joshua Tree in a contemporary and decidedly New York style. Located on Restaurant Row, they are open 7 days a week to offer a large beer and drink list. The sports bar features two levels and an array of large screen TVs. The restaurant features world cuisine specializing in surf and turf. The outdoor cafe is popular in summer with second-level dining that overlooks the area.
Located in the Meatpacking District, Kiss & Fly's unique Italianate interior includes a replica of Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel painting on the ceiling. The beautiful interior is mirrored by the equally beautiful patrons.
The Bowery Poetry Club is one of New York's premiere venues for poetry and jazz performances. Acclaimed writers travel from around the world to perform here. Full bar and coffee cafe too.