Nightlife is always changing. Clubs and bars open and close. In New York, Club Cumming just came. Word is that Continental is going. Continental is a bar right off St. Marks on Third Avenue in NYC’s East Village.
Crowds were dancing in the streets Tuesday as NYC lifted a 91-year-old law that prevented dancing in most bars, lounges, restaurants, and nightclubs. Revelers saw this as a victory of the young and woke over the forces of old and evil. The law seemed racist when it was first launched in 1926 and used against […]
“Airbnb is a mortal threat to the U.S. hotel industry.” This dramatic proclamation was delivered by legendary American entrepreneur, hotelier, and real estate developer Ian Schrager, the mind behind both Studio 54 and our current boutique hotel boom, in a piece for the WSJ online. Schrager, promoting his newly unveiled NYC property Public, counsels that […]
Last month, New York City’s Mayor Bill de Blasio signed a bill to create a director of nightlife. The aptly acronymed DON will oversee the Office of Nightlife with the express purpose of promoting growth of “jobs and wages in the music industry,” according to the mayor. This is an “office that’s really going to […]
Ready or not, New York City is going to be invaded by the Super Bowl, cold weather and congestion be damned. With the city expecting over 200,000 additional people flooding into the city over the weekend, you’ll want to head to quality places NYC locals love, that won’t be packed with people (M&Ms experience in […]