Looking for a place to party in New York City? You’re in luck, because the city that never sleeps hosts many hot dance clubs with the hippest crowds. Here are five that are worth checking out in Manhattan and Brooklyn.
637 West 50th Street, between 11th & 12th Avenue
Ibiza is a legendary destination for nightlife and for its innovative dance music scene. Space Ibiza now brings the energy of this lively Mediterranean island to North America. Located in Hell’s Kitchen, Space Ibiza has the style and music that made Ibiza famous. With regular events and special guests, Space Ibiza has a huge sound system and best music talent. Don’t be surprised if you see models and celebrities among the crowd dancing here.
618 W 46th St.
Also with its roots in the legendary Ibiza scene, the international Pacha club brand has its only North American venue in Hell’s Kitchen. A dance music institution, Pacha offers 30,000 square feet on four levels. A powerful Dynacord speaker system fills the space, and lighting is innovative and intense. With resident DJ and owner Erick Morillo, along with an eclectic range of top DJs and performers, Pacha is the place to dance to the beats of electronic dance music and hip-hop.
18 Little W 12th St.
A hot club in Manhattan’s meat-packing district, Cielo packs in crowds of dancers. With a clear, powerful sound system by Funktion One and a sunken dance floor, Cielo is a great destination for serious EDM dancing. DJs Tedd Patterson, Louie Vega, Francois K, and F. Kevorkian spin all types of Deep House, Trance, Techno, Tech House, and Electronica.