ⓘ Category:Nightclubs in New York City

Glasslands Gallery

Glasslands Gallery was a music venue, dance club and art space in Williamsburg, Brooklyn founded by Brooke Baxter and Rolyn Hu. Hu and Baxter owned and ran GlassLands from 2006-2012. In 2012 they made a turn key sale to Rami Haykal and Jake Rosenthal. Rosenthal and Haykal ran the space for two years until the venue was converted into Vice Medias office headquarters. As a concert venue, it was one of the longest-running of several experimental and DIY spaces in the vicinity of the Williamsburg waterfront, which included Death By Audio, Secret Project Robot, Monster Island and 285 Kent.

House of Yes (Brooklyn)

House of Yes is a creative collective and nightclub in Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York City. The House of Yes nightclub was opened by artists Kae Burke and Anya Sapozhnikova, and partners Justin Ahiyon and Ilan Telmont in 2015.

Petes Candy Store

Petes Candy Store is a New York City performing space, bar and club located in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn. It is located at 709 Lorimer Street, between Frost Street and Richardson Street. Notable acts associated with the venue include Lizzie West, The Reverend Vince Anderson and Will Oldham. Petes hosts a weekly trivia and weekly open mic night, and monthly reading, poetry, LGBTQ+, comedy, and performance nights alongside a calendar of nightly free musical performances. It was the New York City home of pastor Jay Bakkers Revolution church.


ⓘ Nightclubs in New York City

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