ⓘ Category:Nightclubs in Manhattan

Area (nightclub)

Area was a themed nightclub that operated from 1983 to 1987 at 157 Hudson Street in Manhattan, New York City. The club was known for its unusual invitations. The club was founded by brothers Eric Goode and Christopher Goode, Shawn Hausman and Darius Azari. The brick building housing area was built in 1866 to house the stables "American Express". The club is open Wednesday through Saturday from 11 PM to 4 am. The area attracted many celebrities. Write for details, Stephen Saben and Michael Musto, writing for the journal, the village voice, these tabloids chronicled in there, and looked back ...


Danceteria was a well-known four-floor nightclub located in New York City, which operated from 1979 until 1986. Throughout its history, the club had seven different locations, three in NYC and four in the Hamptons. The second, most famously at 30 West 21st Street in Manhattan, served as the location for the disco scene in the film Desperately Seeking Susan.

Hurrah (nightclub)

Hurrah was a nightclub located at 36 West 62nd Street in New York City from 1976 until 1980. Hurrah was the first large dance club in NYC to feature punk, new wave and industrial music. Under the management of Henry Schissler, and later Jim Fouratt, it became known as the first "rock disco" in New York, and pioneered the use of music videos in nightclubs, placing video monitors around the club, over a year before the launch of MTV. The club was owned by Arthur Weinstein and his partners, who opened the club in November 1976, months before Studio 54. Ruth Polish as a booking agent, Ura has ...

La Martinique

La Martinique was a popular nightclub in New York City, United States during the 1940s. Situated in a basement at 57 West 57th Street, the club was owned and operated by Dario Goldfarb and Jim Vernon. It was at La Martinique that Mr. & Mrs. Walt Disney would host the after party following the October 23, 1941 premiere of Dumbo at the Broadway theatre. The club is remembered for launching the careers of many singers of the era, including Dick Haymes, Danny Kaye, Jackie Miles and Zero Mostel, as well as playing host to more established performers, such as Jo Stafford who had a six-month resi ...

Latin Quarter (nightclub)

Latin Quarter is a nightclub in New York City. The club which originally opened in 1942 featured big-name acts. In recent years it has been a focus of hip hop, reggaeton and salsa music. Its history is similar to that of its competitor the Copacabana.

The Loft (New York City)

The Loft was the location for the first underground dance party organized by David Mancuso, on February 14, 1970, in New York City. Since then, the term "The Loft" has come to represent Mancusos own version of a non-commercial party where no alcohol, food, nor beverages are sold. Mancusos vision of a private party is similar to, and inspired by, the rent party and house party. Unlike conventional nightclubs or discotheques, attendance is by invitation only. In the late 1970s, Mancuso abandoned the generally accepted and expected practice of beatmatching, preferring to play songs in their e ...

Santos Party House

Santos Party House was a New York City nightclub located at 96 Lafayette Street between Walker and White Streets in the TriBeCa neighborhood of downtown Manhattan. Originally named the "Lafayette Street Jungle Gym", Santos Party House was recognized as the "Best New Nightclub" by Paper magazines Annual Nightlife Awards, and has also won awards for its parties, sound system, lighting, and dance floor. In a nightclub two-level, 8.000 square feet of 740 m 2, a music venue designed by Ronald Castellano to function as a concert hall, dance club, and lounge. He took in partners, including noted ...

The Shelter (New York City)

The Shelter, also known as Club Shelter, was a New York City house music and techno nightclub in the 1990s/2000s. The club was at multiple locations including 6 Hubert Street, 157 Hudson Street, 150 Varick Street in Manhattan depending on the date. The Shelter was established by resident DJs Timmy Regisford, Merlin Bobb, and Freddy Sanon. The club is closely associated with record label 157 Shelter Records.

Xenon (nightclub)

Xenon was a popular New York City nightclub. Xenon was a popular disco in Manhattan in the late 1970s and early 1980s. It was located at 124 West 43rd St in the former Henry Miller Theater which prior to Xenon had been renamed Avon-at-the-Hudson and was operating as a porn house. Xenon was the only nightclub popular enough to compete with Studio 54. The site is now the Stephen Sondheim Theater.


ⓘ Nightclubs in Manhattan

  • Area was a themed nightclub that operated from 1983 to 1987 at 157 Hudson Street in Manhattan New York City. The club was known for its unusual invitations
  • New York City nightclub Xenon was a popular disco in Manhattan in the late 1970s and early 1980s. It was located at 124 West 43rd St in the former Henry
  • for the move. In 2001, the club was forced to move for a third time to West 34th Street and Eleventh Avenue on the west side of Manhattan when its landlord
  • Terminal 5 is a New York City music venue in Hell s Kitchen, Manhattan located at 610 West 56th Street west of 11th Avenue. It has a multi - level event
  • 75250 - 74.00750 Tunnel was a nightclub in New York City, located at 220 Twelfth Avenue, in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan New York City. It operated
  • upmarket nature of nightclubs can be seen in the inclusion of VIP areas in some nightclubs for celebrities and their guests. Nightclubs are much more likely
  • The Highline Ballroom was a music venue and nightclub located at 431 West 16th Street in Manhattan in New York City. Primarily featuring musical acts
  • The Limelight was a chain of nightclubs that were owned and operated by Peter Gatien. The Limelight had locations in Hallandale, Florida Atlanta Chicago
  • gay superclub, located in the East Village neighborhood of Manhattan New York City. It operated from 1980 to 1988. It opened in the old premises of the
  • The Pyramid Club is a nightclub in the East Village of Manhattan New York City. After opening in 1979, the Pyramid helped define the East Village drag