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Best Clubs in NYC

We have scoured the Internet and various reputable sources to find you the top clubs in NYC, where you're guaranteed to experience NYC nightlife at its finest!  Party in Manhattan or any of the five boroughs at the best nightclubs in NYC.


Home to Some of the Most Exciting Nightlife in NYC!

Encompassing everything you can ever ask for in one of the top NYC clubs, Pacha is your premier nightlife destination.  The 30,000-square-foot nightclub is a go-to spot for club-goers from all over the country, even attracting several major celebrities.


The club is split into four levels, each with its own distinctive look and feel.  The main room contains a large dance space filled with sound and light, a full bar, an LED-covered DJ booth, and a beautiful disco ball.  The Mezzanine rewards you with a VIP view of the exciting main floor action.  The Funky Room is the pre-club lounge space that houses the infamous shower booths, where beautiful women in bikinis get showered in sprinkling water and colored LED light.  Finally, "Little Pacha" is the club's elegant attic hideaway--an enormous space for dancing, lounging, and seated presentations.

Webster Hall

One of the Best Nightclubs in New York City!

If you're searching for the best clubs in New York City, Webster Hall is not only one of the most impressive nightclubs and live music venues in the Big Apple, but in all of North America!  The 40,000-square-foot architectural gem first opened its doors in 1886.  It remains one of NYC's largest and longest running nightclubs, attracting nearly half a million guests each year!


Webster Hall regularly hosts performances by some of the most talented and legendary musical performers.  Artists such as Ray Charles, The Killers, Paul Simon, Green Day, Prince, Nine Inch Nails, Michael Buble, and Mick Jagger have graced the stage of this famed NY club.  For the party of a lifetime, swing by on Saturday night for one of the world-famous "CIRCUS parties"--featuring such acts as stilt-walkers, trapeze artists, fire breathers, snake ladies, and go-go dancers.