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  • Pyramid Club

    The Pyramid Club is a legendary East Village dance hall with a themed dance party each night. From INXS dance parties to Michael Jackson Tribute Night to Industrial/Electroclash to the generic but fun 80s Dance Night, there’s probably something for everyone, providing they’re at... More >>

  • RF Lounge

    A revamped version of the legendary but now defunct lesbian bar Rubyfruit, RF Lounge is a West Village bar with a comfortable but stylish feel. There are weekly specials, including Martini Madness ($5 martinis, no cover, Wednesdays), Thirsty Thursdays, GirlNationNYC (Saturdays), and Dykes on... More >>

  • Rick's Cabaret

    Like the Great Lakes, Rick’s Cabaret is known for motorboating. (Get it?!) But this club has even more to offer than that particular distinction. The atmosphere is low-key, the dancers are complimentary, and the food is not half bad. Seriously! What’s more, the lunch special is... More >>

  • Sapphire

    Everyone from Jersey folk to Village kids to uptown city kids get down and dirty on the dim Sapphire dance floor. It's not as trendy at the Meatpacking clubs, not as aggressive as the midtown ones—and isn't that a good thing? More >>

  • Sapphire New York

    This is the big one. Occupying the former Scores location, the owners of Sapphire have done away with all of that club’s greasy charm. Instead, there are flat screens, low light, and hip music. On select nights, dancing is pushed aside in favor of televised wrestling or mixed martial arts.... More >>

  • Scandals

    Scandals has the distinction of being the most litigious club in New York City, last year suing the city for unfairly restricting the locations where strip clubs can operate. Having already been forced to move twice, this venerable Long Island City institution could stand it no more, and took... More >>

  • Scores

    A cry went up from the city’s nightlife-lovers when the original, Midtown East Scores shuttered its doors. The soul of the institution was transplanted to a two-floor club in Chelsea, formerly Scores West, which has now been renovated into a low key, neon-heavy, tourist-friendly club.... More >>

  • Scores

    A cry went up from the city’s nightlife-lovers when the original, Midtown East Scores shuttered its doors. The soul of the institution was transplanted to a two-floor club in Chelsea, formerly Scores West, which has now been renovated into a low key, neon-heavy, tourist-friendly club.... More >>

  • Secret Lounge

    A Chelsea gay bar with an old fashioned, almost Victorian vibe, the Secret Lounge is a more relaxed, conversation-friendly option for Chelsea club goers. There is music each night, as well as weekly specials, including Seduction on Saturdays, which promises “Sexy Dancers” and... More >>

  • Tens World-Class Cabaret

    Billing itself as “New York City’s premier adult entertainment,” Ten’s Cabaret clearly aims for a more sophisticated demographic. There are seven private Champagne rooms, two main stages, “golden dollars,” and an in-house masseuse. They also serve food from an... More >>

  • The New VIP Club

    If you’ve been waiting your whole life to eat sushi at a strip club, then this is your spot. An upscale cabaret, lounge and sushi bar, The New VIP Club is, according to their website, “Known all over the Northeast for the 100’s of the worlds most beautiful entertainers and our... More >>

  • The Cock

    A notorious East Village gay bar, The Cock is the sort of place you should check out at least once,  even if sleazy bars filled with Go Go Boys isn’t your cup of tea. Despite the usual ten-dollar cover, there’s always a crowd and plenty of cheap drinks. Apparently, it used to be... More >>

  • The New VIP Club

    Known for their beautiful women and fantastic martinis, The New VIP Club is your best bet for a great lap dance. The VIP accommodations are next-level, meaning if you're looking for an upscale night out, this is the place to go. As a bonus, the sushi dinner is one of a kind.  More >>

  • The Urge

    The Urge Lounge is an East Village gay bar that is a bit of a dive.  But they do have Go Go dancers in Army boots every night at 11 pm, decently priced drinks (including two-for-one happy hour daily from 3pm – 9pm) and no cover. That said, some find it too sketchy and lube-smelly for... More >>

  • Times Square Hunks

    If the M&M store in Times Square isn’t doing it for you anymore, maybe you should head over to Times Square Hunks, which as been voted Best Bachelorette Party and Girls Night Out for thirteen straight years by some probably made up magazine. Now, if you think you’re in for just a... More >>

  • Ty's Bar

    A casual gay bar, Ty’s Bar has been a West Village institution since 1972. With a self-described “bearish” crowd, Ty’s is a low-key establishment where jeans, baseball caps and t-shirts are the norm.  They host a Fireman’s Night the second Tuesday of each... More >>

  • Vlada Lounge

    VLADA is not just a gay/drag bar located in Hell’s kitchen with a weekly show called “Slurp,” it’s also a place to get married! Shortly after New York made gay marriage legal, VLADA owner Von Shats became an ordained minister and will perform the ceremony at Chapel VLADA,... More >>

  • Xes Lounge

    XES Lounge is a gay bar in Chelsea known for its karaoke and outdoor patio, although its slogan adds, “No attitude, hot bartenders & strong drinks” to the list. The patio is only available in warmer months, but it’s a nice touch, not to mention large enough for non-smokers... More >>

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