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Cielo

18 Little W. 12th St. New York, NY 10014 | West Village | 212-645-5700

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Winner of the DanceStar USA award for best club, Cielo boasts a slew of top-notch DJs and weekly parties like Francois Kas Monday night aDeep Space.a Beautiful people abound in this polished house-music haven with a sunken dancefloor that gets tons of foot traffic. The walls glow just about everywhere and comfy seating provides a respite from all the boogying. When it comes to dancing here, donat be afraid to let loose.


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