Spring is upon us, and it's only right that we revel in it. Start your weekend off with a taco in hand at Annabelle's opening party. The boutique's two-part celebration starts off with tacos and margaritas (in to-go cups!) at the store, and is followed by an afterparty in the back room of the ... More >>
Tonight begins the last hurrah for erstwhile Williamsburg club Savalas, whose six year run on Bedford avenue came to an end this week when the venue abruptly announced (on Facebook!) that it'd be closing this weekend. Why they were closing they never quite got around to saying, but there are ... More >>
It's the first week of the new year! This also means it's the first week to break your resolutions to drink less and sleep more. Enablers that we are, behold your week in nightlife, featuring the return of our favorite Lower East Side fete, a music festival, a lot of disco, and so much more.
Farewell, Fat BeatsBefore we sink into holiday hibernation, we thought we'd take a moment to reflect on our exploits, and present to you our very own 2010 SOTC Nightlife Awards. Below, our fifth and final installment examines the rest of the best.
Halloween is the worst holiday of the year for weekend bar-hopping: The city is swarmed with underage college kids who consider themselves more likely to get into bars while in disguise. We recommend that you find a top-notch dance party and plant yourself there for the duration of the evenin ... More >>
It's officially fall, y'all. And while that means, unfortunately, that Pavement Week has come to a close, we have a full schedule of dance-y affairs to keep you busy through the weekend. For the most part, we'll recommend you stay city-side. That is, unless seeing Zach Baron play black metal ... More >>
Start your weekend off with a little art therapy. Scion hosts the opening of touring art exhibit Installation Six at Eastern District in Brooklyn: The show is comprised of "non-narrative video installations" created by some of our favorite music fiends and local artists, most notably Brooklyn ... More >>