The Best Ladies Nights in NYC

The Best Ladies Nights in NYC

by Allison Dalidunas
11.17.2010

Girls just wanna have fun. That’s what Cyndi told us and that’s what we’re going to do. New York City is the perfect venue for you and your girls to let loose in. When you get together with the crew in your highest heels and most alluring mini’s, you need the best service with the most eye candy. Read on for the city’s hottest spots for the ladies; no boys allowed, unless they’re buying the drinks of course.



Best Ladies Night in NYC: Webster Hall
125 E 11th St
New York, NY 10003

Webster Hall on Thursday nights is the epicenter for ladies getting loose. With four floors to party on, you can leave no bar un-drank from. Free admission for every girl is just the beginning. At 10:30 don’t hold back because the Burlesque Revue starts and the boys take the stage. We don’t want to give away too much, but lots of skin comes out from hiding on these muscular men. Dance on the stage, on a pole, on a dude, whatever you want. The liquor flows and the party goes on till your feet start to hurt.



Best Ladies Night in NYC: The Village Pourhouse
64 Third Ave
New York, NY 10003

You want to know where the guys are at so they’ll buy you and your friends drinks all night (you need to save your cash for more important things like shoes). But at the Village Pourhouse every Friday night, the drinks are so cheap you won’t need the guys (okay you still need them a little), in any case they’ll still be swarming here. Girls get half priced cocktails from 10 p.m. till close. Friday’s are the start of the weekend, that means you’ll be drinking $4 vodka tonics for hours, which makes that semi-cute guy watching the football game look pretty hot right now.



Best Ladies Night in NYC: Katwalk
2 W 35th St
New York, NY 10001

If you and the girls want to get sloshed in style, then Katwalk on Thursday nights is the spot for you. It’s happy hour from 3 p.m. to close and with $3 shots and $6 specialty cocktails, martinis, wine and beer you can drink yourself into oblivion for a wallet-friendly price. Bringing a huge group to the party? For an even sweeter deal, munch on free appetizers for parties of 8 or more girls.



Best Ladies Night in NYC: Opal
251 E 52nd St
New York, NY 10022

Who says Cosmos are out of style? They’re sweet and they get you drunk faster than you think when you’re chugging them at a two-for-one price at Opal’s Ladies Nights on Mondays. Bring yourself and three of your closest girlfriends to feel like the SATC ladies (accept not as dainty because you’ll be knocking those Cosmo’s back like it’s your job). Mondays don’t have to be boring when you’ve got six rounds of pink drinks and an interesting Tuesday morning ahead of you, so make Opal a definite stop on your list.



Best Ladies Night in NYC: Mercury Bar
493 Third Ave
New York, NY 10016

Wednesday nights will be you and your girls’ new best friend. Mercury bar is basically pouring the liquor down your pretty throats. Start off with $5 cosmos, apple martinis and well drinks all night (which will probably be a short night because you’ll be sloshed before 10). Then move on to free (yes, free) champagne and well drinks from 8-9 p.m. We don’t know how that’s possible but Mercury Bar must love the ladies, and the ladies love Mercury bar right back. We’ll even shout it in the street after 9 when we’re feeling really good after that fourth free glass of champagne.



Best Ladies Night in NYC: Down the Hatch
179 West 4th St
New York, NY 10014

You’re walking down the street with your buds, casually dressed and in definite need of some cheap beers. There’s no better place to go than Ladies Night at Down the Hatch on Tuesdays. From 8 p.m. to close choose from six different $1 domestic drafts. On top of that, all day and night you can score $2 cans of Pabst Blue Ribbon; it’s cheap but it does the trick. For a relaxed night with your best girls, Down the Hatch may be a hole in the wall, but the beer is cheap and the wings are slammin,’ which kind of make up for the lack of eye candy.

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