China Club - China Club isn’t just another bridge-and-tunnel megaclub. This longtime host to celebrities and high-profile parties is a staple in local nightlife--at least 90% of twenty- and thirty-something New Yorkers have made their way through its gilded gates. Given that, security is no joke, with linebacker-sized guards every 10 feet. After the requisite pat-downs and ID checks, find an ample dance floor where you can bump and grind to hip-hop, pop and reggaeton. The VIP section wraps around the space, housing many-a-B-list celebrities and local regulars being, of course, ultra cool. This isn’t the place to be cheap. The cover is about $20, while a Heineken asks for a whopping $8. The best attraction by far is Jade Terrace on the third floor with an sprawling view of Time Square. While the girl-guy ratio is fairly even and attractive, a night at China Club wouldn’t be complete without some fall-down drunken chick being carried down the stairs or a Long Island beefcake taking off his shirt for a fight. Who says there's no more action in Times Square?