Though temperatures may be cooling as Fall breezes her way into the city, the nightlife here is just starting to warm up. Here’s what went on last week:
The biggest thing that happened in nightlife this week (at least as far as we’re concerned) was the opening of the new “Southside” in the basement of Martignetti’s on Center and Broome. The new revamped version of the old Bella’s had quite the brilliant concoction of characters on opening night last Thursday. The place proved that bottle service was alive and well downtown.
It was also this week that we realized Sundays are in fact the new Saturdays. In addition to some of the best parties happening on Sunday night, we gave you some of the top reasons Monday morning should be painful for you.
In other news, Liam McMullan, son of NYC event photographer Patrick McMullan, finally became legal! His hip friends helped him celebrate at a Penthouse in the Chelsea Hotel. And the real American Ganster (Frank Lucas) and co. showed up at the Plumm to celebrate his son’s single release. Guests threw back Patron and Grey Goose as they danced and Harlem-shaked their night away.
Midweek, it occurred to us that the Lower East Side (LES) is soooo last year…at least that was quite the stir we created in Blogland when we jokingly asked “Is The LES Dunzo?” For the record we would like to state that no matter what neighborhood you’re in, just bring a good attitude and you’re sure to have fun! Just take McFadden’s for example, which is BANKING off of this recession.
And with respect to clubs, we are starting to suspect that Chloe’s will be the new Beatrice Inn, and that The Box indeed has indeed jumped the shark. With a ridiculous quote from one of our tipsters, our comment section blew up with similar sentiments. But as they say, “the show must go on.”
Finally, if you are really down and out from the economy, Home Sweet Home will take you back to your worry-free days…keg stands and all. It’s been a crazy week in Clubland, and the weeks will continue to get hotter as the temperatures decline. Till next time.
Content c/o guestofaguest
Photos c/o Nicky Digital