If you live in New York, you know that every club that opens tries to be more trendy than the last. It’s all about the expensive cocktails and showing off your designer clothing. New York is full of high demand places with lines that extend around corners. However, some things are about to change.
New York’s infamous nightlife scene is getting little more laid back with the opening of Provocateur. Located in the Meatpacking District, Provocateur is billing itself at “The Heart of Progressing, Vocal and Indie Music.” Provacateur is sure to be a success. Not only will it be a one of a kind place but it stands out because of its infamous location.
The new club will take over the site that recently housed the Garden of Ono which was located on the ground floor of Hotel Gansevoort with access to indoor and outdoor space. If you’re not familiar with the hotel, it is known for its 45-foot outdoor rooftop pool and the rooftop bar. It is a very classy place that is about to take on an indie vibe. For all you tourists, Provocateur will give off a European-style thrills with a New York twist. What’s better than getting a little taste of home while serving up a massive vacation.
For all you New Yorkers, Provocateur is the new nightlife spot from Michael Satsky and Brian Gefter, who previously owned Stereo on West 28th Street. Page 6 reported last year that the two will be cooking up something new and here it is. Stereo was a hit until their lease was up and the duo decided to stir things up at a new location.
Don’t be fooled by the progressive music. Although, Provocateur will not have that ritzy New York vibe, it is said to be even more outrageous than Stereo once was.
This October, feel free to pay a visit to Provocateur and get ready to witness New York like you’ve never seen it before.