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The Red Sox Left a $195K Tip After a World Series Party
At least Boston’s baseball team takes care of its servers.
Downtown Club Westway Is Closing For Good
The partying will stop on July 1.
Legendary Don Hill’s Set to Reopen As the Hills NYC
“Reset, rebuilt and refocused, The Hills NYC is here to bring back Don’s original vision of a legendary venue which showcases Rock and Roll icons and NY talent.”
Pink Elephant Files for Bankruptcy
“The neighborhood is evolving. It was just too soon to put Pink Elephant there.”
Ring of Cell-Phone Thieves Terrorizing New York Clubs
Another reason not to buy that obnoxious “Champagne” iPhone.
Introducing ‘TheSix,’ an All-Female Hospitality Company
Feminist bottle service!
California Club Requires Women to Wear Heels
“Exception will be made if injured.”
Manchester Megaclub Sankeys Moves to Open in Midtown After Three-Year Delay
The team behind the U.K. import will meet the community board tomorrow.
Atlantic City’s 40/40 Club Closed; Hurricane Sandy Isn’t to Blame
Jay-Z and partners had already decided to not renew the lease before the superstorm hit.
Bow and Finale Sued for Noise Violations
Neighbors are pissed.
Clubs Inconvenienced by Bloomberg’s Ban
Bad day for bottle-service bros.
Lavo Hostess Sues Club for Causing Hearing Loss
Say So Long to Arrow Swim Club
The exclusive swim club near the Piazza failed to reel in members.
In the Magazine
Where to Drink: The Discriminating Imbiber’s Handbook
Our critics’ picks as well as insider wisdom from bartenders, a bouncer, and even the city’s top Big Buck Hunter player.
Models and Bottles
A smoking speakeasy is unkindly outed.
If You Can’t Dance at Beatrice, Then Where?
Until now a list of Manhattan’s cabaret licenses hasn’t been available online, but we’ve acquired one so you can do the all-the-rage tektonik — legally!