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The Best Night Life in New York City

The StarTripper Journal presents the best night life New York City, both Night Clubs, disco and other - the Club Guide.

Our team in New York City are native born Americans. They love to travel, they love America and they love to introduce you to the best nightlife.

New York City, alive with energy and rich in diversity, a dynamic mix of imagination, talent and first-class attractions that makes it the top world-class city. After the quiet early evening hours, the streets get very busy at night. Pull out your dancin' shoes and dance the night away at one of the many top-rated clubs.

If you just want to find a soft comfy place to sit, drink, and listen to music, there are plenty of wonderful places.

New York City is the "hub" of the Jazz World. All the greats made their names here, and young up-and-comers flock to the city for the chance to prove themselves.

Virtually every band that steps foot in the United States plays some dates in New York City and the City's rock clubs have a history of discovering and showcasing new artists.

The StarTripper Journal presents the New York City Club Guide:

Picture The Good Room was bilt by music lovers for music lovers by nichtclub veterans. The space fuses the traditional Greenpoint bar scene with club vibe.

The Good Room is a few rooms, designed with the DJs in mind. The main one has a perfectly placed booth, solid sound system, an expansive dance floor and a small stage for performances.

Month to month Good Room has parties with residents Kim Ann Foxman, Martyn, Quantic, Octo Octa, Steve Mizek & Savile, Willie Burns and Justin Strauss & Billy Caldwell.

Good Room prides itself on being an open and inclusive space with plenty of room to dance and a D&B Audiotechnik sound system by Oxygen Eventworks.

98 Meserole Avenue
Picture Opened in 1981, the Blue Note is arguably the world's most popular jazz club.

Jazz is undoubtedly America's music, and while Blue Note strives to preserve the history of jazz, the club is a place where progression and innovation - the foundations of jazz - are encouraged and practiced on a nightly basis.

After 30 years of success, Blue Note continues to carry the torch for jazz into the 21st century in the cultural heart of New York, Greenwich Village. World renown talent take the stage for six day runs, with Mondays usually reserved for excellent local talent.

At Blue Note you can see the world's finest jazz musicians in a close, comfortable setting.

131 West 3rd Street
Picture A wonderful performance fuelled night club and creative venue programmed with fabulous dance parties.

House of Yes says: We have created this space as a temple of expression dedicated to connection, creativity and celebrating life. We believe in the creative energy of every person who enters this space. We believe that performance, dance and art can inspire and heal us. We believe the world can be a better place. We believe that weird is wonderful. See you on the dance floor.

The sounds range from disco, funk, soul to R&B.

2 Wyckoff Avenue
Picture The Electric Room is located on the lower level of Dream Downtown. The room has a distinct cool Britannia feel with sofas featuring the Union Jack Flag.

Custom back-painted antique mirrors by artist Chris Stain adorn the banquette wall, as well as photography and artwork by Sante D'Orazio and Marilyn Minter, while two gothic-inspired chandeliers provide intimate lighting.

The intimate room accommodates approximately 100 people and features a full bar servicing high-end spirits and speciality cocktails.

Very fun spot, awesome crowd, nice decor and excellent music.

355 West 16th Street
Picture C’mon Everybody is a friendly neighborhood bar, lounge, gallery, and live arts space in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn. With a nod to 1970’s New York City, C’mon Everybody creates an environment where all walks of life can co-exist as one, united by the power of Music & Art.

This Brooklyn lounge puts its sizeable performance space to a diverse number of uses: the calendar of live music and DJ sets ranges from groovy funk combos to blippy synth-pop acts and burlesque nights.

C'mon Everybody hold the artist, and artistic evolution, in high regard – with the intention of assisting in the development of stage show and live performances.

Regardless of what you stumble upon, though, you’ll find plenty of dance space available for showcasing your latest moves.

325 Franklin Avenue

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