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A Guide to Trendy NYC Bars & Popular SOHO Nightlife Hotspots

About 11 month(s) ago by MediaConnect
A Guide to Trendy NYC Bars & Popular SOHO Nightlife Hotspots

Today’s Hottest NYC Bars & SOHO Nightlife

Everyone knows Manhattan is the place to see and be seen, seething with art, impeccable style, world culture, and over eight million people looking to have an unforgettable time, especially once the sun goes down. That said, all the hottest bars and nightclubs in NYC are within minutes of the city’s most fashionable neighborhood – our hotel’s very own home of SOHO. Offering guests the utmost in elegant convenience, you won’t even have to leave our doors to start your evening on a deliciously sophisticated note, savoring fine food and cocktails at our urban restaurant and lounge.


NOMO Kitchen + Library

Serving imaginative contemporary American cuisine, the seasonal menu at NOMO Kitchen features delights like a Truffle Flat Bread, house-made pasta, and Wagyu steak. After dinner, sip a handcrafted cocktail or few in the sharp space of our Library lounge (The Sweet Potato Bourbon Smash and rosemary infused Del Mare are absolute musts), before heading out to local hotspots like:


Happiest Hour

121 West 10th Street

This classy West Village bar is on the tip of everyone’s tongue. A great place to follow NOMO Library or end your night, the artwork drinks have been featured in Bon Appetit, Playboy, and The New York Times, each available with one of three carefully paired spirits. The jalapeño tequila Link Ray, and the Gibson with house-pickled onion are both legendary.


Santos Party House

96 Lafayette Street

Underground DJs conjure a late-night party scene in this two-floor space, rife with house, hip-hop, disco, funk, soul, or metal beats, depending on the night.


Comedy Cellar

117 MacDougal

You never know when you might catch Louis CK or Dave Chappelle in a surprise set at this treasured stand-up mainstay.


City Winery

155 Varick Street

NYC’s only real winery doubles as an intimate concert space, great for quiet nights or a laid-back break.

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