The first time Eddie Murphy came into the club, he was only 18 and had a little too much attitude. A few days later, he apologized and we gave him a shot. Saturday Night Live soon followed and the rest is show biz history. Eddie in turn discovered Chris Rock at The Comic Strip one night. Rolling Stone magazine recently described Rock's career as "ballistic." Like so many acts, television Superstar Jerry Seinfeld worked for many years at the Comic Strip. Everybody called Seinfeld "Doctor Comedy" because there wasn't a bit Jerry couldn't fix. Paul Reiser was asked by a fellow Comic Strip performer to accompany him to a film audition. The Director asked Paul if he wanted to read for the part as well. He did and got the part! That film was "Diner" and it launched Paul's illustrious career.
Classy and decadent, TOUCH is unrivaled in the New York scene. Uniquely designed, the venue boasts over 15,000 square feet of dance space and chic lounges. A booming sound system coupled with extraordinary service raises TOUCH above all expectations.
M2 Ultralounge is The Premier Venue for Events, Entertainment, and Nightlife
Offering class, sophistication and ambiance to all guests.
Housed in a converted industrial factory is a unique and dynamic space ideal for any party,fundraiser, corporate meeting, holiday party, art opening, birthday, DJ dance party, showcase or event with 3 spaces available.
Directins Take 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, N, Q, R, Sor w train to times square. If you're arriving at Penn Station you can take the 1, 2, or 3. If you're arriving at grand central you can take the s to Times Square. Walk north 4 blocks to 163 w. 46th street and make a right.
7one8 Lounge, your area code to lounge & comfort.
A place of great service, food, hookah, drinks and relaxing music when you need it and upbeat beats when you crave it. It is the ultimate bliss where young professionals meet to exchange ideas opinions and enjoy the finer things in life.
DJ, Live Music, Lounge, Nightclub, Private Party Space.
A social club located at 25 Eighth Avenue in Brooklyn’s Park Slope neighborhood of New York City. The Club was founded in 1889 and has remained a private club since its founding. The magnificent Club House was designed by the famed New York architect Francis H. Kimball, who was inspired by a palace on Venice’s Grand Canal. The Club House was completed in 1891 and its Venetian gothic architecture, carved mahogany woodwork and beautiful stained glass windows remain its signature features.
Located at 61 Wythe Avenue in Williamsburg– redefines the entertainment experience for the 21st century. Centered around a 16-lane bowling alley, 600-capacity performance venue, and food by Blue Ribbon, Brooklyn Bowl stakes out expansive new territory, literally and conceptually, in the 23,000-square foot former Hecla Iron Works (1882), one block from the burgeoning waterfront.