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Has anyone here had any experience with NYC nightlife?

 

I've been to some killer house parties on long island, but aside from a bar near Times Square, i never had time to sample the nightlife.

 

In a few weeks, my gf and I are going, and we want a different venue every night :)

 

Also, a rooftop terrasse would be killer. Are there any in NYC, similar to Terrasse Magnétic, but on a 70-storey building instead of 20 storeys? :)

 

What do you guys recommend!

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rooftop terrace i know of a good one... best roof-top bars ;) you can thank me later.

 

if you want an interesting experience go to Pacha (it reminded me of Dome) :/ but its on 3-4 floors which is interesting... the main dance floor is in the "basement of sorts" and the top floor is hip-hop.

 

when u going to ny... im going august 1st to 6th.

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Thanks jesseps!!

 

I'll be there late july until august 3rd! Haha, maybe we can meet up? You driving, flying or taking the bus/train?

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^^

 

He's going with that girl that he likes :P Remember you being all love doctor giving him advices? Maybe you can do a couple's night out, and when the girls go to the bathroom, you give him some tips on what he should do and whatnot ;)

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Thanks jesseps!!

 

I'll be there late july until august 3rd! Haha, maybe we can meet up? You driving, flying or taking the bus/train?

 

taking the bus.

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If i were you i'd check out Amsterdam Avenue in the 80's. Anything between 79th street and 89th street. You,ll find alot of bars there!

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Pour Cataclaw et Jessep, si vous n'avez jamais pris le bus de Montréal pour aller à New York, j'ai un conseil pour vous... arrivez-vous à la station très très très en avance avant le départ, il y a toujours une méga file d'attente.

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Pour Cataclaw et Jessep, si vous n'avez jamais pris le bus de Montréal pour aller à New York, j'ai un conseil pour vous... arrivez-vous à la station très très très en avance avant le départ, il y a toujours une méga file d'attente.

 

Thanks for that info.

 

Whats early? An hour?

 

I paid... hmmm $139 US I think. Seeing Greyhound US had better bus times then the Canadian site for some odd reason.

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