Vodka Soda and Bottoms Up. Grab a cheap happy hour special and sit back in the couches; you're certain to make new friends. The floors are sticky, drinks are cheap, and events are almost nightly, including Drag Race viewing partiesdrag bingo, and holiday drinking events. All Things to Do. Rich with the history of Stonewall, a lively LGBT community and the fabulosity of being the city that never sleeps, New York is so full of options it can be overwhelming. Good for Big Groups.
There's no official dance floor, but don't be surprised to find yourself moving to disco, rock, new wave and whatever else the DJ feels like spinning.
There are no pins in your viewport. East Village 2. Pier
Late-night dancing on a quiet Brooklyn street Manhattan may dominate the queer nightclub scene, but The Rosemont proves that some experiences are worth ditching the island for.