Studio 54

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INFO Notorious for being “the most famous club of all time,” Studio 54 located in Manhattan, New York, has a history as infamous as the city itself. Opened by Ian Schrager and Steve Rubell, as a club during the peak of the... ... read more

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Notorious for being “the most famous club of all time,” Studio 54 located in Manhattan, New York, has a history as infamous as the city itself. Opened by Ian Schrager and Steve Rubell, as a club during the peak of the disco days in 1977, Studio 54 revolutionized nightlife with its multidimensional entertainment including moveable stages and lighting shows, which created a dynamic space for party goers.

Throughout its existence, the club was consistently known for its über A-list guests. Celebrities spotted at Studio 54 included Andy Warhol, Diana Ross, Calvin Klein, Brooke Shields, and Madonna. The space ceased to exist as a nightclub in 1993 and currently houses the Roundabout Theater, although the upstairs does occasionally host nightclub events on nights when the theater is inactive. Since Studio 54's closure, its name has become synonymous with over the top disco parties and music, and in 2011 Sirius Radio hosted a "One Night Only Party" in the original space recreating the club as it was in its heyday in order to launch their namesake radio station.

Studio 54 User Reviews

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Nostalgic, decent, over
Chris K. Nov 30, 2012
These days, Studio 54 rests on the laurels of its history, back when Bowie and Jagger could make out in the basement and a giant crescent moon with coke going up its nose hung from the ceiling. These days, Studio 54 is a club, like any other; in facet, compared to some of the city's more intense dance parlors like Pacha, its kind of a lame and unimpressive club, more on par with the private club room of some larger bar or venue. Don't get me wrong, if you want to get a bottle of something and dance around with friends, by all means have at it. But for the kind of experience that Studio 54 USED to provide, there are plenty of other places around the city more suited to your desires.
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