Mike F.

Mike F.

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  • The Delancey

    New York
    Bar / Club / Live Music Venue / Rooftop Lounge
    The Delancey - Bar | Club | Live Music Venue | Rooftop Lounge in New York.
    Feb 20, 2013 The Delancey - Three Ways to Party "The Delancey, referred to as, "The DL," is one of the city's many great spots. New York City, one of the meccas of nightlife, has a very competitive club/bar scene. Fortunately, "The DL" covers all aspects of entertainment. From the outside it has a very modern appearance (LA feeling). Once inside you immediately realize it is a very unique place. The downstairs hosts the restaurant; high tops, large leather booths, and an elegant bar. If you're seeking something a little loungeier, head upstairs to the second floor. This floor, also known as, "The Red Room," hosts an open setting. There are couches and booths to sit in, however, this is generally an area of dancing and live music. The Red Room is a great floor to drink and dance, but it gets very crowded. You should be prepared to get exceptionally close to strangers and possibly make some new friends. If the second floor doesn't seem to be your scene then the third floor should have something to offer you. The final floor of "The DL" is home to an open-air rooftop deck. Palm Trees, patio furniture, and a beautiful outdoor bar transport you to South Beach. When on the top deck you might forget you're in New York City (weather pending). It is a relaxed atmosphere with great views and a club feel. This top floor is a great spot to grab a drink, listen to some music, and enjoy your surroundings. The multiple floors of "The DL" create a very diverse crowd. Despite being referred to as a hipster spot, the Delancey brings in various types of people looking to have a great night in the city. Whether you're going out with friends or trying to meet some new people, "The DL" is a great place to begin and/or end your night. http://www.thedl-nyc.com/ " hide
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  • Paradise Rock Club and Lounge

    Boston
    Bar / Club / Music Venue
    Paradise Rock Club and Lounge - Bar | Club | Music Venue in Boston.
    Feb 20, 2013 Boston's Best - Intimacy at its finest. "The Paradise Rock Club is one of Boston's finest concert venues. Although it is not one of the largest concert venues in the area it hosts some of the best local and national artists. The Paradise embodies what a small concert venue should be. From the signage on the front of the building to the interior design you're immediately transported into a musical state of mind. Like many other venues in Boston it is wise to arrive early in order to find a good spot to watch the show. Once posted up be prepared to enjoy a great night of music no matter who is playing. The club has great acoustics and there isn't really a bad spot to listen to the show from. The downstairs is a wide-open floor with various areas to get drinks. If you'd prefer an upper level experience, there is a balcony that also wraps around the back of the club. The only downside to the club is several columns throughout the structure. These columns can occasionally put a damper on the visual experience; however, have no impact on your auditory enjoyment. Due to the smaller size of the club and the ability to remain close to the performer creates an unparalleled front row ambiance. It is an unbelievable venue to see any genre of music and will bring you to your own musical paradise." hide
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  • Howl at the Moon

    Boston
    Bar / Piano Bar / Restaurant
    Howl at the Moon - Bar | Piano Bar | Restaurant in Boston.
    Feb 20, 2013 Birthdays, Bachelorette, and Buckets of Booze. "The cold New England weather doesn't keep Boston’s best away from Howl at the Moon. Despite being notorious for a never ending line and a cover charge, Howl at the Moon continues to be one of city’s most entertaining bars. Setting the night off on the right foot, try to arrive at the bar around 8:30 to avoid waiting outside in the cold. There is an unfortunate $10 cover charge, however, consider it a ticket to entertainment: an investment of enjoyment. Once inside, let the party begin. Although the bar is generally crowded, there is never an issue getting a drink. If you have a tendency to be impatient and hate going back to the bar there is a bucket of booze option. There are a variety of options for this ultimate cocktail, best split with friends, unless you're really trying to party hard. While consuming an endless supply of drinks be prepared for an interesting crowd to surround you. Howl at the Moon tends to be a hot spot for bachelorette parties, birthday parties, and other celebrations. The age limit for the tiaras and sashes generally doesn't exceed 30 years old, although anything is possible at this bar. The real entertainment is the band. Despite it's claims to be a dueling piano bar it is more of a glorified cover band. That being said, it is the Beatles of cover bands. Every song is flawlessly played and may as well be its own mini concert. If the music isn't for you upstairs you can head downstairs to a small club venue. It can be fun as well if you want to escape the regular bar scene and add a little more flavor to your night. An underrated and often overlooked part of the bar is its food. It is standard bar food (Pizza, Wings, Burgers) and everything on the menu tastes great, especially after a couple drinks. If you're ready to party and have a great night then definitely check this bar out. You might just be Howling at the Moon by the end of the night. http://www.howlatthemoon.com/locations/location-boston " hide
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