No. 8

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No. 8 No. 8 in New York City is a bustling gastro-lounge & celebrity hotspot. Check out Party Earth for reviews and more on this popular lounge in NYC. New York United States 40.742136 -74.003896
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Party Earth Review Replacing the notorious Bungalow 8 – an iconic club by nightlife impresario Amy Sacco where models and celebs could behave badly far from the public eye – No. 8 is an über-exclusive gastro-lounge that... ... read full review

  • Subway:

    A, C, E, L: 14th Street / 8th Avenue; 1: 18th Street / 7th Avenue

  • Phone:

    212-206-1096

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  • Hours:

    Café: Tu–F 6–10pm, Sa 8–10pm
    Late Night: Tu–Sa 11pm–4am
    Kitchen closes at 2am

  • Recommended as:

    • Night Spot

Party Earth No. 8 Review

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No. 8 in New York City is a bustling gastro-lounge & celebrity hotspot. Check out Party Earth for reviews and more on this popular lounge in NYC.

Replacing the notorious Bungalow 8 – an iconic club by nightlife impresario Amy Sacco where models and celebs could behave badly far from the public eye – No. 8 is an über-exclusive gastro-lounge that maintains a similar designation as “The No Tell Motel.”

Once through the might-as-well-be-Fort-Knox door, girls in skyscraping heels and guys in tailored blazers head to The Ballroom on the main floor, where flatbread pizzas and Kobe beef sliders are served until 2am to help fuel the night, and where a smattering of Bungalow’s old palm trees still flourish beside the luxe baroque paneling.

After enjoying some small plates, snazzy groups celebrate with champagne service at the five banquet tables, or sidle their pretty selves past the elevated tasting booth for a spot at the U-shaped bar, which is set beneath an enormous revolving chandelier and several custom art installations.

The in-crowd then heads upstairs to the REC Room, where more than eight thousand records fill the shelves above a large communal couch, and a booth near the second bar hosts DJs that spin until dawn.

Hidden behind a one-way mirror, a small private lounge provides even more opportunity to discreetly steam up the night until 4am.

No. 8 quickly earned a place among New York’s hotspots, with a door tighter than a fashionista’s Herve Leger dress and a no-camera policy to make sure nobody winds up in the tabloids.

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Tip from Adriana:

If your group is bigger than three, you’ll have a hard time getting past the doormen with even your brightest smile. Unless you’re a star, be sure to make reservations by email before you go.

  • Crowd

    Chelsea’s in-crowd, trendy executives and finance types letting loose, seasoned clubbers, and celebrities looking to party without the paparazzi, mostly early 20s to mid-30s.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Local DJs spin a mix of rock, EDM, and hip-hop nightly from 7pm to 4am depending on the night. Start time can be as late as 11pm.

    Nightly celebrity spotting and people-watching.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Small plates including tuna tartare, mango & barbeque shrimp, and beef sliders.

    Reservations accepted and highly recommended.

    21+ after 11pm.

    No photos.

  • Prices

    No cover charge before 11pm, but a very tough door. After 11pm, table minimum in Ball Room $200+/person, in Rec Room $300+/person. Small plates $10–$17.Beer $8, cocktails $16–$20, wine $12–$16+, champagne $20–$35/glass or $400–$3,500/bottle.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Dressy: guys in trendy sportswear, Paul Smith blazers, colorful button-downs, and rag & bone jeans. Girls in J Brand leather leggings, rag & bone jeans, Alexander Wang sweater dresses, thigh-high Kirkwoods, and snakeskin Brian Atwood pumps.

    No cut-off jeans, tank tops, shorts, or flip-flops.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Thursdays through Saturdays for the heaviest celeb crowd and dancing until 4am.

  • Close By

    Electric Room (335 West 16th Street) is another celebrity favorite with one of the most bustling Thursday nights in the city.

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