Tuesday, November 6, 2007

Nightlife News for November 6, 2007


Nightlife News for November 6th, 2007

The Economics of Bottle Service (Pascale Le Draoulec- Forbes)
A nightclub has a clear social hierarchy. There are people who get to sit down and have drinks delivered to them. Everyone else has to fight their way to the bar and stand up. What’s the difference? We call it bottle service.

NYN to Launch New Feature: (Gamal Hennessy- New York Nights)
geography of New York’s club scene changes on a weekly basis. Established spots close, new spots open, names change. How can you keep up with it all and make sure you don’t walk up to your favorite spot only to find out it’s been closed by the Department of Health?

Possible Landmark Status for Webster Hall? (Jennifer Lee- New York Times)
While some nightclubs run out of money in the first year and others are closed by
quality of life concerns and police raids, Webster Hall is on the verge of becoming a New York City landmark.

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