Built in the s as a horse stable, the building has been completely remodeled utilizing the beauty of the old industrial architecture and incorporating complimentary modern elements to create an ambience that currently does not exist in any NYC venue. A large horseshoe balcony overlooks the main floor providing excellent site-lines of the 34 foot wide stage. Several elevated VIP areas are located on both floors and a state of the art Sound, Lighting and Video system will ensure an experience like none other.
Music-loving teens in New York City are in luck. Yet, not everything is open to the under crowd. Many shows, especially if held at a bar, and a number of clubs, ban those under the legal drinking age of
It's 10 o'clock. Do you know where your children are? Kids as young as 16 can get into some of the hot spots listed below, at least on certain nights.
Hours after the teen's drunken story fall from the ledge of a midtown apartment, it was business as usual at Tenjune and other tony nightspots: long lines, short skirts and minor disruptions. There was a crackdown on phony IDs, although crafty underage drinkers still slipped through. Coke dealers peddled their poison on Little W. And the tragic teen's name was on the lips and in the minds of many on both sides of the velvet ropes.
Unfortuantely, there aren't any teen dance clubs. There aren't that many places in the city for dancing in general, and the one teen dance club we had Crush closed some time ago. Here's a list of things to do for the under set, but as you can see, the options are even more limited for those under
Being under 21 in New York City can feel pretty limiting when you want to party. While your older friends can hang out to the early morning hours at bars and concert halls, your age may hold you back. Luckily, there are ways to still have fun which don't involve a fake ID.
Teens who want to dance through the night or at least until curfew can do so in style in Queens, New York. Although many nightclubs located in the easternmost borough of New York City cater to those who are 21 and over, some clubs do welcome young people who are at least When going to a night club, try to arrive and leave with friends.
The Met is the place to be for teens. Check out classes, workshops, and special events designed especially for teens to develop their skills, and connect with art, ideas, and other young people. Program times and topics vary. Grab your friends and take over The Met for the night.
There is a dance club in New York where the coolest patrons arrive on stretch skateboards, not in stretch limousines; where the Beatles are considered fresh, and where there is never a wait at the bar. Each of the last six Thursday nights, the Saint at Second Avenue Sixth Street has been transformed by a committee of ambitious teen-agers into a club heaven for the ''Just Say No'' generation. On these nights and Thursdays to comethe noes are something new in clubs: no sex, no liquor.