Expect to join New York's Cuban community in spontaneous dancing at this lively celebration of pre-revolutionary Cuban food (suckling pig, ropa vieja), music art and la dulce vida (the sweet life); mojitos and flights of artisanal rum fuel the festivities. Live music from T-Su. L & D (daily). $$
Formerly the Canal Room, this newly opened club boasts a large dance floor, tiered lounge areas and nitrogen-frozen popcorn. Expect house music, glowing chandeliers that alternate through the color spectrum, cocktails garnished with gummy candy, lots of tequila drinks and bottle service. Call for hours.
The chic Theater District aerie serves location-appropriate libations, such as the Cloudtini made with Grey Goose vodka, St-Germain and lychee. Bar-bites include crudité, charcuterie and small plates (smoked salmon, beef carpaccio). M-Tu 4-11 pm, W-Th 4 pm-12:30 am, F-Sa 4 pm-1:30 am, Su noon-3 pm, 4-11 pm. $$