Guide to Dancing in NYC – Part 2

Dance is a form of expression. Something your words can’t convey but your body speaks. Whether it’s at a big club or a small country bar, if the music is right, you will find yourself tapping your foot to the beat. For an evening, dedicate yourself to moving to the groove! If it helps, dancing is a great form of exercise too! The best way to leave behind a stressful week is to dance the worry away!

Who’s ready to do the Macarena?

Just get on a bus to New York City and dance like nobody’s watching at these amazing venues.

Here’s a guide to go dancing in New York City:

 

 

1. Where: House of Yes. If you’re always into funky apparel for your usual nights at clubs, you’ll love to show off your costume at House of Yes! You’ll find all sorts of crazily dressed folk here. From pink pixie wigs to extensive silk gowns. Be ready to be showered with glitter! Just stick to the theme of the night!

How to reach: 2 Wyckoff Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11237, USA

Music: Depends on the theme of the night!

2. Where: Good Room. This intimate dance-hall is where you want to go if the forever grinding crowd at the club is less than appealing to your eyes. The place is littered with stained glass, disco balls and a ram’s horn chandelier. You might just catch a live band playing a set here, on occasion.

How to reach: 98 Meserole Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11222, USA

Music: Disco tracks and occasional live bands.

3. Where: Friends and Lovers. Don’t know if you’re actually into that guy? Has it just been one date? Take him to Friends and Lovers and sort of know for sure. The place is low-key cool with two types of venues and cheap drinks. The strobing lights and thumping music is enough to make you want to let loose.

How to reach: 641 Classon Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11238, USA

Music: Old and new-school hip-hop, soul and the occasional indie act.

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