History Of New York Date Spots
New York has a nightlife that has exceeded itself in almost every way. Since it's hayday in the roaring 20s, the rise and fall of Tin Pan Alley, Studio 54, The Club Kids, to present day, New York has been the pinnacle of the best nightlife around. New York City is the center of the universe and there is a good reason for it.
In the 1920s, New York thought all hope was lost when prohibition was set in place. However, that feeling didn't last long when speakeasies and saloons became quite popular and the New York nightlife was born. Around the same time there was a street that used to be known as Tin Pan Alley. The people who lived and partied were the ones who also wrote some of the most classic of musicals from Broadway. If you were so lucky to have been around during this time, you would've heard Rhapsody In Blue play through the windows.
In the 1970s, we got introduced to the elite world of celebrities with Studio 54. Every amazing story you heard about the party scene in New York, you will hear a story from this bar. Whether it was that on New Years Eve they dropped tons of glitter on the crowd or when Bianca Jagger rode into the club on a white horse, wearing nothing but gold glitter. This was the place to be. The only way to get in was to get the attention of the owner who picked and chose every single person who got let in. This was the only club to ever do that.
By the 1990's, The Club Kids were taking over. A movement of art and drugs and obscure fashion. They loved to party and they were a collective all in their own. While they might not have had Bette Milder or Mick Jagger who frequented Studio 54; they did however, have Patricia Fields and RuPaul.
Nowadays, the social scene around New York includes anyone and everyone. If you want a wild ride with the punk rockers, check out Clockwork NYC. If you want something a little more classy, you can hit up PDT. If you want laid back, why not give Beleman's a try? There is something here for everyone. You could be making history right now, so why are you still reading this? Get yourself a date.