Uber Reveals the Top Nightlife Destinations in NYC

Uber released some interesting numbers regarding where NYC party people like to hang out. Here's a rundown of the highlights.
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Uber released some interesting numbers regarding where NYC party people like to hang out. Here's a rundown of the highlights.

Nothing like some analytics to give us an understanding of what is hot right now in NYC. Uber prices in the last few weeks have been down 15% and fellow New Yorkers have taken notice as Uber released last week's trip data. When looking at the list there are some obvious hotspots, but we found that six out fifteen of those destinations were some of the best places to get your dance on.

Here are the nightclub venues that Uber riders have been going to the most: 

Lavo | Midtown

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Ranking at #2 on the overall list was Lavo. I wouldn't say my favorite place, but for those who enjoy VIP treatment, Lavo has that upscale feeling. The club generally brings in talent in the realm of progressive house and trance. Check out their upcoming shows here.

Brooklyn Bowl | Williamsburg

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Landing at #4 overall is none other than the live music venue, The Brooklyn Bowl. It's definitely one of the most interesting and successful venues in Williamsburg. Bringing in showcases of various genres, you can enjoy a show in a very spacious dance area, whilst enjoying a deliciously brewed crisp beer while also knocking down some pins at the bowling alley. Check out their upcoming events here.

Baby’s All Right | Williamsburg

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One might not expect to see Baby's All Right so high on the list, featured at #5, although it definitely deserves the recognition. It's an intimate food joint with a big indie game going on. Their line up of shows is unique and laced with performances buffed with talent as well as quirkiness. Check out their calendar here

Output | Williamsburg

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Not surprisingly, Output comes in at #6 overall, and perhaps it should be ranked higher. It's easily one of the top dance clubs in NYC. Let's be real, if you want to hear good dance music on one of the best sound systems in the city, you have to come here. However, leave your phone in the car, cause NO PHOTOS ALLOWED! Check out Output's upcoming events here.

Marquee | Chelsea

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VIP focused club Marquee gets slotted in at #7. Not unlike, Lavo in style, Marquee owns its own by securing talent more in the realm of Deep and Tropical House with some EDM artists thrown into the mix. Review their event schedule here.

Good Room | Greenpoint

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Nothing gives me greater pleasure than seeing the Good Room make it on this list. At #13, Good Room has made a significant comeback from its previous title as local Polish club, Europa. Differentiating themselves from the more popular Williamsburg venues, Good Room brings in some serious underground talent. Did I mention, giant DISCOBALL?! Check out their events here.

I find it pretty amazing that out of the top visited nightclubs last week, the majority of the venues listed are reputable establishments who pride themselves on bringing some of the most noteworthy talents to NYC and Brooklyn. It also tickles the cockles of my heart to know that four out of six are located in Brooklyn, cause we ain't fancy like that, no mo'!

Check out the full article, Top 15 Nightlife Destinations in NYC according to Uber.