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Le Souk

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Mediterranean restaurant in the West Village.

On Sunday late night, there are burlesque shows for the hiphop/electro music hookah clubbers, with a rotating cast. Sets are typically at 12.30am/1.30am/2.30am

Nurse Bettie

Lower East Side bar with free shows on Wednesday and Thursday.

The show is in the back on a slightly raised stage. ┬áIf you’re not in the first few rows the show will be hard to see.

Go-go dancing before show and intermission.

Sid Gold’s Request Room

A nice bar in West Chelsea with a back room in the old Gotham comedy and show tradition.

$10 for the Peel Me a Glove Show (Every 4th Tuesday of the month), which features Grace Gotham as the host and a live pianist.

Performers will use the whole room while dancing, so grab a seat!

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The Delancey

In May of 2004, The Delancey opened its doors to a warm welcome from the lower east side. The three level club is home to a downstairs music venue, main level bar, and the only all weather rooftop garden of its kind peering out onto the Manhattan side of the Williamsburg Bridge.

The 3 floors of The Delancey can either accommodate their own individual events, or join together to become one big party.

Upon entering, guests are greeted by a long luxurious bar illuminated by a candlelit ceiling. Surrounding the bar are party spaces including a chandelier lined VIP room, elegant window room, and red velvet booths which are enveloped by silky drapes. These may be reserved on a nightly basis at no charge, and the space booked for each party is based on estimated number of guests in the party. Across from the bar sits a high standing booth where resident and guest DJs spin the night away, and you can rock out to your favorite music.

A quick walk up one of two rooftop staircases leads to a lush tropical open air oasis leaving behind the hustle and bustle of the city. The retractable roof allows for parties rain or shine, Summer or Winter, with another full service bar and cocktail atmosphere.

The Downstairs Performance Space is a full capacity live music venue equipped with private bar, DJ booth, backline, and state of the art light and sound system. The room accommodates a wide spectrum of events including local, national and international acts, DJs, and private parties.

The Slipper Room

Easily my favorite venue in New York City to see Burlesque.

Thursday to Saturday, $20 can get you four hours of Burlesque with two different line-ups performing two sets each.