Located in New York City 's famous East Village , Webster Hall has 4 floors of dynamic entertainment space, performance stages, dance floors and luxurious lounges housed within one of New York 's most historic and beautiful buildings. Webster Hall is open as a nightclub every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night. Possessing the forefront of advanced lighting and sound technology, Webster Hall is proud to host the most talented DJ's and freshest electronic artists on the planet. With a street practically dedicated to Webster Hall traffic every weekend; it's easy to spot the gateway to the ultimate ongoing dance party in New York City.
Eats & Drinks
Since Webster Hall is intimidatingly big, the venue offers its guests an enormous full bar. So, whether you're near the stage or on the dance floor, you can mosey on up for a cocktail and then get back to rockin' out!
The sweeping grand foyer that one finds upon entering Webster Hall leads to a myriad of mirrored doors and flowing stairways that go to the different rooms in this multi-dimensional playscape for adults. Each of Webster Hall's six dancefloors has its own unique character and blend of NYC's hottest sounds. With stilt-walkers, trapeze artists, tarot readers, fire breathers, go-go girls and other spectacles sprinkled throughout, Webster Hall truly is a partygoer's paradise.
Today the world's most famous names in music and performance are seen written on the classic marquee that crowns Webster Hall's elegant and theatrical entrance. Webster Hall's stage is known worldwide, and bands like The Killers, Dispatch and Broken Social Scene frequently play Webster Hall after a show at Madison Square Garden the previous night in order to gain a more personal and distinct experience with their audience.
Formerly the Ritz (and before that, a historical ballroom), this huge club with six separate lounges is a mainstay on the dance scene. Everyone has an opinion on Webster Hall -- some love it, some hate it. But if you're looking to show someone a slice of classic over-the-top NYC nightlife, you can't go wrong. The vintage theater look, with its winding staircases and multiple rooms, is rivaled only by Avalon for the so-old-it's-new-again feel, and the college age crowd covers all the bases, not just the "pretty people." Webster Hall also hosts loads of themed nights and rock shows.