29 West 36th Street
New York, NY 10018
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Danny Tenaglia fans, you're in luck! The Grammy nominated producer is coming to none other than District 36 on Saturday, October 22nd. Danny will be spinning his bold, internationally recognized beats within a 14,000 square foot systemized sound space - the nightclub heart of the Garment District. Step inside District 36 today, it's almost impossible to believe this chic and gorgeous dance club was once a clothing factory. The transformation is epic, a true work of art that manages to be beautiful while maintaining simplicity.
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Groove back in time to all your beloved classics this weekend at District 36 with taste re-maker Jonathan Peters, who is ready and waiting to bring those old hits back to the future this Friday, September 23rd, and Saturday, September 24th. Friday, or Side A, will feature all the greatest hits while Saturday, or Side B, will have all your alternative favorites. Imagine entering, whether dressed in your 80s gear or usual sequined club wear, into the gorgeous 14,000 sq ft dance floor of District 36. Crystal strands, like diamond water drops falling, hang from the ceiling along with fun stars, poised as if ready to drop to the floor for a giant game of Jacks. The bar, untouched by the constant color change of blue, pink, and green, is simple yet elegant with Deco chandeliers lined above the sleek black granite countertop.
The legend of the Jersey Shore cast just keeps on growing. Wednesday night I was able to attend the YRB Magazine party over at District 36 in midtown west. The party was to celebrate the magazines recent cover which included Snooki, Deena, and Sammi. (JWow too cool???)
If you were able to snag a wrist band at the door, vodka drinks were on the house all night. What would a Jersey Shore party be without plenty of alcohol. To say that the bartenders were being generous that night would be an understatement. I think my drinks were 9/10th's vodka and 1/10th whatever else they felt like adding to it. Adding to the nights festivities was the $30 tattoo parlor special happening in the downstairs area of the club. Two chairs were set up with artists, ready to factor into what most likely was a huge morning regret for whatever drunkard wandered down there and decided on a whim to get some ink. I myself had to be talked out of getting one by the end of the night, so a special thank you to that sober friend. Without her I would have most likely woken up with Snooki written across my chest. Spinning at the club was DJ Brian (I prefer a more compelling name for my DJs), Roxy Cottontail, and DJ Toro (like that!).