Clubs in Harlem picks. Discover the best nightclubs and bars for dancing and partying the night away
If you like a great vibe and a nice international feel, Shrine’s the place to be on Adam Clayton Powell Blvd., between 133rd and 132nd Streets. The serve lunch and dinner, and cocktail like the Afro Trip or the Muslin Jew – add that with great music, spoken word acts you have a night to remember.
With a hat tipped to Harlem’s Renaissance, Ginny’s Supper Club is a modern reincarnation of the glamorous speakeasies and Harlem nights of the Twenties – an intimate lounge with a warm bourbon glow and an even warmer welcome. Kindled by the hottest live music, creative cocktails, soulful food, inclusive spirit and Harlem’s vibrant culture, Ginny’s is devoted to hosting nights out with a little bit of magic. And, that means style, culture and genuine down home fun for everyone.
Swing Dance Night, every Monday night at the Cotton Club, doors open at 8 pm for dinner (A’la carte menu). The band, a 13 piece swing & jazz band (Cotton Club Allstars) hit at 8:30 pm. They play three 50 minutes sets with 20 minutes off from 8:30 pm until 12 midnight. Price $25.00 music charge.
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