48 "Dancing" restaurants in New York.
All Night Skate by the Chauncey J train stop in Bed-Stuy will steal anyone’s heart who is fond of nostalgia, neon, and strong Painkillers.
This Caribbean rooftop spot in the South Bronx has live salsa, palm trees and chandeliers, and a booth made from the back of an old-school Chevy.
La Fonda Boricua has been a staple of the Puerto Rican community in East Harlem since the 1990s, and they make some fantastic shrimp mofongo.
Heaven or Las Vegas is a bar in Bushwick with a dance floor, lots of neon, and a bunch of stuffed animals hanging from the ceiling.
When you want to feel like an undergrad and watch sports on the Upper East Side, head to The Stumble Inn.
Public Records is a restaurant/bar with a music venue in Gowanus. If you want to listen to some vinyl and have a good cocktail, it’s a great option.
HaSalon is a party restaurant in Hell’s Kitchen where you can dance on tables after eating enjoyable but very expensive Israeli food.
Puglia offers a $49 prix-fixe that includes bottomless beer and wine, which makes this Italian spot in Little Italy a fun option for group dinners.
Sammy’s Roumanian is a Jewish/Eastern European spot on the Lower East Side that’s a fun place to celebrate a birthday.
Corner Social is a popular neighborhood bar in Harlem where you can grab a full meal or just hang out, drink, and meet some people.
Avant Gardner is a large event space in Bushwick that hosts some of the best parties and events in Brooklyn.
Le Bain is a rooftop bar above The Standard High Line with a big dance floor and fun DJ sets.
Three Dollar Bill is a gay bar in East Williamsburg with a large dance floor and back patio.
Tao is a huge restaurant and nightclub in Chelsea with drinks and food that are pretty good, but extremely expensive.