Le Bain is the rooftop bar of The Standard, a hotel in the Meatpacking District where you might run into someone you recognize from Bravo before being puked on by someone who watches a lot of Bravo. It hosts a gay dance party called Paradisco almost every Sunday (from 3 to 9pm) during winter and spring. The DJ sets are full of consistently excellent dance tracks, and they cover the pool with some miraculous dance-grade flooring for extra space. The drinks are on the more expensive end here, so we’d recommend boozing a little beforehand. You should also come early, because the line can wrap around the block after the free Tito’s hour is over at The Rusty Knot.
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