If you’re looking to escape reality and you don’t have enough money to fly yourself to Vegas, House of Yes should do the trick! I love the inclusive culture you feel at House of Yes, where everyone is encouraged to be their authentic selves on the dance floor. There are always incredible theatrics in the massive venue, it feels like you’re smack in the middle of a cirque du soleil performance. Iconic for a reason for the nyc party scene!
Are you in need of a blast and a fun night out in Bushwick West? If you live here, you probably know which place I am talking about. I recently had a night out with my friends. We had a combined date, and after dinner, my girl suggested going to this awesome nightclub. Well, I am not much of a late-night guy, but I thought, why not. So, she had a friend working there, and he got us in within. This place is called The House of Yes. It looked like a warehouse covered in arts of various kinds - mostly abstract. When I entered, I was astonished, for this place was one of a kind. Normally, you expect a lot of lightning and heavy drinking in a club. But here, the performers were great, not too much noise, and the music felt calming - not your regular kind of nightclub. So, how many of you have the pleasure of having some fun here? If you have a couples night out, you should visit here. I felt the best thing was the average prices - they won't break your bank.
House of Yes, 2 Wyckoff Ave, New York, New York 11237, United States
Sup Guys! Have you attended the most iconic party of the year in New York City? The locals of the Bushwick would know what I am talking about. Well, yes, it is the annual Bushwick collective party. The graffiti and street artists worldwide gather here to show their skills; there are drinks and music and all kinds of stuff. I had the pleasure a few years back. It was a fantastic colorful evening. I am not a very good artist, but I have dabbled a little in graffiti. The weather was nice and pleasant. A few of my college friends visited me, so we went there together. There was no fee to enter, so; it was a plus. I learned a lot of tricks and tips on that day. That party opened my eyes to a newer world of graffiti. It has evolved so much that you can draw using your household items. All you need to do is wake up that artist residing within you. [Not everybody has it, though] We also roamed around Nicholas Ave and Gardner Street to absorb more of that art. So, who among you love arts and graffiti? I would love to see your work.
The Bushwick Collective, Scott Ave., New York, New York 11237, United States
It was a lazy morning, and I was late for work. I required something strong to wake me up. Normally, I take a cup of coffee from the cafe across the street from my apartment. I thought of trying Suzy's for a change. I ordered an espresso, and when I took my first sip, it reminded me of my college days - we had an amazing coffee in our college canteen. I started coming here in the mornings and had breakfast a few times. The gathering is pretty good, and I also made a few morning "Hi" friends. The people in the neighborhood are pretty friendly, and if you live around here for a few years, you will start seeing the same people. I even remember the names of most of the people who I bump into. Do you live around here? What are your favorite morning spots? I personally love Lady Suzy Cafe for espresso, latte, or even iced coffee. Moreover, don't forget to try the English breakfast with Chay. I felt great; I think you will too. The best part is you get to meet people with excellent tastes.
Lazy Suzy Cafe & Shop, 703 Hart Street, New York, New York 11221, United States