behind the ropes

Meatpacking District, 10014


CiNYC takes you inside the Meatpacking District, the 24-hour neighborhood with 20 square blocks of some of the most fashionable restaurants and bars in town. Bordered on the north by Chelsea Market and Gansevoort Street to the south, the former Gansevoort Meat Center now has designers, fashionistas, and stylists dining, dancing and shopping alongside actual meatpacking plants.

If you take dancing seriously, Cielo is the place for you to shake your groove thang. This award-winning club on Little West 12th Street is a state-of-the-art space built around a sunken dance floor, making the most of the very best in electronic music. For breathtaking views, delightful cocktails, and even a toasty dip, the heated rooftop pool at the Hotel Gansevoort is open every day of the year. A little bit of everything can be found at ONE, an enclave of several small lounges that flow seamlessly into one another. Dine on Tuna Tartare, Australian Rack of Lamb, or Ravioli of Wild Mushrooms and Lemon Grass Cream – then sip champagne and dance to the DJ’s fresh tunes. Come Behind the Ropes and pack it all in.

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1 Comment

  • By mike – 10-13-08 at 1:08 pm

    Haha
    “What’s unique about One”

    I’ve been wondering that for years

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behind the ropes

Meatpacking District, 10014

CiNYC takes you inside the Meatpacking District, the 24-hour neighborhood with 20 square blocks of some of the most fashionable restaurants and bars in town.

The Slipper Room

In a culture where half-naked women are splashed on the covers of magazines and teenage beach bums bare (almost) all on MTV, the suggestive moves and short reveals of burlesque can seem tame on the surface.

Cielo

One of the last clubs dedicated to dancing, the Meat Packing District’s Cielo packs a crowd every night of the week.