44 "Dancing" restaurants in New York.
HaSalon is a party restaurant in Hell’s Kitchen where you can dance on tables after eating enjoyable but very expensive Israeli food.
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.
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.
Ponyboy is a restaurant/bar in Greenpoint, and it’s where you go when it’s after 10pm and you’re looking for a place to dance.
House Of Yes is a club in Bushwick with live music, performances, and theme parties.
Call Box Lounge is a dark, cash-only bar in East Williamsburg that’s a fun place to go with a group when you want to dance.
Footprints Cafe is a Caribbean spot a block off the beach in Coney Island.
Place To Beach is a counter-service spot in Coney Island with a full service backyard that turns into a party at night.