The Most Turnt Up Restaurants in NYC

The Most Turnt Up Restaurants in NYC

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These are places to escape into a scene that simply can't be faked by pretenders to the party throne.

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    Mezcal makes a party, and it’s the star of the show at this LES Mexican cultural center/bar/restaurant, where a night out might include live music, a packed dance floor, a film screening, a burlesque show, a stand-up comedy act, etc.
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    Just don’t go showing up on a weekday; Ginny’s is open Thursday through Saturday evenings, as well as on Sundays for brunch only.
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    Bonus - Eating there is also the only way you can score free parking in that area, because there is no parking whatsoever for 10 blocks.
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    People who think the Upper West Side only caters to Columbia schools dorks and old-timers don't know about the neighborhood's secret weapon: Hispanic-Chinese diners.
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    On Fridays and Saturdays, lively expats congregate to feast and party like their back in the motherland.
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    Pio Pio’s Queens outpost puts the noise level up to 11 on Wednesday nights, when Grupo Huayno plays from 9-11pm. Order the signature roasted chicken, of course, as well as the salchipapa—a big ol' plate of slice frankfurters and french fries.
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    There’s still time to enjoy what is one of Cávo’s most unique—and enjoyable—assets: an enormous outdoor patio where the ouzo flows until the wee hours, and not one but two 20-foot waterfalls make it feel as if you’re not in Queens anymore.
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    Miss Lily’s is one of the few downtown cool-kid spots that makes good on its promise of delivering great food in a genuinely convivial atmosphere.
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    Five years after the fashion goddess’ snub, Sammy’s Roumanian is still often remembered as the place where Anna Wintour declined to join in a conga line.
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    Everyone dances at their tables, and it's a whole lot more awesome than when Williamsburg small-plates joints play Biggie.
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    Save yourself the headache of wading through the vast menu and opt instead for the Tatiana Banquet, where $70 (on Fridays and Sundays, $100 on Saturdays) buys you a three-course meal of traditional Russian fare plus a bottle of vodka.
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    The look is bright and festive, which is a perfect complement to the restaurant’s live samba brunches (Saturdays from 2pm-6pm) and forró dance parties (Sundays beginning at 4pm), where anything can—and usually does—happen.
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