Dubbed America's first nightclub, Webster Hall has a story that goes all the way back to the late 19th century. Once the epicenter for social and political movements, this historical landmark transformed into one of the world's most popular recording studios and live music venues. Nearly 130 years later, Webster Hall has become one of New York's most important nightlife destinations.
This massive space boasts three separate live performance venues, each with their own unique sense of style. The Grand Ballroom offers a giant dance floor energized by some of the biggest names in electronic dance music. The Marlin Room may be small, but it offers a fun and energetic vibe that goes perfectly with the sports bar setting. Although modest in size, The Studio offers an intimate room where just about anything can happen.
When not dancing to the top international DJs, guests can explore the nightclub's many secrets. For those looking for something a bit more personal, Webster Hall offers a wide assortment of VIP tables and the city's best bottle service. No matter if you're hoping to see or be seen, the ultimate night out starts at Webster Hall.