Staff stand by the entrance to welcome guests with a pencil and paper in hand.
New Year’s Eve is right around the corner and sure to be filled with drunk merrymakers is Makati’s Poblacion district. We spoke with residents about the good, the bad, and the ugly of living in the city’s hippest neighbourhood.
With a lot of dry erase boards, chopsticks for "wands," and no Butterbeer in sight, the event was essentially a Fyre Festival for muggles.
In the British-era railway colony of Jamalpur, there are hundreds of "final" parties every New Year's Eve, with all guns blazing—quite literally.
Even after attacks on nightclubs, a failed coup, and changes in regulations that threaten the existence of all but the most wealthy venues, groups of misfits are still finding places to dance in Turkey.
Nachopan is a one-woman pop-up bakery, and flyers for parties at Tokyo clubs list her food alongside the names of headlining DJs.
Why do people criticise the Goldy? We went to find out, armed with a list of reviews by anonymous internet whingers.
In 1980s Los Angeles, David Leventhal's robot was the life of the party.
I closed my bar on Brick Lane because legislators and the authorities have become obsessed with clamping down on "antisocial behavior."