Meet other local South Asians (and lovers of South Asian culture) for networking and socializing.
As South Asian organizers, we try to host small South Asian events at local Manhattan clubs or at members' houses. We also do larger international (not just South Asian) parties with several other international groups.
NYC is the crossroads of the world, so join us at New York's best rooftop lounge, 230 Fifth, as we pay tribute to New York's diversity at our International Dance Party, featuring top dance music from around the world!
To make for a large, diverse & exciting party, All my groups are invited to this event, but to make it easier to find the other members of this group, "The New York South Asian Social Group" will have it's own table, Just look for the map of South East Asia!
Of course, you are free to go anywhere in the club at any time to dance, drink & mingle with ALL our guests, but this will give you a meeting place exclusively for the members of this group!
$6 draft beer!
$7 red & white wine!
$8 well drinks!
*Dancing to great international dance tunes with DJ Vinnie Campisi
Date: Friday, January, 18th from 6-11PM.
Location: 230 FIFTH (west side of Fifth Avenue between 26th & 27th Streets)
The enclosed Penthouse Lounge at 230 FIFTH
The supersized and luxurious enclosed Penthouse Lounge is surrounded by floor to ceiling windows with breathtaking panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline.
The Rooftop Garden at 230 FIFTH
The Rooftop Garden is a hot-spot in the summer and a not-to-be-missed winter experience with its heated outdoor Rooftop Garden and legendary hooded red fleece robes which are given to guests upon their arrival.
Since 230 FIFTH's opening in May of 2006:
* Voted #1 by the Editors of CitySearch for Best New Bars/Lounges in New York City
* Voted #2 Best New Bar/Lounge in the United States by CitySearch
* Voted #1 thing "To Do" in New York by Spur, Japan's leading fashion magazine
The Food at 230 FIFTH
Besides offering a full bar, 230 Fifth also offers a full kitchen menu (serving food from 4 PM – Midnight), created by renowned chef John Benedetti who has been featured numerous times in The New York Times Dining Out section.
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See you there!