House Music is Back in NYC!

November 6, 2020 -

Daily Beat Staff

Next Thursday, November 12th you can be sitting in a speakeasy in Manhattan listening to live house music. That’s right we are back baby and going strong with very strict Covid rules for compliance.

The venue is the speakeasy VNYL that stands for Vintage New York Lifestyle and is located secretly behind a record store in the East Village. VNYL is a very classy joint with a 1970’s motif and excellent food and drinks. The menu includes sliders such as Smoked Bahn Mia, Country Fried Chicken, and the classic Pulled Pork. Vegetarians can rejoice because each menu item can substitute the protein with smoked jackfruit.

To keep New Yorkers safe the event will have a strict 25% of full capacity in place, temp checks at the door, masks required when not seated, contact tracing, six feet of social distancing between tables, and a sanitization station.

These performing DJs are the best in the business. Devon James and Charles Meyer are local NYC producers that are ready to show you an amazing night out in the city. Devon has just released a new remix of “When The Lights Go Out” by Supertaste and it is phenomenal.

Finally, to make the experience delightful they have added classically trained ballerinas and a live singer to give the event that true dinner and show vibe. Get your tickets here for the NYC Speakeasy Series and celebrate live music back in NYC.


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