Problem: you’re not planning on making decisions of a potentially dubious nature on a big dance floor tonight.
Solution: Verso, a new club in an old printing press where you’ll dance and drink champagne and meet a bunch of new people who are probably going to be attractive. It’s open now next door to its sister bar, Forgery. (Check it out.)
You’ll swing by here on a night not unlike tonight. Or whenever you’re looking to blow off a little steam, really.
And if you’re wise, you’ll reserve one of the tufted-leather banquettes next to the dance floor. That way, you’ll have a dedicated host to bring you bottles of things and drinks like the Pantone 131, a delightful mixture of bourbon, honey and lemon.
Otherwise, feel free to rehydrate at the Carrara marble bar before heading back out there. They’ve got this state-of-the-art Dutch sound system—the first of its kind in the US—so… the music will sound good.
But hey, if dancing isn’t your thing, you can always claim one of the five tables on the mezzanine and…
Better yet, maybe just make sure dancing is your thing.