Photograph: Scott Atkinson Newell
Time Out says
Posted: Tue Oct 23 2012
This 11,000-square-foot power-plant-turned-Downtown hot spot deftly melds industrial architecture and Art Deco chic. Restored artifacts are casually displayed; silent video montages, projected on the wall, revisit the early work of film legends; bartenders handcraft classic cocktails. But nothing's stuffy here—it's a scene almost every night of the week—with DJs, a live band on Thursdays and party lounges with names like Tesla and Generator, paying homage to the building's past. The dress is "Old-World style," code for look smart—no flip flops, tennis shoes, baseball caps, T-shirts...you get the idea.
Edison 108 W 2nd St
#101 (In the Harlem Place alley)
What's on at Edison
Spend Halloween night underground, just a little closer to the horrors below the earth, at the Edison. The club's Cabaret L'Enfer will feature El Radio Fantastique and DJ Joe Greto, plus more artists and "extraordinary selection of Attractions Diaboliques."...