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Williamsburg, Brooklyn is quickly becoming the epicenter of New York nightlife, thanks to a slew of clubs offering everything from underground artists to big-name house deities. And the opening of a new club by the Verboten crew is one of the biggest things to do in New York this fall.
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The big club opening...
With the party-tossing Verboten gang’s eponymous venue on North 11th Street slated to open soon, it’s official: Williamsburg has become New York’s new clubland paradise. With the Fixed, Trouble & Bass and Bespoke posses already signed on as residents, and boldfaced-name DJs Guy Gerber, Carl Craig and Davide Squillace on board as partners—and barring an unexpected switch in music policy to meathead-friendly EDM—this should be the best addition to the late-night landscape since, well, Output (see below). 60 North 11th St between Kent and Wythe Aves, Williamsburg, Brooklyn (verbotennewyork.com). Opening early fall.