Webster Hall

125 East 11th Street
New York, NY 10003
(212) 353-1600

Webster Hall was the first 'modern' nightclub in America and is still going strong today.  It was first opened in 1886 and still acts as a nightclub, concert hall and events space.  Some of the biggest acts in the world played here when they were getting their start here and it was rumored to have been owned at one time by Al Capone.  Just because it is old, don't expect it to be small.  You'll literally be partying with thousands of people.  Cover charges can get sickly high as well, so check the hostel's events calendars to see if we have a free clubbing night coming up. 

Directions to Webster Hall:

  1. Take the downtown #1 train
  2. Transfer at the 42nd Street/Times Square Station
  3. Get on the downtown N, Q, R or W train
  4. Get off at the Union Square Station
  5. Walk south on 4th Ave. (against traffic)
  6. Turn left on 11th Ave. (three blocks)