The nightlife scene in NYC is often an overcrowded scene with lots of venues making finding info about the hottest shows difficult. GlitzCafe nightlife guide is coming in to fill this gap with a database of venues with reviews and event locations.
January 9, 2013 (Newswire) - GlitzCafe makes locating the best NYC nightclubs and the best bars easy. An evening can be ruined with a visit to the wrong club. This new site offers the solution by allowing users to leave reviews so others can know what the scene is like in a particular place. Those who use the site can know if a New York club is the one for them before they even get there.
"Let's face it. We all too often find ourselves club hopping trying to find where the real action is. Unless it's for the pleasure of it, this is not only costly but also a real time waster" says Co-founder Mike.
The list the best bars is very long and those who enjoy the nightlife would be hard-pressed to visit them all just to find a favorite. Going to GlitzCafe before heading out can save a lot of time and a lot of headache. Revelers are able to leave a detailed review of their experience as well as give the club a star rating on important elements such as music, cleanliness, crowd size, space, price and quality of service. The site is set up to provide even those who are unfamiliar with a particular club enough information for them to get a good idea what a night there is like.
When users find a club on GlitzCafe.com they really like, they do not have to struggle with looking up the address or finding where the club is located because all of that information is made readily available to them. The site not only lists club addresses with the reviews, but it's also integrated with Google Maps. Users need only scroll down to see exactly where they can find the club.
On top of all the great features the website features to assist visitors in finding the best NYC Nightclubs, there is a wonderful social media aspect of the site that makes connecting with friends for a night out very easy. The social media feature means they can ask friends what they think of the clubs without ever leaving the site.