Nebula New York, the city’s top-notch mega-club, is a major game-changer in New York’s nightlife industry. The enormous club was founded in 2021 by Richie Romero, a former partner at Butter Group, the force behind 1OAK and Up&Down, and Yang Gao, the co-founder of MIXX Lifestyle Group. This explains the club’s continued success.
Nebula is an 11,000-square-foot mega-club located at 135 W. 41st St. in Midtown Manhattan, just off of Times Square. With space for 700 patrons, it features a 5,500-square-foot floor, a 2,500-square-foot mezzanine and a 3,000-square-foot lower level. Aside from providing an incredible nightclub experience with great music and cocktails, Nebula is also home to cutting-edge technology. The club boasts a moving ceiling consisting of 6 huge screens. When the six different screens are combined, they produce a large venue-spanning screen with a variety of graphics including the night sky and rhythmic flashing lights beneath which guests can dance until the sun comes up. There is also a D&B sound system that pumps out the beats. Nebula also features three private club rooms dedicated to private groups for those who are wary of big crowds. Each room has its own sound system and restroom, with a capacity of 20-40 people. One of the club’s strongest features is its innovative and creative interior. Nebula, as the name implies, showcases an astronomical design inspired by the interstellar.
Nebula’s location has a long history in clubland. It was formerly Saci, Show and Arena. Most recently, it housed Circle, a Korean American spot that defined going out for a generation of the Asian and Asian American communities in New York until it closed in 2018. The private events, which take place on weeknights, are a lucrative sideline to the main attraction: weekend dance parties with top DJs from around the world, including Jamie Jones, Artbat, Eric Prydz, DJ Makj and Rony Seikaly who push electronic music and the NYC nightlife experience as a whole to new heights. The club also attracts some of the most popular artists and musicians to perform. The musicians include Storm Lever and Daniel Quadrino who performed in special Broadway Plus performances after the nightclub opened its doors.
The club feels split between worlds — it’s a Brooklyn warehouse oasis within Midtown Manhattan’s desert of dance music spaces, and it’s simultaneously a bottle service club with all the trappings of a much larger, high-tech concert venue.The nightclub specializes in an unparalleled combination of disco, nu-disco, funk, soul, and house, setting the way for partygoers and electronic music enthusiasts from all over the world.
The dress code at Nebula is basically dress to impress! No athletic or leisure wear is allowed. The club reserves the right to turn down anyone that isn’t appropriately dressed to their standards. The minimum age requirement is 21.
For partygoers seeking an innovative and unique clubbing experience in the heart of NYC, Nebula will be the ideal destination for a night like no other.