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Five Nightlife Spots To Hit In The West Village (PHOTOS)

First Posted: 10/22/10 07:01 PM ET   Updated: 05/25/11 07:05 PM ET

From Patrick Heig, Citysearch

Nightlife on the west side of Manhattan had, until recently, taken a downward dive. Either it was the wine bars and old-school dives of the West Village or the Meatpacking District's sparkler-driven clubs, which were better suited to New Jerseyites than New Yorkers. But thanks to a string of new spots from some of the city's top operators, the kind of anarchic, anything-might-happen bathroom shenanigans-type parties that are unique to New York are back on the west side. From Don Hill's to the Bunker, here's a rundown that'll serve as your new weekday-night circuit, and a handy guide for any Village elders who want to be reminded of why they moved here in the first place.

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Don Hills
511 Greenwich Street
New York, NY 10013

Nur Khan and Paul Sevigny revamped this iconic rock club, adding penis graffiti, a banging sound system and spacious bathrooms they hope you’ll have sex in. After a huge opening week with performances by rock icons like Iggy Pop, however, the door’s tougher than Keith Richards' liver. Citysearch

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