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Being under 21 in New York City can feel pretty limiting when you want to party. While your older friends can hang out to the early morning hours at bars and concert halls, your age may hold you back. Luckily, there are ways to still have fun which don't involve a fake ID.
Teen dance clubs are a place for kids under 18 to enjoy a night out with their friends in a supervised safe non-alcoholic, drug-free setting with dancing, and socializing being the main activities. In many ways they are similar to clubs for adults over 21 except that they have the restriction of no alcohol being served. Most safe reputable teen dance clubs take extra precautions to ensure the safety of the teens.
There is a dance club in New York where the coolest patrons arrive on stretch skateboards, not in stretch limousines; where the Beatles are considered fresh, and where there is never a wait at the bar. Each of the last six Thursday nights, the Saint at Second Avenue Sixth Street has been transformed by a committee of ambitious teen-agers into a club heaven for the ''Just Say No'' generation. On these nights and Thursdays to comethe noes are something new in clubs: no sex, no liquor. And, for the most part, no drugs and no adults.
Our advice is that Its best to mix it up a bit as teens get bored very quickly — it is amazing how fast they start switching off to reality and onto their Video iPod — We suggest taking at least one activity from each section below, so one dining, one shopping and two other attractions should be enough to make the day a complete success for both you and your teenager. Depending on the age of your teen, you need to decide if its supervised or if you are ready to let then run amok by themselves. Teens need to be sure to bring their guardian along, and he or she must be 25 or over maximum of four minors per adult.
BLI offers year-round leadership and engagement opportunities for high school teens. Teens will have an opportunity to choose one of four tracks, each based on Jewish values of communal obligation — philanthropy, volunteerism and service please see below for tracks. BLI will bring together the teens of all four tracks in an immersive weekend retreat over Shabbat — allowing for in-depth group learning and opportunities for activism and leadership!
Unfortuantely, there aren't any teen dance clubs. There aren't that many places in the city for dancing in general, and the one teen dance club we had Crush closed some time ago. Here's a list of things to do for the under set, but as you can see, the options are even more limited for those under
It's 10 o'clock. Do you know where your children are? Kids as young as 16 can get into some of the hot spots listed below, at least on certain nights. If you are planning on heading out, you will still need proof of age, and you will definitely be carded for alcohol.
By Carly Petrone. Le Poison Rougethe iconic cabaret venue in the West Village, offers guests two types of live experiences. More: Best Bars In Williamsburg.
If you're under 21 in New York City, night life can seem like a private party to which you're not invited. A closer look, though, reveals a number of clubs that open their doors to the and-up crowd. A few clubs are open at all times to a younger crowd, while others offer scheduled parties that cater to teens. To compensate for a lack of alcohol sales, most clubs levy a cover charge on teens.