The sub:culture family is proud to host a special birthday celebration for Brooklyn’s very own Lil Ray!
Ray has made innumerable contributions to New York nightlife, notably with the Jamboree he hosts annually in Prospect Park and his Brooklyn Frenzy and WMC parties… and is well known for his brilliant personality and his stellar musical selections. He’ll be joining residents Jon Martin and Shifty Kid and guest DJ Henry Maldonado with a special birthday DJ set for the grown and sexy Friday night crowd that makes NOIRE such an exceptional party.
The soundtrack will be deep and sexy, the food delectable, the cocktails strong. NOIRE has the feel of a downtown loft party but goes down in the sublimely designed Night Hotel just off Broadway.
As always, Chef de Cuisine Carlos Reyes will be serving up his delicious delicacies, and there will be drink specials and left-field movies throughout the night to add to the visual impact of the event.
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23
@ THE NIGHT HOTEL
132 W 45TH ST NYC
The party happens in the boutique NIGHT HOTEL just off Times Square, is specifically designed by creators and co-residents Jon Martin and Shifty Kid to provide a haven for the cool, creative, grown & sexy – with esteemed musical selections, left-field video throwbacks, a stellar menu of delicious food and specialty cocktails, and a fabulous enclosed outdoor lounge.
Each week, NOIRE continues to execute its mission of bringing together “Exceptional People Through Exceptional Music” … with a revolving door of creative-types, tastemakers and industry vets on hand to tap into the creative energy once restricted to the downtown underground.
The party is FREE, there’s no door drama and ALWAYS drink specials to help ease the stresses of a rough week (and a rough economy!), including half-price delicious MARGARITAS for the ladies. Don’t be surprised if you make new friends or run into old ones – this party is geared towards those “in the know” with a keen mission to bring downtown cool to a broader scope of people, with more diversity and accessibility.