Follow the red carpet and velvet ropes from the 5th Street sidewalk into the historic Lumber Exchange building, drop off your jacket at coat-check, and step past the headset-bearing bouncer to find a posh, three-level nightclub—the kind of club that should garner a chic, young crowd. And at times, it does. Spin owners bring in famous DJs and celeb guests (DJ Skribble, Nick Lachey, Hilary Duff, Lauren Conrad, and P. Diddy have all graced the VIP lounges) but the typical crowd consists of suburban bachelorette parties and just-turned-21 coeds. But if what you’re looking for is pounding dance beats and top-forty remixes, strong (slightly pricey) drinks, scantily clad go-go dancers, and a contemporary club interior (don’t miss the cool fogged-door restrooms), then Club NY's the place to be. If you’re lucky, you’ll nab a spot in the exclusive VIP Red Room, where bottle service and big spenders add cachet to the NY experience.