Popular Long Island nightclubs include Tabu Dance Lounge, Club Liquid Ice, the Coliseum and Dune. Tabu Dance Lounge is located in West Hempstead and features a large dance floor with DJs and a dynamic light and sound display. There is also a comfortable lounge area. Tabu has a dress code and an age limit of 30 on Fridays, which relaxes to 23 for women and 25 for men during the remainder of the week.
Club Liquid Ice, known as Ice to locals, is located in Westchester. Ice features a large dance floor, three bars and comfortable banquettes. There is also a VIP suite, which requires reservations and offers flat-screen TVs, complimentary champagne and a private bathroom.
Also in Westchester, the Coliseum, formerly known as the White House, is located in an historic inn that dates back to the 1750s. It is open from May to the fall. At over 30,000 square feet, it is one of Long Island’s largest nightclubs and a popular venue for live music events and dance parties. It features a dance floor, a patio and a lounge.
Dune is the premiere destination for nightlife in Southampton. Its clientele of vacationing celebrities and models who fill the dance floor until closing have made this nightclub legendary on Long Island.