NYC’s largest nightclub opened its doors a few weeks ago, and it’s bringing a little bit of Italy’s club life straight to NYC’s Hell’s Kitchen.
Musica, which made its debut in Italy before making its way to the U.S., is the joint venture of Giuseppe Cipriani and Italian entrepreneur Tito Pinton, who owns the il Muretto club near Venice, Italy.
This 25,000-square-foot space, which used to be occupied by Prince Club, consists of three parts—a ground floor, main floor, and open-air rooftop with Hudson river views.
Situated on the ground floor you’ll find “The Whisper Room,” an opulent lounge with private booths, a stage, a kitchen, and a bar. The larger main floor is split up into two bars, a cocktail lounge, and a VIP lounge. State-of-the-art lighting and sound systems can be found throughout the club.
Cipriani and Pinton’s hopes with Musica is to fully restore NYC’s nightlife.
“We have been overwhelmed by the response to Musica in Italy and are so grateful that our service and entertainment is resonating so strongly with locals, celebrities, and industry elite alike,” Pinton said in a statement. “We are so excited to bring the energy we’re known for in Italy to one of the top nightlife destinations.”
Musica is located at 637 West 50th Street and is open Thursday-Saturday from 11p.m. – 4a.m.
You can stay updated with their performance schedule on their Instagram.