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While illicit warehouse ragers, public binge drinking, street parties and raves continue to flout COVID social distancing rules throughout New York City, a different scene has emerged independent of these gatherings, mostly in Manhattan, where party promoters are throwing exclusive and expensive parties with a club-like atmosphere -- pandemic be damned. One of the spaces allegedly running these parties is Provocateura former Meatpacking District club that closed a few years ago, then remerged with popup events over the last year.
They bill their parties as the "most exclusive" in New York, with one former employee telling Gothamist that their door policy is extremely strict, and that they almost never saw a person of color inside.
It often costs thousands for a table, and parties regularly go past the 11 p. You can see a few videos below from an event there this past week.
Provocateur is using Cafe Tucano, located at E 9th st formerly Cloister Cafeas a facade to throw illegal parties: A club that never paid rent at their last location, took advantage of vendors, dj's, promoters and their own staff. And now they are showing a blatant disregard for rules when everyone else in the industry has to adhere to them.
Their "secret garden" is located behind the restaurant is open from midnight to 5am. Their "secret garden" is located behind the restaurant and is open from midnight to 5am.
He said he attended an event there a few weeks ago and saw "hundreds of people, nobody is social distancing, nobody is wearing masks. They need to have a packed room full of people to make money.
Another person who went to an event there in the past week told Gothamist, "it's obviously a nightclub environment. People are rolling up in Ubers, Maseratis, everyone's dressed like it's a nightclub. Among other things, Gothamist saw at least one online posting from a Provocateur address noting it was "from the developers and operators of" Provocateur looking to hire cocktail servers for the venue, stating they planned to open with Phase 2 and would be operating from 12 p.
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Gothamist was also sent an invite to a party there from one of the alleged organizers, as well as a video showing half a dozen people sharing a hookah at the venue recently. Travis Bass, the co-owner of Avenue A dance venue Lolaexplained that Provocateur has developed a negative reputation among people in the NYC nightlife community.
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Several of the other underground Manhattan parties Underground lap dance party nyc been taking place every weekend in various locations in Midtown, spread via WhatsApp chat groups and text chains with promoters asking people not to publicize the illicit events. Some of these events are specific marijuana parties run by the same group whose event was busted on April 20th that take place in a Flatiron building, and an event space near Bryant Park that has been used for mask-free parties that sometimes include lap dances.
Some of these groups are currently attempting to throw yacht parties, including one called the "Yacht Party Covoid Kickoff" scheduled for August 8th from 7 to 11 p. Two promoters were arrested over the weekend for a separate illegal East River party boat.
At least two of the parties have been described as sex parties.
One of those alleged events was recently raided by the Sheriff's Office, who did not offer any comment on the ongoing investigation. Because of that raid last week, some of these promoters have temporarily paused their regular events. One organizer has been telling people that there's been "too much attention" because of Cuomo's task force, but they are hoping things can restart this month.
The New York State Department of Health has opened an investigation into The Chainsmokers' drive-in fundraiser which took place in the Hamptons this past weekend, after videos surfaced from the event showing many attendees not social distancing or wearing masks. By submitting your information, you're agreeing to receive communications from New York Public Radio in accordance with our Terms.
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