Subrosa is closed (for now)

Subrosa is an upscale Latin nightclub in the Meatpacking District with live bands and DJ’s for dancing most nights. It hosts Salsa dance parties Tuesdays and Saturdays late.

Subrosa is closing (for now) on Tuesday June 13, 2017 while looking for a new and better location. Celebrate the end of an era of Latin music in New York City and get ready for the next!

The Best of May 2017 at Subrosa

Subrosa is getting into a new groove in May with New York Puerto Rican Jazz legend Eddie Palmieri most Mondays, Cuban rumbero Pedrito Martinez most Tuesdays, and Cuban Salseros Gerardo Contino y Los Habaneros on Saturdays.

Puerto Rican tres player Nelson Gonzalez joins Latin Jazz legend Eddie Palmieri, Monday, May 1 at 7 & 9pm. $35

Cuban rumbero Pedrito Martinez plays Tuesday, May 2 at 7 & 9pm. No Cover

Mariachi Flor de Toloache, NYC’s first and only all-woman Mariachi band plays Thursday, May 4 at 10pm. $15

American Jazz trombonist Conrad Herwig joins Latin Jazz legend Eddie Palmieri, Monday, May 15 at 7 & 9pm. $35

Cuban rumbero Pedrito Martinez plays Tuesday, May 9 at 7 & 9pm. No Cover

American Jazz saxophonist Donald Harrison “The King of Nouveau Swing,” joins Latin Jazz legend Eddie Palmieri, Monday, May 29 at 7 & 9pm. $35

Cuban rumbero Pedrito Martinez plays Tuesday, May 9 at 7 & 9pm. No Cover

About Subrosa

Blue Note Entertainment opened Subrosa in December 2014. It’s in the Meatpacking District which has become a chic neighborhood. The club used to be a parking garage. The driveway is now a stairway that is the entrance to the club.

Subrosa is the best Latin nightclub in New York City. Latins go, but it’s a place where you don’t have to be Latin to feel comfortable and have a good time.

The bands are mostly mid-level and up-and-coming artists. A few famous artists play the club, but the small size of the club limits that. You may however run into some famous artists there.

The Pedrito Martinez Group is in residency. The Cuban singer and percussionist is the world’s first-call rumbero. Celebrities come to see Pedrito when they are in town.

“Sub rosa” means “under the rose” in Latin and Spanish. The rose is an ancient symbol of both secrecy and female creative power. Subrosa is also a pun on “sabrosa” which means “tasty” in Spanish. Spanish speakers sometimes say “sabrosa” when they really like something.

Visiting Subrosa

Subrosa
63 Gansevoort Street
New York, NY 10014
(646) 240-4264

(A) (C) (E) to 14th Street / 8th Ave

Subrosa’s dress code is anything from elegant to casual. Back in the day, we dressed for the red carpet (hint, hint), but you don’t have to be dressed like a model to get in.

For a full calendar and tickets, visit SubrosaNYC.com


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