On the Waterfront

NYC’s First Waterfront Dayclub/Nightclub

This... could really go either way.

But when life hands you outdoor waterfront property with palm trees and a DJ, you make a good time.

Or lemonade.

Welcome Mako, the first waterfront day- and nightclub in New York, now open in Hell’s Kitchen. Some things to keep in mind here:

The party goes until 4am.
Which means they’ll probably just push it to sunrise. Being that there are no neighbors to speak of, your riverside party just got the go-ahead to go all night.

There’s brunch.
The whole “dayclub” concept comes to us courtesy of the Vegans (the Las Vegans). If you’re unfamiliar, just know that it’ll be like a nightclub, but with sunlight and decent cocktails and shrimp salad.

They have slips for any yachts you may own or have otherwise come into possession of.
Perhaps a bejeweled pool float would do.

The music is coming from above.
The DJ is perched on what almost looks like the bowsprit of a ship.

You’ll want to reserve one of the pseudo-cabanas.
The ones nestled between the palm trees and the glowing blocks of neon light.

The glowing blocks of neon light?
The glowing blocks of neon light.


459 12th Ave
(at 40th, on the waterfront)
New York, NY 10018
official website


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