Nightlife

For Underground Dancing and Hot Tiki Drinks

There's Rose Gold, from the Team Behind Cape House

By Ilana Dadras ·
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There's a new night club slash cocktail lounge behind the clam shack-inspired Bushwick restaurant Cape House, and it's a neon-drenched subterranean space with some damn good drinks. It's called Rose Gold lounge, and it's open now where 96 Morgan used to live. 

Arrive early and the space will feel more like a cocktail den: with drinks like the Hot Junglebird (a warm concoction of dark rum, caffo red bitters, giffard pineapple liqueur) and Navy Strength (dry gin, almond syrup, lemon, pink peppercorn). Later in the night, it'll transform into more of a dance party—they'll host DJs almost nightly, with performance art and experimental performances also to come.

Now open, Rose Gold, 96 Morgan Ave (at Ingraham), Brooklyn

Ilana Dadras passes her days writing about good food, talking about good food and consuming good food. Occasionally doing other things, too.

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