Work On Your Night Moves With These Party-Friendly Apps


Have you and your girlfriends ever decided to have a night out, got all glammed up and then ended up at a bar where the most eligible single guys are over the age of 60? If not, lucky you. Thankfully, the Bartrendr app acts as your friend-in-the-know for the local nightlife scene.

With a simple, straightforward design, Bartrendr allows you to share your drinks, photos and (most importantly) the vibes at the venues where you drink. In the Vibes section, you can select the people (techies or bikers?), the crowd size (empty or packed?) and mood (rowdy or dressy?).

It also allows you to search places where you can browse what your friends and others are posting about a venue. Which means you’ll never end up in a cougar bar again. Unless that’s your thing.


Unless you enjoy haggling with promoters after they spam your Instagram feed, Discotech may be your best choice for booking bottle service and VIP treatment. Available on iPhone and Android, the app allows you to browse nearby venues, book bottle service and sign up for discounted guest lists.

The idea for Discotech emerged after CEO Ian Chen and his cofounders couldn’t find any online services that made these tasks easier for clubbers, he told local blog So they quit their day jobs, and launched the app in November 2013 in Los Angeles.

Chen recently moved his team to Las Vegas to be closer to the city’s bustling nightlife industry. With 20,000 registered users, the app is now available in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. They plan to add New York, Chicago and Miami next. Have app, will travel!

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