A lack of letting your hair loose may result in you attempting to open your car door with the TV remote control, convincing yourself that your office chair is plotting to kill you and buying Percy your pet porcupine a book about playing the tambourine when you are fully aware that he prefers politics and current affairs. Regain your sanity with a night out on the town at the Manhattan Club for R40.
Inspired by the city that never sleeps; The Manhattan Club offers customers a club environment that is as classy and fast-paced. This swanky club boasts four bars from a dedicated shooter bar to an exclusively ladies-only cocktail bar, as well as a smoking bar selling premium whiskeys and cigars. Patrons will surely be spoilt for choice at The Manhattan Club which has been voted Johannesburg’s best Night Club three years in a row by the “best of Joburg awards”. With credentials and accolades as long as a wall that is great and divides China, this Groupon promises to be a night to remember.
All that time spent practicing your dance moves in your bedroom mirror will pay off with a night out at this swanky upmarket club. The fun you’ll have at the Manhattan Club will rid you of stress and worries, making your shoulders lighter than a feather in a cloak of invisibility. It might even convince you that your office chair is only a piece of furniture or lead you to getting Percy that latest Chomsky book he was porcu-eyeing. This premium club boasts only the finest for their patrons, with stylish décor as well as famous DJ’s on the decks.
You will be the envy of many with today’s Groupon, so you may have to dodge the stink eyes on Monday morning, but it will be worth it. You’ll have to leave your hush puppies and lederhosen at home though, as The Manhattan Club has a strict dress code of smart/casual. Today’s Groupon will have you rubbing shoulders with the rich and famous so you really have no excuse but to lap it all up in style.
Club fact: A club in Dubai uses tin-trays to reflect the lights in their club to mimic a disco ball. The owner came up with this idea after having afternoon tea with his grandmother and realising on how much cheaper tin trays would be compared to actual disco balls.