The newest in a long line of clubs aimed squarely at the Uptown set, Rio Room embraces a retro, almost rainforest look, while maintaining an über-modern feel. Chalk it up to the growing popularity of all things Brazil, where people must party endlessly, stopping only to indulge in bottle service. In the middle of the club, underneath a chandelier of glass orbs, sits an octagon-shaped dance floor fueled by beats from local and international DJs in a nearby booth.
The year was 1983 when Rio Room, located in Highland Park, opened its doors for the first time. The crowds of seemingly wealthy hipsters (yes, I believe they had those back then) swelled on nights whe... More »
The Winter Night Lights series at Rio Room is the staff's attempt to bring edgier, more underground (for lack of a better word) DJ's to town. At least edgier and more underground than the Vegas-style ... More »