by Carolyn Batt

pureThis weekend I went to the Grand Opening of Pure Nightclub, the newest nightclub in the Chippewa Entertainment District. Previously called Level for its multi-level dance floor, this hot new club now places Buffalo in competition with the nearest nightlife meccas of Toronto and New York City.

Adding an additional level, this now three-floor club underwent $750,000.00 in renovations—and the evidence is obvious from the second you step foot. The Main Room features a giant bar, and the most important feature of any dance club—its dance floor now has the addition of four giant jets accompanied by a locomotive horn that spit CO2 down on command. From four points across the club and visible from every angle, professional dancers dance to the latest beats. With a state-of-the-art sound system and light show, you may spend more time just looking at the fusion of lights, color and sound.

“Wet,” the new 21+ room features premium well-drinks and top-shelf alcohol with the option of bottle service (patrons purchase an entire bottle of liquor and receive a private table, host and mixers). The blue lighting and minimalist appearance make for a sleek, upscale look. Moving upstairs, you will find the two-story “Dirty,” another VIP lounge with red plush couches, chandeliers and skybox, that overlooks the entire club.

It takes a lot to impress me, and Pure definitely has. The best part about Pure Nightclub is that whatever your pleasure—whether it’s dancing the night away, getting pampered by a VIP host, having a premium cocktail or just people watching, Pure allows for it all.

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