New York City taste-makers gathered to celebrate the third anniversary of The Thrillist at Greenhouse, the city's first eco-friendly bar, in Manhattan. A snake charmer, magician and stilt-walker were on hand...
Greenhouse waitresses ready to serve tequila shots to the crowd. The liquor was fresh but the club's dance floor is said to be made from 100 percent recycled material and is L.E.E.D. registered.
Serpentina the snake charmer gives the crowd a show.
Clubgoers Eliza Henson and Michelle Brennan sample wines from Uncorked.com, one of the sponsors of the anniversary party.
Greenhouse sports a mystical rain forest look in line with its eco-minded ideals.
Greenhouse's environmentally themed decor includes plants in the shape of animals. Like this elephant bush.
Noise pollution was not a problem as three DJs filled the two-floor club with Hip-hop and house music.
Sleight-of-hand magician Mark Mitton shows Laura Freedman one of his feats of prestidigitation.
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David Michelle Davies, Neil Vogel, Chantal Diguer, Elspeth Roundtree and Chris Greene of the Webby Awards hang in the V.I.P. area.
Rex Sorgatz, of the Web site Fimoculous.com rocks the party.
The mariachi band takes a break from entertaining people at the door to have a shot of Jose Cuervo, one of the sponsors of the event.
CNET News' blogger Caroline McCarthy, Chris Confessore, managing editor of GuestofaGuest.com, his brother and New York Times reporter Nick Confessore, along with John Carney of Silicon Alley Insider all mingle at the party.
Christine Huang of psfk.com, a trends and innovation site, flashes a smile.
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Jody Rones and Paul Magyar of Thrillist hang in the downstairs area of the club.
Revelers Steve Lozic, Stephanie Voulgaris and Christyn Murdosco relax in the seating area.
The eco-friendly club was packed with Thrillist anniversary party goers. Only a few were wearing green.
Jesse Derris and Heather Lylis of Sunshine, Sachs & Associates enjoy cocktails.
The "Chocolate Man" of Axe commercial fame stops by to give the ladies a piece of his mind.
A stilt walker in sculptural costume kept the crowd in awe.
The crowd lined the street to celebrate The Thrillist's birthday at Greenhouse on Varick and Vandam streets.
Greenhouse gets blue.
Brian Kantor of BlackBook Magazine flashes his pearly whites.
The owner of the Greenhouse, Jon B, shows off his "ivy league" credentials. He also runs the clubs Home and Guest House on the West Side.
Bartenders were stirred by the purple party people.
And what would a party in Manhattan be without cigarette breaks?