Lounges: There's no sign marking the entrance to this underground lounge, and the website serves to pique curiosity, if also sounding a bit snobbish. However, the 10,000 sq ft club does not disappoint. Electronic wall tiles display ever-changing colors and pattern, pulsing in sync with the music that resident DJs turn out. Guests also marvel at the water walls and 65" LCD TVs. For the ultimate in VIP exclusivity, G Lounge offers the Mogul Room, secured behind 3 ft thick walls and a steel door.
Dance Clubs: Rittenhouse Square's poshest nightclub is famous for a 55-foot LED wall that broadcasts ever-changing backgrounds to the VIP room. For an even more exclusive experience, invitees relax in the Mogul Room, set behind three-foot thick walls and a steel door. Across the underground (literally) club, a drinks program created by the "The Modern Mixologist," Tony Abou-Ganim, reflects the up-to-the-minute trends he learned under Mario Batali and as the drinks director for the Bellagio in Las Vegas.