not an ordinary nightclub
Hot 'not of the ordinary' nightclub from Philadelphia spins into EaDo with bright lights, booming sound, and more
One of Philadelphia’s highest profile nightclubs is coming to Houston. Noto Houston will open this spring in a converted EaDo warehouse.
An acronym for “not of the ordinary,” Noto (styled as all-caps NOTO in press materials) promises 15,000 square feet that will include 30 banquette seating areas, two full bars, and a 300-square-foot stage/DJ booth.
Club goers can expect state-of-the-art lighting and sound. Noto will feature over 80 light fixtures, 1,000 square feet of LED video panels, programmable CO2 and confetti effect systems, and a L-Acoustics sound system designed for the space.
Beverage options will be extensive, with cocktails, champagne, spirits, wine, and beer. Food options will consist of a small selection of shareable plates.
The new venue builds on the success of Noto’s original location in Philadelphia. Known as a celebrity hotspot in the City of Brotherly Love, the venue has hosted performances and appearances by entertainers such as Diplo, Meek Mill, Steve Aoki, Kaskade, deadmau5, and others.
The club regularly hosts top performers.Courtesy of Noto Houston
Noto will be open Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights. When it isn’t serving as a party spot, the venue will be available to host private parties, corporate events, and other gathering.
Look for hiring announcements and opening details to be released in the weeks to come.