Good acoustics are the single most important element to a hot club, as without them, it's almost impossible to tell what the Ying Yang twins are whispering about...wait 'till you ski a brick? Free a tick? Boring! Ensuring you catch every last hushed line: Sweetspot.
The carefully curated pet project of a Gtown MBA turned world-touring DJ, Sweetspot's a neon-lit, subterranean palace of pulsating beats: a single rectangular room with a long, gray-epoxy bar, expressly designed to ensure premium sound quality across every inch and preclude any acoustic "dead zones", which make for a poor night, and totally hilarious Verizon commercials. The "recording studio level" sound quality's achieved via walls coated in specially reflective concave buffers designed in/imported from Sweden, plus the optimized arrangement of a 12-speaker system from Fulcrum (the first on the entire East Coast) that includes four 35'' bad boys whose size means that they can produce the necessary output without "working too hard" -- what, is Albert Haynesworth making these things?!? Less-audible hotness includes non-anchored, re-arrangeable tables allowing for larger parties to sit (where premium bottles are ~25% less than at competing spots) and a locally-produced, unnamed custom fragrance that's pumped throughout the venue from what must be an Aqua di Gio-nourmous backroom reservoir.
Though you're obviously there for the Red Bull vodkas, they're also working on a 10-strong custom cocktail list, ensuring that even if you figure out what those darn twins are getting at, you'll never be able to intelligibly ruin the secret.