Mark Larush Announces New Residency at Babel Lounge and Hookah Bar

Mark Larush is pleased to announce his new residency at Babel Lounge and Hookah Bar. This alliance is a natural fit due to Mark’s experience working in dance lounges and Middle Eastern themed entertainment venues. He is excited to bring his mix of Top 40, Dance, House and Hip-Hop to hookah lounge loving NYC party-goers!

In 2013, Babel Lounge renovated and relaunched, creating two rooms with DJs on rotation spinning different genres of music. They added table service, a VIP entrance and live entertainment including belly dancing and tribal drumming. They are soon scheduled to open their new kitchen featuring Mediterranean cuisine.

Babel Lounge is located at 131 Avenue C, New York, NY 10009. Find them online at


Mark Larush is Spinning for the Official Walter Baker 2013 Fashion Week Party.



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No Otha Night by Mark Larush and O’Mega Red Featuring Ennio Emmanuel.

NO OTHA NIGHT BY MARK LARUSH.On April 22 DJ Mark Larush released his first single No Otha NIght with O’Mega Red featuring Ennio Emmanuel.

You can find No Otha Night on the links below. Cheers!

Mark Larush spins for R&B Singer Cassie’s Listening Party at Le Souk

Mark Larush provided music for the masses who came out to Le Souk to support the release of Bad Boy Artist Cassie’s new mixtape #RockaByeBaby.  Inspired by New Jack City, the 13 tracks feature appearances from Meek Mill, Wiz Khalifa, Pusha T, French Montana, Too $hort, Fabolous, Jeremih, and Ester Dean, plus production from Mike WiLL Made It, James Fauntleroy, Rob Holladay, Da Internz, and Young Chop.cassie-rockabyebaby-mixtape



Mark Larush Cassie CD Release Party

60 Ounces of Vodka, No Problem. 17 Ounces of Soda, Face a Fine.

Bloomberg’s new ban on serving more than 16 ounces of soda could impact a nightclub near you. Clubs could be faced with $200 fines for serving soda in 32 ounce carafes. Check out the excerpt below from the NY Post article quoting Le Souk owner Lamia Sunti.


“And if you’re looking for a night of bottle service at a Manhattan hot spot, be warned: Spending $300 on a bottle of vodka no longer entitles you to a full complement of mixers.

The carafes in which mixers are typically served hold 32 ounces, and the most common mixers — sodas, cranberry juice and tonic water — will be limited. Only water and 100 percent juice will be unlimited.

‘Oh, my God. Seriously?’ said Lamia Sunti, owner of the swanky West Village club Le Souk Harem. ‘It’s not like one person is going to be drinking the whole carafe. It’s silly.’

The rules are hard to unravel.

Alcoholic drinks and diet sodas are not subject to the ban, nor are fruit smoothies if they don’t have added sweetener, or coffee drinks and milkshakes if made with 50 percent milk.”

Read the article in its entirety here.