Dance to Top-40 tunes with Boston's young up-and-comers.. The Scene Like most clubs in The Alley (except for neighboring Pravda), ENVY is awash in color. Bold colored murals by Hollywood film artist John P. Moores decorate the club, and patrons don't dress in boring, ubiquitous black. In the club room, which has billiards, comfy couches and a big screen TV, the din is low enough so people can actually talk. In the other room there's a large dance floor, a bar running the length of the room and a bubble wall behind it.
Envious of What? ENVY's pitched to the crowd making a good chunk-of-change in the financial district, but still coveting thy neighbor's Lexus, trophy wife and full head of hair. Guests are encouraged to "dress to be envied." As owner Rani Salehi says, "No matter how good life is and no matter who you are, you can always yearn for something more." Despite the target demographic, college students and not-yet-sucessful young professionals also frequent the club.