A term used to describe a nightclub that is less about music and dancing and more about schmoozing and climbing the social ladder. These nightclubs often place a high emphasis on bottle service, which brings in large amounts of revenue; do not feature much underground dance music, instead relying mostly on pop hits and well-known dance names; and often require a dress code, enforced by bouncers who reject "undesirable" patrons at their often arbitrary discretion.
"I don't like New York's club scene anymore; it's all models and bottles now. If you want to go dancing, I know where there'll be a good rave this weekend."
A term of pretension coined by A.J., an investment banker (I-Banker). Though originally used to describe a lavish night on the town with expensive booze and attractive women, this term has been relegated to describing an overly pretentious assclown.
"Dude thinks he's all 'models and bottles' because he likes throwing his money around with overpriced call-girls."