If you can get away with it, shoot color neg film, ideally something like Portra 800. This is of course where the-format-who-shall-not-be-named shines, as you can custom color-balance to your light source before you shoot. That would be my very first choice, but if you're going the more traditional route, your options are Portra 800 or Fuji Superia 800. I've not shot with the fast Fuji, but I have shot Portra 160 at night with highly mixed lighting (combination of sodium vapor, fluorescent, halogen/tungsten and neon in the same scene) and been able to produce accurately color-balanced prints.