by Autumn E. on
I came Saturday, late at night... we stopped in for some delicious shots, and found the staff friendly, and the decor cute... but I thought the crowd was skeevy. The DJs were awesome! But it was really slow, empty, and... skeevy. I stayed all of 15 minutes. Oh, right... and I even spent most of my time in VIP.
by SAM Y. on
oh man. i think i came here when clubbin was still in style. i am no club expert so i cant give you any goods or bads of this place. i can't tell. its all the same to me. but this place had some cool bartenders who hooked me up with free refills of my cherry coke. why can't i tell one club from another? this is what i typically see and hear. guy: hey what's up. girl: mood is not a dating site. guy: what? girl: bye. guy walks back to his friends. friend: what happened? guy: oh naw i don't know about her. friend: what you mean? guy: she's not my type. like her head is... too big for her ears. friend: yeah i can see that. what about that one over there? the guy sees and walks over. guy: hey what's your name? girl: just don't. girl walks away. guy comes back to his friend. friend: what's up? guy: she is cross eyed. i ain't into that. friend: yeah forget her. let's go get a hot dog.
by Jerrold Fellhauer on
Like the other reviews, the food and drinks are certainly expensive. But the point is the jazz, and given that it's the legendary Blue Note, that's how they get away with higher prices. $7 per drink isn't cheap, but it's not unheard of in NYC. There's a fair selection of mixed drinks, but nothing terribly exciting. Word of advice: sit in on a few songs, then head to the bar to order your drinks once the commotion has died down--the barkeep is a little more generous with the pouring. Also, keep your eyes on their online calendar. Tickets for the big names are always expensive (and go fast), but you can find some amazing shows for next-to-nothing if you know your acts.