by Blogger M. on
I came here for a performance. I would say this venue is nice. I did not know that there was a second level to watch the performance until it was almost the end. The first level mostly has reserved tables and reserved ringside seating. I had trouble seeing the performance on the first floor and I am about 5'8." If you have general admission tickets, most of you will have to stand to watch the performance. A small can of Heineken was something like $7. Admission to the performance did not take a long time despite the long lines. There were unlicensed street vendors selling hot dogs after the performance ended including the famously illegal (?) "bacon dog." I will post photographs later but I have to go out right now.
by Jessica C. on
This place sucks. If you're not a 23 year old greaseball dude or a sorostistute, there isn't enough booze in the place to make this place cool. It tries, but I don't think I'll be back. P.S. Dude that spilled the drink on my friend, speaking on behalf of your race stating, "We're Arab, we don't care" when no one else is near you is just pathetic. The Arabic folks I know don't wear sunglasses at night, don't have a cokey drip nose, and have manners, jerkoff.
by Concepcion Sondag on
What a unique concept, to have dinner while in bed. I wondered how balancing drinks and eating food while sitting on a bed would pann out. As different as it is, Duvet definitely has it's pros and cons. First off, the place is spacey and has a great bar area to hang if you want to drink and talk. It's sleek and trendy so you could entertain yourself with the floating jellyfish tank in the back or just stare at the ice like bar for a bit. The bartenders are friendly and always willing to help you out with a drink choice. However, Duvet will not be a stopping ground for me even if I am ever in the area again. Perhaps it wasn't a happening nite (Thurs) but the place was bare and lacked any type of warmth or charisma with it's cool (literal) decor. We tried drinks from their special drink menu and while different, they sucked big time! Don't go for the Duvet Sin, it was so sour and lacked the slight sweetness a fruity alcoholic drink should have. The beds are stiff, hence the ability to dine on them! Being a bit clumsy, I would never master the skill necessary at Duvet: coordination. I could see this place happening on the weekends with good music and good f ood. When we were there, it was trans all nite. Hopefully, they spin better music when it gets busy. They have another section to the side to serve dinner but there's a minimum to what each person has to order. Too bad I won't be back to review it.