by Shonda K. on
Had to go see it for myself, just to have the "Q" experience. I like being around people who just want to have a good time, without the attitude and b.s. I never have understood why some people spend a lot of money on outfits and go out to clubs and stand around and stare at other people just looking mad. I just don't get that. I have been to "nice" clubs in Atlanta and the vibe is just way wrong. You go out to dance and have a good time right? Well I can promise you everybody who comes to this "hole in the ground" come to have fun. And they looked like they were. All types of folks, more colors than a bag of Skittles. I mean where can you go where little white girls who look like they live OTP, thugs, dreads, church girls and hootchies all hang out and dance till the wee hrs of the morning???? And in GA???? A state that went for McCain....Lord have mercy. You will leave smelling like a smokestack and I should have had the munchies from all the "herbs" that were cooking in there (wink). Oh and they have the nerve to have coat check (smile).
by Eugene B. on
This ain't about the food, drinks, prices, decor, or service. This is about the scene. I don't review many things on my people's block of 32nd street. The only time I say the word, "32nd Street", is when I say something to a Korean friend like, "Oh is your new girlfriend 32nd Street? Does she speak English? Is she KBS Drama? Does she do peace signs in every photo?" So why a 3rd Floor Cafe review you ask? Cuz, it's an example of my friends who go weekly, yet deny going, yet deep down love going because they get to see the same exact people they saw last Thursday night in their I-Bank Finance attire and Asian girls fresh out of college who don't know any better. Elevators open and you see everyone inside looking to see who came through like a bunch of Owls. Who? Who? I don't really hang out with too many Koreans, especially here in NY. I think because they be doing the same shit over, and over, and over. They always resort to 32nd Street and I hate that. "Member that one time we went Korean clubbin, then we went to go sing after, then we went to eat Korean food at 32nd street after?" Johnny Walker Black please! Let's eat at Kun-Jip after drinking! Let's go sing! Let's start a fight on the street with all 20 of our homies and look tough! I don't know why, maybe I'm a laid-back California BBQ picnic, skateboard, checkerboard Vans wearing, Volleyball dude. I want to go to a house party w/ some beer and listen to hip-hop, drink at bars & pubs, eat buffalo wings, watch NASCAR, I want PIZZA after hard drinking, not Korean food! and most importantly I want to drink Hennessy! It's always Johnny Walker this, Johnny Walker that. Bleh...True playas drink the Henny. Ok, so I'm a little get low, but I can make you laugh though. To my Korean friends, Can we not be so communist and North Korean by going there all the time? There's this area called Manhattan and it has all these wonderful and diverse establishments to mingle. Peace outside, Master Hater
by Kathryne Daisley on
Great sound system. Excellent DJs, at times. Pick & choose the correct time to come here, and this can be one of the better venues to listen & dance to a unique mix of music. Note to management: Please get rid of that obnoxious step that runs the entire length of the dance floor. Everyone trips over it.