by Eve G. on
Went when it first opened and was reminded of Miami. Tasteful decorative crystals hanging from the ceiling add to the appeal of being crammed against sweaty clubbers. The place is poorly designed and its name is completely misleading. When I heard greenhouse I expected bamboo and potted palm trees. This was a long way to go to be dissapointed. This place is, it must be said, barely in Soho as the listing suggests very close to Tribeca where the there is the entrance to the tunnel.
by Ashlie Ganesh on
talk about southern food with a flare to it...and i forgot to add the southern hospitality! i chose the buttermilk fried chicken with garlic mashed potatoes and green beans. Delicious!!!! well i jumped forward alittle early. They brought out homemade buttermilk biscuits and cornbread. If you are a lover of one of these, check this place out. I am an eater so i had both ;-) . Also tried the fried green tomotoes and she-crab soup. Both with lots of flavor. I ate so much i didnt have room for dessert ( another excuse to come back). that was just the food... the atmosphere was homey and comfortable, the service was exceptional ( with jokes from the waiter and drinks around the clock), and special attention from the hostess. what a way to enjoy dinner...
by Evan I. on
Revolution nights on Tuesdays. There is a guest list (http://going.com) that can get you in without the $20 cover charge before midnight. The bouncers pick chicks and couples to go in first, so if you are a group of guys, prepare to wait in line. Rumors plays hip pop whereas venu next door (connected) plays house and energy. Rumor crowd was ok, lots of people having fun on the floor (hip pop, what do you expect). Atmosphere is pretty decent, music was decent, drink costs are outrageous (12 bucks for a screwdriver)! One good thing partying on a Tue night in Boston is easy street parking.