by pat c. on
Some places just arent for me i guess. the line for the club was filled with such utter and total losery i didnt even bother going in, even tho my date could have ushered me past it. I dont want to be shoulder to shoulder with these people, much less pay 20 bones for the "privelage". On to the bar for some drinks while we decide the next move. A mere half step up from the people on the line. 80% euro tourist. 20% weirdos. like gonzo style muppet looking weirdos. Why did i bother cabbing it all the way up here? back downtown we go, nary to return.
by Jee K. on
I've decided to give this place 2 stars, but perhaps I could upgrade it to 3 stars someday. First off, the club is hard to get into without bottle service or a group of girls with you. Luckily, we were getting bottle service but I heard the bouncer say to a group of guys that they were only doing bottle services for now. If you manage to get in, the place is just okay. My biggest complaint is on the layout of the club. The entire club is just one big square room, nothing too interesting. It has a small upstairs, but it's mostly just more for private seating, not really a place to hang at. Due to the moderate size of the club, it's really hard to carry out a conversation, yet alone bust a move on the hot girl in the corner, because the sound system is too powerful for the room. It's LOUD inside. There's no good intermediate spots to just chill at, either. It's just the dance floor and private seating areas, and as you can imagine it gets very crowded. If you don't get a table, you're pretty much just standing along the perimeter of the dance floor. The music was fine, but didn't knock my sox off. They didn't play much hiphop, which is fine with me since I'm from LA. Oh yeah, did I mention there were a lot of guys there? The 2 tables next to us consisted of a total of 8 guys and 1 girl, haha. I'd say it was about 65%-70% dudes. Is it that New York girls are too smart to go out clubbing?
by Andres Beik on
The reason I have been back here are the exact reasons some people don't. No smoking (who smokes any more, really?) and they don't serve pitchers of beer (college was over 20 years ago) Great food, no neon signs and no kids. If you can't afford a $7 Goose on the rocks, go to the Chuggin Monkey.