by Zane Faix on
2.5 out of 5.0 open till' 4am on certain nights, 15-20$ cover, an average experience, it all depends on what night u go, and who you go with. it is overall a poor mans version of Ruby Skye. but hey, if ur rolling ballz it dont matter where u party at,
by cara p. on
This place is horrible!!!!! The owners are assholes!! And the bouncers are total Snobs. It is pretentious and so put on. Celebrities go there and a friend of mine was grabbed by a bouncer for talking to a celebrity and yanked out of the way. I have never seen such horrible treatment to people like this disgusting pit. It is like a freak show of stippers, burlesque types doing shows and everyone thinking they are SOO COOL and weird. You can't get in unless you are on a list and upstairs is ONLY for the VIP'S and the bouncers do the power trip of making you feel like no one and only Vip people can be up there. I hated this place. If you want to see gays lesbians, burlesque in the quasi "I am so different and sexy and freaky like a circus" bullshit, go to this totally over hyped stupid club. Oh, that's right, there is a list and even if you are on it you may not get in because that is how much the owners are egotistical pretentious LOSERS and totally superficial jerks.. whoever owns the place is a real TOOL!! to create a space with this much phoney pretentious bullshit and treat customers like dirt. Yuck!!!!! If you are into phonies, and debauchery and people thinking they are so cool because "i am so weird", this is the place for you.
by Drew Giacone on
Second reason why Asians are so in shape is because we love trance and we can dance, which leads me to reveal that I wish I lived on the second floor of Ruby Skye - complete with a full bar and muscle-y, hunk-status bartenders, a dance floor, and a great sound system. The interior and decoration here is amazing - I guess a four million dollar renovation goes a long way. Beautiful chandeliers hang from the ceiling - giving it that elegant style. It's 1800s classical meets modern day trance. I would highly advise against walking into Ruby Skye just looking to have a good time. It definitely helps to check out who's coming to town and whether they're going to play at RS. It's about arriving late to see the headliner -- not the DJs before. It's about just dancing at 12 a.m., having a good time and no talking -- just dancing (in my case: like a wannabe go-go dancer) & maybe some drinking.