431 W. 16th St., New York, NY, 10011
nr. Ninth Ave.
By ActorCam on 8/22/2014
My wife and I saw a show at the Highline recently and when I got the bill, the "Amount" was $105.61. Below that was a line that said "Included Gratuity" listing $14.55. I took this to mean the "Amount" included a gratuity of $14.55, so I wrote $105.61 for the total and signed the receipt. The next day I contacted the Highline via their web page and asked if I'd inadvertently stiffed the waitress of her tip, but they never responded. However, I see on my credit card statement the Highline put a charge through of $120.16 EVEN THOUGH I'D WRITTEN $105.61 AND SIGNED FOR THAT AMOUNT! I'm pretty sure that's ILLEGAL, and I'm very very disappointed at the way The Highline does business. I'd have gladly added a tip later if I'd mistakenly not left one, but for me to ask The Highline about it, AND for The Highline to ignore me, AND for The Highline to falsify the amount of my signed credit card receipt is very upsetting.
By KiraBarone on 7/21/2014
Highline is so amazing. My friend and I were up visiting in the city, and we are huge music junkies, so when we found Highline, we were super pumped! The music was loud and fun and the drinks were also really great. Everyone there was cool too, a really great crowd. We actually heard that the best way to get into a good club and not spend a lot of money is with a promoter. We found this really cool guy, Indi Romero, and it really worked! We spent very little money, and got in no problem. If youre going to go to Highline, definitely find Indi on FB and he will hook you up!
By jbamford on 4/23/2008
I saw Mike Doughty here and had a fantastic time. Mid-sized space in which everyone has a good view of the stage. Good, warm acoustics. Friendly crowd. Two uncrowded bars. Reasonable ticket prices. For me, this is one of the better smaller venues in NYC.
By ecesarm on 4/21/2008
This is a pretty and comfortable place to hear music, but they are highly dishonest. We were overcharged by close to $100, and as we were a group we didn't notice it until we left and discussed the price and who ordered what. We were charged about $40 for each glass of wine, that should have been $9. Maybe they they billed us for 3 bottles instead of glasses, and it was an honest mistake, but we have been fighting this for close to a month with the manager, and still no refund.
By meats101 on 4/19/2008
The Silly person with the first review must not have even gone to highline cuz the door people wear black/dressy outfits...and last time I checked most bartenders pour drinks not the cocktail servers unless its just soda. You were probably in brooklyn. Anyhow, Highline could have the sickest sound system in the city with seasoned staff, I hear the issues with a lackluster waitstaff. But hey Nokia is pretty sterile but that leaves the focus on the artists performing. With great acts and killer production who needs more. By the end of the night drinks flow..if you cared about prices why be in NYC anyway. Highline Rocks.
By belenlg1 on 7/12/2007
I know some nasty attitude is to be expected around the Meatpacking district, but when one shows up with a paid ticket to see a concert, some politeness should be in order. The bouncers try to look really tough by sneering at people, and worse even, the usual guy with the clipboard and the skinny jeans inside treats the people who have paid for their tickets like they are begging to get into Lindsay Lohan's private party, which is probably where he would like to be. Inside, it doesn't get much better. Grouchy waitresses pour watery drinks, and the sound is pretty bad unless one is literally sitting on the stage. We went to see a performance by three djs, among them Moby, and even though the show was scheduled to start at 9.30 Moby didn't show up until 1.30. This last bit might not be the venue's fault, but after a whole night of being treated like crap it sure didn't help.