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20-30 Steinway St., Queens, NY, 11105
nr. Twentieth Ave.
Great spot for parties!
By AstoriaRecall on 5/20/2012
Went there for my 30th and had a blast with my friends, they gave of a fre cake and champagne with out bottle service reservation. so fun!!
Not good at all, actually Quite Bad....Avoid.
By Sunshine6901 on 6/12/2011
Went to this place at the reccomendation of a friend. The club seems to be run by amateurs. Seriously. They really do not have a clue what it means to run a club and cater to the one thing that is important, THE CUSTOMER. I'm not saying that a club needs to shake your hand when you walk in but the level of disrespect and people that just don't know what they are doing is really severe. The bathroom STINKS and toilets were overflowing, the white leather couches on the patio are now brown from dirt and forget about the drinks....watered down small plastic glasses made to look like glass. And dirty... Even the white front doors are filthy, They may be trying to be a NYC club, but they are failing miserably, and nothing wrong with the town but they are in Astoria trying to charge NYC prices. Go over the bridge to NYC, there are many other places where you can blow $500 for a night ang get something in return that is worth it and a little respect from the staff. I guess it is ok to go if you live local and want to get a bottled beer.....Sorry but Iam just being honest .Terrible too, because it looks like somene invested a lot in this place. Maybe, they should bring Gordon Ramsey in there to fix it by starting with a new staff.
i guess i can say noone including new york mag has been here since 2002. so different now
By jusjack on 12/29/2010
sushi is being served by the x chef of J J's really exceptional. Music is still house, r&b and a some greek for the natives. decor is insane, totally diff from the review. def should check it out
By johnnyrock on 7/18/2009
I guess nobody goes out of their way to party in queens but central lounge was just locals. The music was out dated and very mainstream. The look and atmosphere was super generic. There was no dance floor. (not like they needed one due to the fact that no one was really tryin to dance just kind of two stepin while pumpin their fist in the air). I mean, ppl when a house set comes on u house and when "throw your hands in the air" is on.......I mean u do accordingly. Although, the ladies were well dressed and I smoked a 3rd of a pack of reds while damn near seatin in the club........its an ok time if u don't live in the area.
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