302 Broome St., New York, NY, 10002
nr. Forsythe St.
By bmj06 on 3/2/2008
I had my birthday party here and it was great. Fun vibe, friendly staff, tasty drinks, good music. I reserved a room and it was perfect. Gave everyone a place to throw their coats, sit down, and it was right by the bar. It's a little far off the beaten path, but it's the only club on the street so nobody had a problem finding it. Everybody told me they had a great time. Will definitely have more parties there in the future.
By fsfumi on 1/17/2009
What can be more titillative an experience than discovering a venue in a forlorn corner of grubby Chinatown? I have to say, at first, I was expecting a detergent-smelling, flagging dive when I saw the dimly-lit store front and black-tinted windows as I approached Broome street. I'm glad I didn't hop on the taxi nearby; upon entering the sauna-turned-dance floor of bouncing, vibrant light beams and eclectic beat, I was convinced I found a place where the uniqueness and frolic other venues have failed to cater. This place is worth a visit.
By xd95678 on 9/13/2009
I had fun at this establishment - it's in the middle of nowhere, but I think it adds to the fun. I went for a friends birthday party and had no issues getting in the place. The music was decent and the crowd really enjoyed it. This place is really not models and bottles - there are all types of people there. Drinks seemed to be standard prices for NYC. This would not be my number 1 choice for going out, but if someone else were having a birthday party at this club, I wouldn't hesitate to go. It was certainly a new and interesting place.
By mrchuckbass on 2/6/2010
showed up with some bros to get a relaxing massage frommy favorite girl kandy, was disappointed to find out that it had been turned into a night club.. major bummer anyways the night started off happy and became unhappy after being kicked out for asking the upstairs bartender how much it would cost for an actual happy ending. the people have no sense of humor here.
By MLH5704 on 1/29/2011
While this used to be a sexy, sweaty dance spot with yummy cocktails and yummy company it is now a terrible mix of a tourist attraction for those young out-of-towners and NYU brats. No one ends their night truly happy after spending some time here.
Picnics with a view, roller-skating nostalgia, and a party for gay headbangers.