621 W. 46th St., New York , NY, 10036
nr. Eleventh Ave.
By regina15 on 10/16/2011
I came here for my 21st bday on Fri after a month of planning.I spent close to 1k.which I DID NOT plan on.I planned to buy1 bottle & was promised a VIP seat but instead got a corner table in the middle of a dance floor that was overcrowded & could barely seat just 1 person.Had to buy another $325 bottle +20% tax to get an actual half-decent seat...Many of my guests were denied entry because the door man was being a dick. My guests were not supposed to pay a cover (as mentioned by the host)if I was receiving bottle service.A bouncer even told one of my guests that he would only let him I'm if he paid him $60 +cover of $20.The population is predominantly caucasian, there's not a lot of diversity.They also said that music on a Friday would be "a mix of top 40, hip-hop, dance."They played 5 mins of not even up to date hip-hop and the rest of the night was a whole bunch of dance/techno shit I've NEVER heard on the radio before in my life. Bathrooms are small as hell. The side view is of a parking lot(rooftop is on 3rd flr)the only thing u don't have to worry about is lines.every1 seemed to be goin to the club across the st. Place completely blew mines to the point that no matter how many drinks I had I could not feel nice due 2 the stress of running downstairs every 5 mins cuz they weren't letting my ppl in. O yea & if u ever want bottle service here make sure u bring a credit card because they have 2 (preauthorize it) even if ur paying cash.something not previously mentioned
By alexandria11515 on 6/17/2011
We just called the event planner about the 4th of July party, if we had to pay $100 for our 4 yr old as we would be a family of 4. The guy said 'unfortunately yes,' and hung up on me. No explanation, no 'but if she was 2 she would not have to pay- no information, not helpful at all. Have to say, we do not recommend this place for families!!
By reviewer12348 on 8/31/2010
Went to Hudson Terrace and thought it totally sucked. The website makes this place look huge but it's not that big at all. They charge a hefty admission at the door and it would have a nice view if they actually let you see it. You're expected to stand in the pit-like dance floor with no view while they block the window area with the actual view unless you pay for bottle service at the tables there. So what did you pay for when you paid at the door? Nothing but the view of the brick walled building next to you and the sweat of the Jersey guy in the pit you're standing next to. Three drinks for $42 and there wasn't a drop of alcohol in any of them. The staff treats people like garbage, the bathroom looks like it belongs in a cheap dirty pub and the music is loud & sucky. I feel like this club is trying to bring back the pretentiousness of clubs from the 80's & 90's but people in 2010 aren't stupid enough to waste their money to be treated rudely & drink watered down drinks in a pit with no view. Maybe that's why this club mainly markets to meetup dot com groups because you'd only go there if you've never been there before or if you've never been to a club before.
By Jenh on 9/9/2009
I hope this place comes up with some good stuff for the winter. It was a usual hangout this summer with the rooftop and all. The lounge is pretty cool though, so I guess they can take the party indoors. Make the trip out there, it's worth it.
By robblack on 8/27/2009
I'm a big fan of the 2 for 1 and it was kinda unexpected to get a deal at this swanky place. They are trying hard to get people out to 46th and 12th and I'm glad I made the trip. Definitely worth an evening out--good views, good music and out of the thick of midtown.
By caesart on 8/26/2009
I really like that this bar doesn't take itself too seriously. I mean, they are doing a 70th Anniversary for the Wizard of Oz with dressed up people and dorky drinks. It's so refreshing to find a place like this! I went for a happy hour and liked the vibe, but I could do without the bump and grind. Just my style, I suppose Rooftop movies with drinks? Count me in
By MickT on 8/24/2009
I read an article on rooftop bars in the city trying to get my fix before it's too late. Glad I choose this one first because it is off the beaten path and I wasn't fighting for bar space! rooftop? check happy hour specials? check Good times had? check
By Marc12 on 8/20/2009
I was visiting from LA and felt like I was right back home when I walked in the door. This has all the glitz and glamor of Hollywood bars and clubs (for better or for worse depending on who you are). I'd say it's definitely worth the experience and you've only got the summer here to enjoy that rooftop so get it while you can. A "must have" in my opinion
By Bluescholar on 8/19/2009
So my office had a private party here and it was a great choice! The lounge decked out in leather with crystal chandeliers was a nice touch! The drinks were a bit pricey, but I wasn't paying! I'll come back on my own during Happy Hour to check out the everyday scene
By SWT on 8/16/2009
my friends and i came a lil early like around 9, so we were able to get a great seat and the bitchy server didn't even tell us about their 'policy' so we ordered pitchers of margaritas and food while waiting for 3 of our friends, when they came around 10,the people downstairs said they can't up come up because it's bottle service and for reservations only,so they explained that we were there already and they told r friends the that we have to get a bottle service with a minimum of $1000?! (are you kidding me?! they are on the 3rd floor for crying out loud and this in not a high end roof top!) or else our friends can't come up. so we decided to meet our friends on the 2nd floor, finished our pitcher and head out! this is the worst rooftop bar i've ever been to! never coming back here again and never will i recommend this. go to sky terrace,ava lounge or 230 5th where they have better views and better servers!
Picnics with a view, roller-skating nostalgia, and a party for gay headbangers.