191 Chrystie St., New York, NY, 10002
nr. Stanton St.
By spaciobasio on 12/6/2003
i think i had a very good time.I was drunk and a girl kicked me in the leg.
By genius on 12/15/2003
I don't go out that much anymore, but this place is very chill. The music was great, with a DJ spinning reggae and guys rapping over it on the open mike...dub style. Very unique.
By japru on 8/1/2005
The revived Kush is better than ever. The bar is beautifully decorated. The drinks are strong and the innovative 'specialty cocktails' are worth the extra change. Of course the music is still cutting edge and depending on the crowd and time can be perfect to chill to or move to. Kush blends the refinement of the city's best lounges with a casual authenticity that's hard to find.
By phoebe on 10/24/2006
We absolutely loved this place when we went for my friend's bachelorette party!!! Everyone treated so well from the first phone call! They catered to our every need from the front door to the tables. The decor is out of this world, cozy and warm yet elegant at the same time. You feel as if you've been swept away to Morocco for the night. We had delicious drinks and appetizers early on and then stayed for the DJ dance party with the most awesome belly dance show. After 11pm our area was supposed to be bottle service only, but they have these pitchers of cocktails that are an awesome alternative. We loved this place!
By onemoretimearound on 2/20/2009
The vibe was ok, but the service was the worst I've ever had. I ordered a hookah for $30, but it didn't work. I reported the problem and they gave me another coal for it... it still didn't work. Then they told me we had been smoking it for too long, only it hadn't worked from the start. Then they charged me $10 for the extra coal they gave me (a pack of 12 coals cost $2 at any smoke shop). Turns out there was a hole in the hose-- "too bad for you", they said. The food was terrible too, and the music was all wrong -- The only thing they had right was the decor.
By ck0007 on 7/29/2009
I planned my best friend's bachelorette party here last Saturday for a group of 15 girls and we had an awesome time. We didn't have a problem getting in or anyone else that came later who joined our party. Our group had a great time dancing the night away and enjoy our corner table that we reserved in advance - the required bottle service is a con, however, there aren't many lounges in NYC that you can reserve a table without a minimum. The management and staff at Kush were friendly and ensured our group had fun. I would go back there again for a celebration.
By JelenaHalli on 10/16/2009
Recently hosted a corporate event at Kush lounge. My clients and VP team were extremely happy. The food was amazing but the service and ease of creating the event was astonishing. Kush will definitely see more of me via for business and personal time! Grade A++
By MonkishMallard on 3/20/2010
I have never been so ripped off and abused by a lounge in my life! The place COMPLETELY RIPPED US OFF on the bill charging unjustified gratuity and charging us an amount that was not previously discussed when we booked our party there. We politely objected to the bill and the GM Tim came out and VERBALLY ABUSED & THREATENED us before even asking what the issue was. The GM Tim is a complete snake and will lure you in with a 2 for 1 deal on bottles on a Friday which sounds great, but DO NOT BE FOOLED, YOU WILL PAY FOR IT!
By ladypinc on 5/17/2010
Went out with a group of friends on Thursday and ended up at Kush - and lo and behold they were holding a new party called "FREE THINKING NYC" - it was awesome! The music (two DJ's) was super cool - everything from Slick Rick to The Smiths to Gangstarr and the vibe of the place was great. It was crowded but still had great service and room to dance! This party is a must to check out every other Thursday - I wish it was every Thursday!
By athruz on 5/17/2010
The DJ last thursday night played such great stuff from New Order to random Madonna's songs I never hear out anymore! See you this thursday KUSHY
Picnics with a view, roller-skating nostalgia, and a party for gay headbangers.