96 Lafayette St., New York, NY, 10013
nr. Walker St.
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By bobby.saban on 9/21/2013
Matrimony hits Santos Party House on 9/24, this tuesday! You don't want to miss this - they will take full advantage of the most intimate of venues in NYC. Come out!
By CathySmith on 3/13/2013
I feel as though everyone knows Krespi! I went out with him last weekend and he got us into the club almost immediately! Before I moved to NYC about a month ago, I was apathetic about the nightlife scene, but after I met Krespi, I've been going out almost every weekend! He is hands down the best promoter i know! (You can search him on fb or google and I'm sure you'll find him!) But back to the subject..... Santos Party House was pretty fun, however there is usually a LARGE crowd of people. (I have to push my way through the swarm of party-doers just to get to the VIP section.) As for the music, this place def. captures the hype of the party scene! Their range of songs usually seems to appeal to everyone in the club, so I would def. recommend it to anyone who loves to dance!
By ofer88 on 11/27/2012
I went over there last Saturday after my friend told me about this party. They had GREAT house music and it was fun :) The only problem with the place it that its getting super super crowded and its hard to get in. My friend gave me the number of a promoters who work there. He actually got us in from the back door for free, without waiting on line!!!! he even got us VIP wristbands and free drinks! His name was Crispy, and he told me i can tell everyone about him. his number is 6092713368 Enjoy it!!
By ferrarimaniac on 5/28/2011
I had a great night at this place with my friends, but the bartenders gave me a lot of crap and were not friendly or cheerful at all. They looked like they did not want to be there and were very slow at making drinks and were inconsistent. The first bartender told me there was a $30 minimum to charge credit cards and the second told me $20. The drinks were very pricey and the last bartender, the only girl there, told me my debit card was denied so I asked her to charge the amount I knew was on the card and I'd pay her the rest in cash with a huge tip; like $5. She refused to do so and would not give me back my card and practically held it hostage. When I got enough cash to give to her she ignored me and finally took the cash and did not give me my drinks until I screamed that she had my drinks in the back. She basically ruined my night and should be fired. Overall great place. Very friendly bouncers. Not the classiest club, but unique in it's own way. STAY AWAY FROM THE GIRL BARTENDER! HENCE THE 5. Otherwise this place would get an 8.
By dee4 on 9/11/2009
If you go there be prepared to take crap from the people working there. The service of the people working there is terrible, which is a shame because the music there is great.
By lolito on 8/21/2008
Definitely beats riding the L train out to the presently Â“defunctÂ” studio b for a pro electronica/house vibe/crowd.
By chloemontfort on 6/7/2008
New to the NYC club scene, this was indeed a wonderful kick off. Completely unaware of the history behind this club until coming across this neat little write up - Andrew WK should be proud, it's definitely a small package that packs a punch. I concur that if it had a little bit more room and a sound system one notch up, it would be 'banging'.
Picnics with a view, roller-skating nostalgia, and a party for gay headbangers.