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643 Broadway, New York, NY, 10012
at Bleecker St.
New to town, liked this place, but...
By reynocx on 7/28/2005
ONCE we got in, I felt right at home. Just moved up from Houston to Murray Hill looking for a place/club i can call home. I'm finding out very quickly how the system works around here...you either know someone or you do bottle service (ouch$$)to get you in the door . Otherwise you AIN'T gettin' in. It's like this in H-town now just not quite as pretentious, but they're working on it. Anyway, luckily this guy Matt who obviously knows someone at table 50 was outside gathering his crew to get in the door, no line, no cover and he saw us poor newbies to the NYC scene were kicked to the curb and included us in his group. NICE guy...wouldn't even let me buy him a drink. So to sum up, once we got past the door guys, i loved this place, great/nice/good looking bartenders, great dj (we danced our arses off), hot crowd and cozy/dark decor perfect for getting a little dirty on the dance flo'. Reccomendations, call ahead for bottle svc for no line, no cover (TO FREAKIN JUST GET IN), gather your peeps, and spank it on the dance floor!
Olives for days!!!
By nikki212 on 6/17/2004
Extra olives? The olives were so plentiful that they practically overflowed the martini glass!! Table 50 is quite possibly the most fantastic space you haven't heard of, and hopefully it stays that way...with an insane DJ spinning that evening and hipster/ celebrity following, it's only a matter of time before the secret's out on this speakeasy-style underground space. The waitstaff and bartenders are the perfect eye candy to compliment the delicious concoctions they mix and pour. A much needed breath of fresh air from E10th b/w 27th and 29th bullshit!!!
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