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125 E. 11th St., New York, NY, 10003
nr. Third Ave.
By mpany23 on 4/20/2016
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By mpany23 on 4/5/2016
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By miao.pan on 2/24/2016
I host promote here, FOR Express GuestList/best table deals for Slate or other 50+ Venues in the city, Reach me/whatsapp @ + 1 917-885-1667; email@example.com, Facebook.com/mslist1, Or IG: Partywifmao"
Have you ever wanted to experience the club version of Axe Bodyspray?
By sarcasticmeow on 4/27/2010
Many arrive from New Jersey, or Westchester or even Connecticut to dance the forbidden dance of the Cha Cha Slide. Mickey Avalon blares from the speakers as you swig your vodka tonics and miller lights with limes leftover from the Bush administration garnishing them. The entire experience is a relic to a former era before Ed Hardy, where all you needed to get into the club was a striped shirt, dress shoes and pair of ripped jeans. Residents of Manhattan don't bother. This place is run by the Bridge and Tunnel gang. If you frequent MetroNorth, NJ Transit, or the LIRR, this is the place FOR YOU! No one will judge the rhinestones on your top or the gel in your hair. This place has the ambiance of a Jaeger bomb. I would suggest washing your hands after a late night of partying there. Many patrons produce a mucus known as "self tanner" and it gets everywhere.
What a disappointment!
By nieve74 on 4/16/2009
My husband and I went there last night. We got in without a problem. There was only a $5 charge to get in. There was a small crowd of people dancing, for some time. The bar was small. The music wasn't that good. I couldn't bother to go into the dance floor to dance!
21!st BDAY CELEBRATION
By Rasin on 1/25/2009
December 26th, 2008! My friends and I got dropped off via limo. We purchased tickets on line and were dropped off at Webster Hall! The Outside staff( not sure if they are security/ticket takers) were awlful (RUDE, COCKY, and un professional). We were not allowed in for NO apparent reason. They charged us for the tickets and what ever the reson was they should have refunded our tickets right on the spot. Huge disappointment and we were treated like a piece of garbage! After sharing this horrible experience I found out that this is how they run their club. Friends have been inside and said it was run the same way and would NEVER go back. So if I would have done my homework I would have found out its TERRIBLE!!!
A carnal experience it could be said...
By Kleinster on 11/21/2006
Webster Hall was NOTHING like the lounges and clubs my friends always take me to. But I mean that in a good way. Webster gave me and my friends a run for our money! The dancers were hot, the drinks were pretty strong, the dance floor was HUGE, and there were plenty of hotties running all over the club. I wouldn't go here every weekend, but it was a crazy carnal experience which ended with amateur strip tease at 3 in the morning. I'll be back for another crazy night somewhere down the line...
Best Chance for Romance!
By AllTrue on 1/5/2006
I went with a bunch of 30-something girlfriends for the Playgirl Revue (male strippers)at 8pm and stayed on until closing time! [We have seen the Savage Men male revue at Lucky Cheng's and another at 2i's and this was the best by far! The room was packed and the all-girl appreciative roars were actually deafening!!] Later, we had a surprisingly great time dancing every dance under the great big glamourous disco ball, watching shennanigans onstage and partying in the overlooking VIP balcony (for $250 bottle charge.) But best of all, we didn't really wind up dancing with each other, there were guys ALL OVER the place--almost a little hard to fend off at times!!! We actually kept in contact by phone with some for awhile but eventually dumped them all. Oh well--still the best dance night so far.
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