by Zachary Sidle on
nothing really special about this place, but sean og has a very comfortable feel - the type of feeling that makes you want to drink and relax. stopped in on a random weekday and the place was almost empty, but we still received great service at the bar - both with drinks and food.
by April P. on
A buddy of mine came into town from the east coast and was in the mood for a Hollywood night. Our crew got a room at the SLS, took at taxi over and had bottle service on the patio. The only sucky thing about the patio was the smoking and the distance from the music, but this place was fun. It's intimate and the crowd is fun - definitely a good place for guys with respect to the guy:girl. The 3 guys that I went with loved it. DJ was a lot of fun on Saturday night. Ladies if you get there early enough, you should have no problem getting in. By the end of the night everyone was dancing - good times.
by Pat Raiche on
I used to dance in the belly of the ship for most of my first years in NYC. I was excited when they reopened- and hurried down to the "new" frying pan. Worst bartenders EVER. First time we went we were ignored for 20 minutes- even when we were sitting at the bar 4 ft from the bartender (she basically stayed in the corner and didn't look over the length of the bar the entire time-- and we were waving and saying "hi, excuse me?" very politely. We decided to give it another go-- because the food looked amazing, the sun was out and we assumed that one bartender just sucked. A new bartender was there and gave us a vodka soda splash of orange--- without any vodka! She rolled her eyes and angrily remade our drink with about 1/2 oz pour of vodka in each-- for $16! INSANE. The ambience is great- so this allows them to have crappy service and still make money. Not any more of our money.