by Isaac B. on
Since it was renovated some have had differing views. I haven't been many times since then, but if you are a electronic music fan and want a more intimate experience for dancing it's one of the better small clubs we have left as a city, especially for deep, funky and soulful house. Other genres come through too, but this is not a place you will come to see the kind of DJ's who spin in big rooms for. They support local scenes which automatically gets a thumbs up since that is a major problem for local musicians in NYC. The last time there was at a DJ Disciple party, and like his crowd is usually, it was very mixed and down to earth types. That's the thing some seem to not understand is that Sullivan Room caters to a lot of crowds depending on who's playing. It's identity has been more for deep, funky, soulful and tech house, but breaks DJ's throw parties here, as well as some techno and other electronic music artists. So the crowd on one night can be vastly different than another. A good option to check into and is far less pretentious and down-to-earth-like than many of the other bars and clubs that folks go out to in NYC.
by Ozella Uc on
This club just plain out sucks. One of the worst clubs in Atlanta. The lines did stretch around the block( they were only letting people in one at a time in groups) so I'm thinking cause its packed. I paid $20 (didn't even pay that much when Visions was open) to get in and once I was, I'm thinking wth, theres no one in here!!!! Not to mention the DJ's Suck.