by susan s. on
I love the decor of this place. I've been here for club nights (gay and straight nights) as well as for a private memorial ceremony. The door is a little strict, but this is New York! All the places in Chelsea that are "clubs" are like this. If you look good, and you have some hot people with you, you will have no problem getting in the door. Dress to impress! Sound system is decent. Plenty of dance floor space.
by Trey Perrelli on
OFF THE FUCKING HOOK. Tuesday night, to be precise. 2 rooms, super-sweet bartenders, liquid music vibrations. The place was rockin', and had my body doing the same. Sweet bar tenders, irie atmosphere, and accessible for hippies like me who LOVE LOVE LOVE live music. To quote SF Weekly, "Jazz but not Least: Where to go for Jazz in San Francisco" : "...So where do you go in S.F.? If you're looking for newer sounds, head over to Bruno's on Mission Street, where jazz, funk, and hip hop get creatively shaken and stirred by veteran S.F. ensembles like The shotgun Wedding Quartet, Alphabet Soup, Mingus Amungus, and the Realistic Orchestra and Marcus Shelby, with his hip Ellington-ian big band...."
by Damien J. on
lol! 111... Minna... There's no substitute - on a Wednesday night. I have tried, dear SF, I have tried other places... so i know why i'm faithful to 111 on Wednesdays. Artwork?!? Puhlease. Bartenders are busy, be prepared to wait for your vodka. Don't set your expectations high, meet with all your friends and the regulars, and you'll have a blast! Do you know a place where the whole crowd is like family at 10pm when it closes? People complaining just do so because they are passive about this whole setting, they embark on the train and wait to be swept off their feet. How can you if you seat down? Stand up, say hi, go dance, offer a drink. Anything goes!