by scott p. on
I was going to four star this review but I'm with the anti-haters on this place. Sound was great here. I'm just going to say that the music they played in the bar after the show was very loud and kind of bad but MAN are there worse places to see a show in NYC/Brooklyn.
by Seth Mencer on
cheap happy hour, decent atmosphere. i've been here a few times. i sat in the back the last time i was there, and i figured there might be waiter service..nope. so it was a bit annoying after i was comfortably settled in a couch to have to go get my drinks at the bar. the veggie burger i ordered was pretty good though, as were the fries. the gin and tonic was a bit watered down, so i'm going to stick to beer the next time i'm here. the music could be better as well, i'm tired of hearing bonjovi people! especially since only 3 songs by the band are ever played at any bar or even club! i like this place better in the summer when i can sit outside and chill with my friends. or at a time when i definitely see the beer pong table free. that is a plus point by the way: the games. they've got foosball, a shooting video game, pool, and beer pong. its fun if you're there with a big group and get there not too late after happy hour starts..which is about 5 i think.
by Valentin Bingler on
When you can't get in, everyone wants to go inside. Getting past the door guy will be a challenge. Be prepared to know someone or pay top dollar for a table. I think he said something like $3,000 in bottle service at 3:30 am. We weren't paying that. Luckily someone knew someone and we managed to slip through the door. The Box looks like quaint an old renovated theater with little converted box seats that have been converted for bottle service, just steps away from the burgundy and gold velvet curtains that open up to the stage, "the box". When the show starts, an usher comes through with a flashlight to clear the isles. Granted now it was close to 4 am and I wanted to see what the rage was about. A woman comes out in a stage wrapped in black electrical tape around her breasts, and around her legs, otherwise completely naked, she is holding a can of black paint and a paint brush. She proceeds to paint herself in black paint, very av-ante guard....and then...um...well, starts to get more personal with the same paint brush. My Italian friend looked at me and yawned. "Wanna get out of here?" We waited outside for 20 mins, we stayed for 20 minutes. It's not too shocking, or entertaining, but it makes for a good story and something to check of your to do list. Enjoy the show....
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