by Sam L. on
went here for my eighteenth birthday. heard of this place because i watched top chef and knew who the owner was richard bias by the way. First off the decor is VERY trendacious. now on to the food. the portions are more for lunch than dinner very small burgers especially for the$39 kobe beef burger which is honestly very over priced but it was my birthday and I have a fondness for kobe beef which i only had once before this meal and you have to order the fries seperatly. i got vodka battered onion rings which were very cheap for this type of restaurant $3.50 to be exact. for desert I had probably the most fattening milkshke on the planet, a krispy kreme donut milk shake very good yet very different. worth a try at least
by sarah F. on
Rouge is a place to go when you're drunk already, and don't really care where you go. I've been here several times, and have never truly been impressed. However, if you're a girl and want to dance on the bar, they will give you a free shot (whopee). Anyhow, this place is okay to go to early in the night to get started, but not a great place to make a night of it. It's kind of like a frat party, with obnoxious drunk girls and guys. The bartenders are nice, however, and can make a really good Bahama Mama shot and a mean dirty martini. That's pretty much all I have to say about Rouge.
by Cristen Decastro on
$60 standing room only on NYE's. Lots of energy, plenty of dance floor space, festive decor & easy drink access! Crowd: Mixed, respectful, no pushing here! Coat check: cheap, $1 per item. Hint: If coming for a special event, get there a little early or on time to ensure your territory. Got carried away at dinner and missed most of the show: The New Morty Show featuring Connie Champagne & Vise Grip and Big Sandy & His Fly-Rite Boys and The Frisky Frolics and Ramshackle Romeos and Kitty Kitty Bang Bang Burlesque and special appearances by The Girl in the Fishbowl With complimentary glass of champagne, hats, party favors & traditional balloon drop. Cocktail Attire- Black Tie Optional. Doors at 8 p.m. Tickets are $60. 21 & over are welcome