by Betty H. on
Very dirty. Bathrooms are disgusting as are floors and carpet. Rude bartender, very angry demeanor. Other bartender ate for a solid hour while we were there. Return? Maybe, only because it's like going to the zoo!
by Natasha R. on
I get the feeling that Supperclub has seriously declined in the last three years. It was my idea to try dinner here based on a recommendation from a friend, and I unwisely ignored the latest rateclub reviews. Don't get me wrong, I still love Supperclub. The decor and huge white couches make it like no other club in the city, nontraditional with an inviting modern twist. They usually play house music, but if I could catch them on a 90's throwback night- an evening of dancing could get no better. Dinner on the other hand- skip it. They spread out the courses over three+ hours- which I suspect is to make you run up a bar tab. The entertainment was amateur (which I expected) but it consisted of two five minute shows and the hostess skipping around in drag was more captivating than either of them. Secondly, I'm not a big fan of the set menu, your choices are vegetarian or not. It would be nice if they had something like three dishes per course for you to chose from (meat, seafood, or vegetarian). Thankfully though, when I discovered they were serving pork my waitress was kind enough to let me switch to the tofu patty dish. The food was good, but for what you are paying you can certainly do much much better. Dinner comes down to shelling out for the atmosphere, which I admit is fun for a date- eating dinner and snuggling on a huge white bed / couch listening to house beats. Next time though I would spend a Saturday night dining elsewhere and come here at 10pm for a cocktail, some dancing, and canoodling on the couch.