by Miles H. on
Steak was just OK, but the sides were quite interesting & good. Design of the restaurant was VERY cool. Service was pretty good, nothing to write home about. The "scenary", as always in meatpacking, was fantastic. Good place for new age, amped up steak in the meat packing district. This ain't your CLASSIC steakhouse.
by noel j. on
sometimes you can frequent a venue a little too much that you have to take a break from it so saturday night's soirée was our welcome back party. after my beloved, dirty arrow bar closed 222 hyde was all the fun. who couldn't resist gold chains singing (sadly without sue cie) or 60's soul in an intimate basement? i certainly couldn't, but after a while it just got too packed, too sticky and i moved on. well, i heard the space closed and i was a bit sad, but not surprised. if only i was around when it was blackhawk, how divine it must of been... anyways it has opened again and nostalgia was in the air! we arrived around midnight to see woofly http://www.youtube.com...(love his name) play records and we danced our asses off like old times, i did not partake in the drinking as i had my share at amelie earlier in the evening but my friends were pleased with their very strong drinks. it wasn't too packed but all the familiar faces were present and that's very cool. i left with a drenched back and i slept like a baby. i don't know who the new owners are but the fan on the dance floor was sublime so thank you. i would like to mention that the last owner of 222 hyde has opened a very cool store recently, go check it out and support local businesses! http://www.rateclubs.com/bi...