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125 E 11th St New York, NY 10003
125 East 11th StreetUSNew YorkNew York10003
(212) 353-1600websterhall.com
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3.5
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This nightclub, in a circa-1886 space, has bars, stages & dance floors on several levels.- Google
"The staff here is good, they offer a reliable coat check and nice atmosphere."
"Its very good service just the prices are a bit high"
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Andrew Main
a month ago
This is a very unique venue. There are stages on the first and second floors and even though it was PACKED when I was there, I was still served quickly. The third floor features additional bar space and balcony seating so you can watch your drunk friends make fools of themselves on the dance floor. We visited as part of Santacon. Not sure if they jacked up prices for all of the drunk people, but I definitely paid about 40 bucks for two rum and Cokes. Definitely won't be my regular spot when I visit the City.
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Tracy James
2 months ago
This place is legendary and i have been coming here for over 20 years. The setup is very Theater like on the first floor with 40ft ceilings and a good sized stage while the other levels are more clubish. The vibe seems better on Saturdays then on Fridays. Good have come back after being away for a while
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Janet Packard
a month ago
Extremely fun place for 90's night! It's great as they usually have all the floors open later on in the night with different sorts of music. Prices on drinks also tend to change at a certain time point and on special events.
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Jay Martin
3 months ago
I've been to two concerts here and went for the nightclub once. Absolutely 5/5 for the concerts. It can get pretty full but no matter where you are you'll be close enough to the stage for a good view; if you show up when doors open (typically about an hour before the opener) you can get in the first few rows in my experience. The sound system is wonderful and the bars get drinks out quickly but you may have to wait a few minutes. The nightclub on a Saturday night was fun but a bit underwhelming (3/5). All of the floors are open and there's plenty of fun dancing but it's not as full as a concert so there's a lot of open space. The night I went they're were a good number of older, creepyish men trying to hit on younger girls. Overall though the nightclub can be very fun if you're with a larger group of friends or just want to dance with your girlfriend/boyfriend
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Shunondo Basu
in the last week
Webster Hall is a landmark that anyone should visit at least once. The multi-level dance floors and overall atmosphere are really unique. Diverse crowd too mixed with locals and tourists. Unfortunately, the service leaves much to be desired as bars are chronically understaffed leaving bartenders overwhelmed. Bouncers are unnecessarily aggressive too and I saw covers being inconsistently charged. Things tend to become more manageable after 2:30, if you stay out late.
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Sam Metsfan
3 weeks ago
Like any trashy-on-the-inside New Yorker, I frequent Webster Hall when I'm looking for a free place to dance (free before midnight if you RSVP). I've seen some incredible shows here. It's started to go downhill lately, but honestly, the service folks have always been very rude, for the most part. And they illegally charge people for water aka they will refuse to give you tap water and make you buy a bottle of water for $6. They are money hungry, I get it, it's gross, but someone should really report them for that already.
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Marsha
2 months ago
Definitely a place for the younger crowd! Always have a good time coming here. Great variety also. They always seem to have multiple parties going on at once. I would not suggest anyone over 29 coming here. Its a wild party scene usually. The older people i see coming here usually look offended, stuck up and uptight.
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Victoria M.
a month ago
I choose to go to Webster Hall to see artists and bands I love. I go for the experience, or else I'd just listen to the music at home. However today, as the final band was in the middle of its set, my friend and I were going to go to coat check to grab our coats early. We had our coats in the studio area, and we thought that all we had to do was go downstairs and stand in the line there. Due to the volume of the event, the line for coat check was snaking up all the way to the top floor. We did not see this or know this. Instead of being informed in any way, a heavy set security guard with dark dyed blonde hair GRABBED my arm, and I swear she just starts yelling "WHERE ARE YOU GOING? WHERE ARE YOU GOING" and literally shifted my friend and I from where we were going into the direction of the line. We were fine with waiting on line, and we had no intention to skip. Right before she grabbed my friend, he was politely approached by another guard and told that the line began at the top of the stairs. Why did she feel the need to grab him if he was being told where to go? He was already being assisted, and there was no reason to be so rough with us. I understand that it was a sold out show and that she must have been under pressure but that's no way to speak to people, we felt like she was trying to heard us like sheep. I asked for her name and she refused to give me it. She told me she was the head of security and not to take it personal if we were trying to skip the line. To make matters worse, she got up all in my friends face telling him to have a nice day in the most passive aggressive tone, ushering us to the door. I asked for a manager and she said fine, go to the door. At the door we met Prime, who told us that he was the head of security (was the dirty blonde lady not the head of security then? Are they co-heads?) and apologized for the way we were treated and said that he would speak to her but again refused to give her name. I think that if she felt no guilt and if she was not doing anything wrong, she would have given us her name. There clearly needs to be a training on how to treat paying customers as customers, not less than yourself.
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