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Off The Hookah West Palm Beach
Hookah Bar$$
Today 5:00 pm – 4:00 am
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314 N Clematis St West Palm Beach, FL 33401
314 North Clematis StreetUSFloridaWest Palm Beach33401
(561) 837-8577offthehookah.com
$$Hookah Bar, Asian Restaurant
Hookah Bar
Asian Restaurant
Lounge
Mediterranean Restaurant
Today 5:00 pm – 4:00 am
Monday ClosedTuesday 5:00 pm – 4:00 amWednesday 5:00 pm – 4:00 amThursday 5:00 pm – 4:00 amFriday 5:00 pm – 4:00 amSaturday 5:00 pm – 4:00 amSunday Closed
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Hookah lounge with a clubby vibe offering drinks & globally inspired eats, plus DJs & belly dancers.- Google
"Love love their ladies nights."
"Our bartender was so nice and we had great drinks that were very strong."
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James Williams-Walker
a month ago
Very overrated. High Priced Drinks, I would suggest going after a pay day.
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Brittany Ingram
a year ago
The overall atmosphere of the club is nice, but I'm not pleased with the service of the business. I'd hate to say they are racist towards African Americans, but they are. Upon my visit, March 15, 2014, my friend and I were refused entrance due to our dress code, nice tops with silk shorts. We were dressed very nicely, because an employee gave us a compliment. We were told it was a dress night. After being let in, after waiting for the doorman to come, when seated, we spotted a couple with a jeans and tennis shoes on. My friend also had a birthday gathering on January 10, 2014, my friend's boyfriend(African American) was refused entrance due to his shirt being (FLASHY) . But a white man who had on a cartoon character shirt with worn jeans was let in. The dress code is complete foolishness to throw you off. It's not fair nor professional.
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Bryan Young
6 months ago
I wish there was a zero star..the do discriminate against African Americains... I went in during the winter season with Polo boots on and I was told no boots were allowed.... can't wait for them to go out of business. ZERO STAR
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Wally Aime
10 months ago
Great music, grate bar tenders and people, they have recently painted their walls Angel white... I liked the way it looked before.
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Lenny Mauricio Gomez
3 weeks ago
One of my favorite locations on Clematis Street in downtown West Palm Beach - Make sure to check out James Simmons on the patio each and every Friday at Off the Hookah!
solar solar
7 months ago
This place most definitely discriminates against blacks, I've witnessed whites being let in with sandals on while refusing entrance to blacks who wore tennis shoes. The blacks who works there are bunch of guys with no characters and balls for not standing up to this ongoing racism. I very much dislike this place for the way they arrogantly treats certain groups of people and the cops there aren't any better.
Brianne Daniels
a year ago
Normally on a Thursdays for ladies night I have a good time at Off the Hookah WPB. But this past Saturday I've called it quits on this establishment. On Saturday nights after midnight they like to "enforce" a collared shirt and dress shoes dress code for men. I understand rules and regulations, and protecting your brand. Though, in all reality there is no dress code enforcement at all. They use this "after midnight dress code" to discriminate paying customers from entering the club. So, more or less if they think your ugly or just don't want you in because your black or look different, they "enforce" an imaginary rule to keep you from entering the establishment. I for one don't believe in discrimination of any sort even if its how people dress. However, since there's no formal rule or law against it, establishments such as off the hookah feel its okay. If Off the Hookah would like to actually regulate and enforce their rules equally amongst everyone, no matter who you are, there wouldn't be a problem. But I don't want to put any more of my money into a place that I watched their management allow 8 people not of "dress code" into their establishment and yet discriminate the against the people I was joining by developing a false reason for rejection. It's moments like this that people need to speak up about so we can address these issues and progress forward.
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Sara Williams
a year ago
Off The Hookah at West Palm Beach was by far the WORST experience I had this past New Year's Eve (December 31st, 2013). Let me start off by saying how unprofessional they are at that location. The manager (owner of the location) was very rude and nasty. I purchased pre-ordered tickets online for the masquerade ball event that was advertised on their website and when I was standing in line to get in the place the bouncer would not let me in simply because my name was not on the list. I showed my confirmation email that was sent to my phone showing my proof of purchase and they still would not let me in. I was then told by another bouncer that I had to go back and form the line and pay an entrance fee. The website was clearly a scam and I wanted my money back, being that they did not associate with the ticket sellers I couldn't be issued a refund. So now I'm still in the mist of being beat out of my money and paying the price of purchasing tickets online for my convenience.
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