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They lost my coat that I left at the coatroom giving it to someone else that obviously didn’t show them the right number. I asked to speak with a manager to solve the issue and this lady finally showed up after keeping me waiting for...More
To avoid, trap to tourists
We were 5 people coming for cocktails and enjoying the "360" view. The bar is on the 33rd floor of the Fairfield Inn.Before accessing the bar we have to wait in a room on the ground floor that a security...More
Booked via Groupon, really disappointed, service was ok, but food was inedible and drinks were vile, the hubby couldn't drink his and that's when I know something is really bad as he would usually be easily pleased. Would not recommend
The place is hyped up to be a great party spot. I attended a company sponsored event, and although the view was nice, the space was very tight, the drinks normal, and the food ok. I think there are a lot more interesting venues in...More
Do not invest your time and money in this mismanaged space. Rude staff require everyone to check their coats along with more rude staff limiting access to the elevators. Weak drinks and careless bartenders all add up for this hole to be the worst bar...More
Visited the rooftop bar after being lured into a 'free admission' pass offered on the eventbrite website. What a scam. Arrived just before 11pm and was told to queue outside for 1.5 hours. Once we got to the front the free pass was not valid...More
This bar is awesome it has a great view from the city and I love the music, ambiance, appetizers and drinks. Everything was great and I had a great time. If I visit NYC again i will definitely go back.
We stayed at the Fairfield for the weekend so we decided to pop up to the Sky Room for a drink. We didn't have to pay a cover charge since we were hotel guests. The drinks were fifteen dollars a piece and the music was...More