What a joke. I was so disappointed by my experience at this over-hyped over-priced joke. From the start, I had a feeling this place was not my style. I can understand having to wait on a Saturday night but at least be a little nice to us while we are waiting to spend money in your bar. The meathead loser bouncers were so rude to us I wanted to scream. It definitely did not help that when we finally did get in, the place was half empty. I will admit that we did enjoy the music but that was about the only good thing I can say about the place. I expect that drinks are expensive when in old city but I also expect a little alcohol too and that?s not part of there deal. Why people like this dump I?ll never know.
Good Time!. I have been here on a Saturday night and it was FUN. The DJ was good and so was the service. It was very crowded though, so be prepared to squeeze through the crowd!
problem with vip. My friends and myself went to 32 on night for a girls night out. We got there pretty early around 10ish and the place was dead. We ordered 2 bottles of Dom and went into the vip area. well by midnight we were ordering drinks by the glass bc we finished our 2 bottles of dom(which was $500.00 for just the dom). Well the hostess of the vip area told us we have to move out of our seats since we were no longer getting bottle service. I thought that was extremely rude since we were there earlier and drinking and spent around 800.00by that time that we had to be moved. They do not appreciate there patrons. I would not recommend buying pom there bc you know when your done they will kick you out.
Old City's hot spot for nightlife keeps it cool by serving shots in glasses made of ice..
This sleek space in the formerly bare-bones Upstairs at Nick's is outfitted in steely blues and low lights. 32 Degrees features two bars and ample space for mingling. VIPs reserve red-velvet booths in the front, where they're likely to use bottle service--iced-down bottles of vodka, Veuve Cliquot and more--rather than trot back and forth for libations. For those with an adventurous appetite, the raw bar is stocked with caviar sno-cones and tuna tartare.
Where were the Beautiful. I had heard that 32 was "white hot." So after shivering in line I was pretty confused when I entered. Where were all the beautiful ladies? It was a kind of grungy crowd of know it alls playing something called quizzo. And I got some major dirty looks for ordering an Appletini. Maybe I just got there to early, but I recommend Glam over this place.
32!!!!. Possibly the best bar/club in the city! A little on the pricey side -- and then again, what's price got to do with the great time you are guaranteed to have?!
32 degrees is CHEESE-CITY. This place charges $8 for a 7 & 7. And the believe me when I say the atmosphere is NOT worth it at ALL. You're better off going to teh Continental and at least seeing classy-looking people instead of cheesy cheesy cheesy ones.
What a Joke. This bar, thinking it can replace New York, is a magnet for those whose life ambition is to come across as a cool, big city hipster. What a joke. It is tiny, noisy, smoky and filled with "dumb blondes" waiting for a cocky older guy to flirt with them and buy thier friends drinks. Full of posers and always hosting lame-ass publicity-events due to it's "I MUST be cool" complex. Lots of pretentious and little substance. Do yourself a favor and get a drink somewhere else.
Don't Waste Your Time!. My friends and I visited this "hotspot" to see what all the hype was about - it was the worst place we've ever been to in Old City! The drinks were expensive and the lack of seating was ridiculous! All of the tables had pretentious reserved tags and there were no stools at either of the bars. If you think I'm standing around in this want-to-be euro club without hopes of sitting down you're crazy. We aren't going back and if you haven't tried it yet . . . don't waste your time. They need to take some of that money they got from our overpriced drinks and invest in better seating!
Smack of pretention.
The place itself was pleasing to the eye. However, the atmosphere was lacking, as it normally does when you pile in mindless drones who waft of pretention. Reminded me of half the people who inhabit StoneHarbor/Avalon...self esteem low enough that they only care what others think and have to be 'seen'. Notwithstanding the drones & bouncers, this place has potential.
Value not a premium here food or drink-wise.
Music and service were good. Better crowd at Bl. Martini.
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