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Fashioned from a renovated 1930's sign factory, the Box is like one of those fabled, flapper-cluttered Gatsby parties--with the addition of burlesque dancers, circus oddities, and other strange folks you might find on Ripley's Believe It or Not. The old-timey, Prohibition-era decor--crystal chandeliers, an abandoned merry-go-round horse, the sepia color scheme--make the place appear as though it were plucked from your crazy great great aunt's photo album. But unlike Gatsby's parties, you can't just show up. Get a reservation or buddy up with the bouncer.
British soul has a new leading lady: Jessie Ware. Her deep-rooted love for '90s R&B has played a major part in shaping her elegant sound, while a strong appreciation for British bass music has enabled... More »
The secret is out. Warner Bros. waited to unwrap The Box until two days before its opening because, compared to its madcap predecessorsthe psychotic Holden Caulfield update Donnie Darko and the delirious welcome-to-the-21st-century extravaganza... More »
This place lures even the most jaded of celebs out of rehab! Oversize cushions and secluded VIP areas suggest a bordello with a hint of vaudeville. I love that the stage is the main event here, a show of fire-breathing, striptease, and rotating acts that might include, a brass troupe covering the likes of Nirvana...what could be better? I can tell you this, an elitist door policy assures you'll be making a pricey bottle service reservation unless you're very well connected. The Box slips into "Club" mode when models and bankers leave their booths to dance between shows. Price: $$$ Tip: Open Tuedays through Thursdays 11 pm to 4 am, Fridays and Saturdays 7 pm to 4 am.
Absolutely no one will notice you at the downtown pseudo-decadence-center The Box. First of all, you could cut the attitude with a hatchet, starting with the look given by the sadistic doorman as he deigns to let you come in and pay. Once inside, you'll find that the multilevel jewel box of a place is all shadows and fog, with dim lighting protecting those with bad skin and/or prison records. And with various salacious acts, usually involving diverse pairings of gender-benders and musclemen... More »
Though the club's crowd can sometimes be as boring as those found in a typical bottle-service venue, The Box's decor out-beautifies the beautiful people. Designed by Hecho Inc. (John Kole and Phil Morgan), with input from two of the club's owners, Richard Kimmel and Simon Hammerstein, the club is part 19th-century western saloon, part French cabaret, part opera house. A big wooden bar opens the elegant space; the wallpaper is a whimsical combo of cherubs and flappers, distressed and faded... More »
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