In 2011, the Electric Room opened its doors for the first time. It kicked off with a performance by anyone other than the love of Courtney. This place can be accessed by a spiral staircase behind the graffiti-laden loading entrance or lobby, although most choose the former. The Electric Room is located at 355W 16th Street, New York, NY, 10011, below Dream Downtown.
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There are about 100 people in the intimate room where there is a full bar servicing, high-end spirits and speciality cocktail features. The electric room entrance is literally something that is a hole in the wall, but that is in the interior. Brown leather sofas featuring the Union Jack flag are laid out around the lounge while red velvet and black leather chairs line the perimeter The Electric Room has a novel, run-down entrance that makes you feel special about knowing where it is. For those who do not think of having a charge on their phone, the phone's charging station is available across the entire club.
No matter how they enter, those who are walking behind the perfect blue velvet curtains, they assure the stunner's single room, listed footballer Sienna Miller, the list of listed athletes and old rock stars who still know about the party. The deep room of the hotel, the Electric Room Rule Britannia cool, is highly fascinating with the entire strip's beautiful night, the crawler with wooden panelled walls, Gothic Chandelier, subversive graffiti and leather coach Old Glory and Union Jack. The Electric Room is a fully stocked bar that is located at the end of the hall, just past the DJ booth. Although no online beverage menu is available, it is assured to get an Electric Room signature drink, which changes from night to night.
Custom artwork, full sound system, 108 high-definition plasma screen TVs, and a comfort food menu that includes spicy meatballs, mini cheeseburgers and BLTs makes this place unforgettable for people who visit it. Difficult to find, electric rooms are even harder to leave. DJ's new rock and electronica touch at night as well as non-mainstream dance- punk mix like LCD sound system is there to refresh your mind. Every night, with an emphasis on Electric Room rock, the style plays an open format. The DJ booth is on the front and right of the lounge sofa, on your right side, and just before the bar.
Downtown Fashions, models, successful local artists, musicians, athletes, celebrities, and sometimes I- banker are thrown in for good measurements in the early 20s to 40s. On any night, rock and roll soundtrack moves from White Strip to Radiohead. For a curated experience, enjoy one of their signature nights; Sunday with a rotating open format DJ set with "DJ" and "Underground" electronic music.
One of the rules for dressing for the Electric Room is that you will love it. This is strictly enforced and bouncers have the right to refuse entries without consent. Sandals, shorts, athletic gear, and baggy or fitter jeans are out of the question. As an average Joe, your best bet is a button-down and a dress shoe. Ladies, when a brief, tight dress with heels is typical of NYC, Electric Room is not against to pants, jeans, shorts, and crop tops.