beautiful downtown skyline, friendly service, rude staff, great drinks, terrible setup, good music, worst clubbing experience
trust me its the worst!!. worst club ever!! $40 dollars minimum for credit/debit card for a shitty club! worst crowd, music sucks! And the bartender which i think is even the owner have no idea how to run a club!
worst ever, will never ever EVER go back to this place.
set up was just so bad!terrible crowd and bartenders did not know what they were doing and CHARGED MY CARD TWICE!!!
Worst venue in my life, and I've been to alot. Terrible set-up, etremely rude staff, an absolutely terrible place. On top of everything else, they were charging between $5 and $8 for a small bottle of water (thats right, the price of water varied throughout the evening). I find difficulty expressing just how awful this place is. If Jimi Hendrix were brought back to life so that he could play one show at Club Soho, and I had a free ticket, I wouldn't go.
DONT GO HERE.
This might have been the worst clubbing experience I've ever had. The bathrooms did not have mirrors, it was under construction, dirty everywhere. How they are allowed to operate at this time is beyond me.
The drinks are also outragous. $19 for an Incredible Hulk? $15 for a vodka/redbull? This is more expensive than Hollywood clubs, but not even close to them in what it offers. There were even maggots in a kamakaze that a girl next to me complained about. Disgusting. Literally. The bartender made another one and it was the same. He tried for the third time using a different lime juice, and it was clean. Which means that bottle of lime juice had maggots in it, but they were still using it.
I have no clue how this place passes the sanitation requirements.
I'm back in LA from new York... I 'm so impressed that SoHo is still the best out from all new clubs in Hollywood, I was told that downtown is out, Hollywood is In...but after all the clubbing, I just don't mind to drive down there from Westside for the friendly service, great drinks, good music and the beautiful downtown skyline from SoHo's patio.
Can't ask more for a great night.
Downtown club kid paradise rivals legendary New York super clubs with its cosmopolitan vibe, in-the-know crowd and sprawling digs..
Once owned by pop icon Prince, this renovated megaclub is a rare gem in SoCal's late-night scene. Reminiscent of famous Big Apple dance emporiums like Arc and Centro-Fly, this massive space boasts a two-story deep main room, several ample lounges and discreet corner balconies. The slightly more intimate open-air smoking lounge features a retractable glass wall that opens to reveal a breathtaking panoramic view of the downtown skyline.
The sheer massiveness of this sleek club evokes an urban sophistication that is hard to come by at most flavor-of-the-week nightspots in Hollywood. The painfully cool regulars are a diverse bunch but rarely look a day over 21. An intense passion for pumping bass beats--trance and techno on Fridays, hip-hop on Saturdays--quickly emerges as the common bond on the red-hot dance floor, which is consistently full but not uncomfortably crowded.
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