Time Out says
Posted: Wed Jan 16 2013
After shutting down for major renovations, the one-time models-and-bottles clubs Marquee has reemerged, phoenixlike…as a models-and-bottles club! In fairness, Marquee 2.0 is an entirely different—and in our opinion, far better—beast than it was in its original incarntation, with more open space, disco lights of all manner (including an impressive LCD screen behind the booth) and enough general razzle-dazzle to make your head spin. Most importantly, the Friday-night bookings have been taken over by NYC power couple Sleepy & Boo, who have been bringing in the world's house-and-techo elite—Slam, Marco Carola, Damian Lazarus, the Martinez Brothers and the like—to work their four-to-the-floor magic.
Marquee 289 Tenth Ave
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