Secret Room NYC
Time Out says
A speakeasy tucked away within a Hell’s Kitchen basement, this bar and event space is a bright and eclectic venue. The aesthetic is disco-come-industrial, where plush velvet furniture meets exposed brickwork, metal piping and chrome features. With a state-of-the-art lighting rig and stage, the set up here is clearly tailored to entertainment—and you}ll be able to catch everything from burlesque and belly dance to stand-up comedy and dinner theatre performances.
As for the menu, you’ll be able to tuck into classic bar nibbles, such as french fries, beef sliders and chicken wings. Entrees include the likes of seafood fettuccine, herb-roasted chicken and grilled Atlantic salmon, plus a variety of pizzas. If you’re with a large group, try one of the group platters (there is an extensive menu) and for drinks, there is a large list of cocktails, wines and beers to pick from. Hookah is also available.
|Cross street:||between 44th Street and 45th Street|
|Opening hours:||Thur-Sat 5:00pm - 4:00am|
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We attended the TRUFFLES: Music! Mushrooms! Murder!!! Dinner Show here, and while it had its humorous moments, the terrible service ruined the experience. We have very sensitive food allergies (nuts, dairy, etc.), and in addition to listing our dietary restrictions when we purchased our tickets, we notified our server and the manager (Grant) when we arrived. They still brought us dishes that we couldn’t eat and tried arguing that they were safe for us to consume. It was obvious to us and the people sitting nearby that they weren’t, but the staff and manager were rude and didn’t do anything to fix it. After spending $150 on two tickets, we literally left this “dinner show” without having a meal. The cherry on top was they asked us to email them so they could process some sort of refund and then refused to do so a week later. Don’t waste your time here. There are MANY other places in the area that care about their customers.
I was a bit reluctant to go here, since there was only one review. This is the best kept secret (room) in town! Only in NY can you see such a high calibre of musicians performing jazz numbers from the 20's A talented DJ picked up the time when the band took a break, playing sampled tunes and mixing with old-timey music. We even had a guest trombonist, Ron Wilkin, from the Birdland orchestra, sit in on the evening's session. What a treat.
It's a vaudeville-style review, with an emcee that is a cross between Liza Minelli and Ethel Merman. Boy, can she belt out a tune! The tap dancer was also good, but the dancers on the dance floor (professionals out on the town) were amazing to watch. You can have some dinner there and dance your heart out. And people were!
Cocktails and wine selection were good, but the food was very mediocre. I would stick to drinks and snacks.
I highly recommend this spot and will come back again!
I went last Friday, my first time at the place and had a great time! The venue is incredible and the Prohibition Friday event was outstanding! Great bar staff, fantastic space, and an incredible band! In a city filled with Friday night options, this will be my regular spot.