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657 Harrison St. (Hawthorne Ln.) Send to Phone
An outlandish restaurant-performance experience where guests dine while lounging on beds.

Dinner Thurs.-Sun.
Open late

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED supperclub Restaurant Review

: Relax. You should, because you're going to be here for a while. A concept transplanted from Amsterdam, supperclub is an ambitious and unexpected restaurant experience where guests dine while lounging on beds. After passing through the inky black front hall you can linger over a cocktail at the red circular bar with a ceiling of disco balls overhead. There is one seating a night in the stark-white, theatre-like main dining salon; each reservation party is shown to their appointed spot on the enormous, pillow-strewn bed that lines the room’s perimeter. Shoes come off, the doors are closed, and the three- to five-hour experience begins. The evening's entertainment could include a drag queen, a contortionist, a massage station, painters, aerialists and a tightrope walker. The five-course California menu changes nightly (trays and other comforts are provided); for the price some dishes might benefit from more streamlined execution. A soft honey and almond velouté lends itself well to the surrounding innuendo; a tough New York strip steak with too-heavy chocolate-wine sauce does not.
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