Liquid Ice Night Club
250 W Route 59, Nanuet, NY 10954
06/07/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I went to this place last Friday night. I live about a mile away and drove past many times thinking I had to check it out. We arrived at about midnight. There was a group of about 5 or 6 bouncers outside who seamed rather pushy. We paid the 10 dollar cover and entered the club to find the place completely empty. At the bar I noticed how dirty and grimy the place was. I ordered a drink that was delivered in a plastic cup and watered down. I had to get my second choice because apparently they did not have baccardi lemon. We went to sit on a pleather (fake leather) sofa which was repaired with black duct tape. Stayed for about 20 minutes and about 2 shady men wondered in. It was a complete waste of my time and the effects seamed cheasy and the DJ sucked! I should have known when I saw the posted sign of ""No Refunds"", that usally means, Our service sucks, and we need your cash! I am sure the place will be out of business before you read this.
Liquid Ice Nightclub is one of New York Party Hot Spots. This is a million dollar transformation of Special Effects including a CO2 Blast of Liquid Ice to cool the Dance Floor, Anti-Gravity Waterfall, Vortex Tornado Effects, Laser Lighting, 12' Water Fall with Digital Imaging, LED Dance Floor and a Thunderous Sound. Liquid Ice Nightclub is the tri-states best New York Dance Club. The party is from 10pm - 4:00am
21 and over | Dress Code Trendy but Fashionable
Being new to upstate NY and having just moved from Miami, I was excited to go to Liquid Ice. They boast about the LED-lit dance floor and glowing waterfalls which are very reminiscent of the trendy upscale nightclubs back home. On their website they advertise that ""trendy attire"" is a must. I was EXTREMELY disappointed that upon arrival at about 12am on a Friday night and after rigorous security check there were about 5 patrons in the entire club, myself and my date included. As the night progressed nothing but sleazy sketchy looking people in dirty sneakers and outdated discount clothing trickled in. The dance floor looked OK, but the rest of the club looked like it lacked proper housekeeping, making the rest of the decor look CHEAP and very unclassy. It was overpriced with the $10 cover charge each (ladies included) - they should be the ones paying people for even coming. Forget trying to get a decent glass of wine - No Pinot Noir and the Merlot I settled for was SPOILED! The music was OK as there was a dj from a local station there but that's it. ""D"" class all the way: including the ""tv personalities"" that frequent the place. Horrible. Don't waste your time, money, or gas getting to this place.
You know u loved Liquid Ice...at the time you didn't mind snuggling up on your D class tv people...
but now that your sober it sux huh...and the drinks are good nothing like a warm Corona to get the party started...DJ was jamming felt like i was in high school all over again with the top hits from 1995 blaring thru the speakers...the dress code was dope fresh...Mecca, South Pole, Fubu...all the latest fashion...the decor is nice and reminds me of an upscale home depot...the neon lights made me feel like i was rolling bars...and it was only ten dollars to get in...for a balla like me that usually throws stacks in the air that was a nice savings...glad security was there to make me feel more comfortable...i felt ok leaving my strap in the whip...word is born son i will def be up in that mutha this weekend making it rain