10 Columbus Cir, New York, NY 10019
Phone: (212) 823-9769
Primary Phone: (212) 823-9769
Stone Rose New York
Stone Rose Lounge
Parking: Garage, Street
Bike Parking: No
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Alcohol: Full Bar
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
Pets Allowed: No
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09/16/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Although in good location poor service and nasty attitude of the staff will run this place into the ground. Waitress identified as 23 Tenille on the receipt was very rude and seemed annoyed. Our group of about 50 people on a very slow night received very poor service and only frowns. The manager Russ kept on interrupting our conversations with ridiculous request to move to different parts of the venue and order drinks from the bar because the waitress was not making enough tips and was being confused by so many people ordering drinks. I would stay away from this place at all costs.
12/30/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Spend New Year's Eve 2011 at the glamorous Stone Rose and have a New Year's celebration with true New York flair. The most glamorous party in Manhattan is located at the premier address of Manhattan, Stone Rose at the Time Warner Center. Rated as the swankiest lounge in New York City by Vogue Magazine, Stone Rose emanates style and sophistication. The best part ? There's still time to get tickets for this party! Stone Rose is your New Year's Eve 2011 destination of choice to revel, romance, dance & merry-make!
09/22/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Stone Rose is a beautiful lounge and the view to the Central Park is spectacular.
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06/28/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Stone Rose is a very beautiful, classy and scenic lounge. You can see Central Park from the venue. Their cocktails are great and strong.
It is great for chit chat with friends at this upscale and quiet lounge. Don't expect to come here to see roudy crazy drunk people or hear loud blasting music.
Of course the drinks here reflect the UWS prices so come prepared!
12/16/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Tickets are available at a discount through this weekend. $115 for GAs & $165 for Table Reservations *Prices will go up.
Spend New Year's Eve 2010 at the glamorous Stone Rose and have a New Year's celebration with true New York flair.
The most glamorous party in Manhattan is located at the premier address of Manhattan, Stone Rose at the Time Warner Center. Rated as the swankiest lounge in New York City by Vogue Magazine, Stone Rose emanates style and sophistication. The creation of hotel-bar titan Rande Gerber, Stone Rose, is an expansive 5,500 square foot lounge located on the fourth floor of the prestigious five-star Time Warner Center, unequivocally the most celebrated address on the perimeter of Central Park.
Known the world over as the lounge destination for the privileged and the beautiful, Stone Rose at the Time Warner Center has played host to many celebrities, socialites, fashionistas and young financiers
Stone Rose exudes a sensual aura where the lights are dim and the energy is high. The sweeping views from the expansive floor to ceiling walls of windows overlooking Central Park and Columbus Circle are incomparable. Stone Rose, a perfect backdrop to ring in 2009! The decor of posh banquettes, plush sofas and geometric chairs accents the sexual undertones of STONE (masculinity) and ROSE (femininity). The contrasting elements define this watering hole to the fabulous. The cool marble dance floor will heat up with a world renowned DJ spinning sets of hip hop, rock, dance and 80's and the warm rosewood paneled nooks sets the perfect ambiance for when you want to chill.
Stone Rose is your New Year's Eve 2010 destination of choice to revel, romance, dance & merry-make!
02/26/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I don't even know where to begin...
Last week a date took me to Stone Rose for drinks and the view. The view was great. That was the only thing that was great. The service was the worst I have had anywhere! The bouncer was flirting with some girl on our way in and didn't even notice us standing there until we asked to be seated. He was very nice as he was seating us, but it was the beginning of a very long evening.
We waited for 10 minutes before anyone even took our order and our waitress treated us like we were a major inconvenience. We could see her standing near the bar talking and flirting with the bouncer while we sat and waited for our drinks. (Same thing happened when we wanted to order another round, which took another 15 minutes just to flag her down). The waitresses all acted like they were hot s**t and wayyyy to busy to be bothered to serve drinks...you know, it's not like it's their job or anything! I hate to break it to you, but tiny skirts, boots and cleavage don't cover up the fact that most of you are way past your prime in a job you probably took while you attempted to ""make it big"" elsewhere. Good luck, I hope you like waitressing.
We tried to make the best of the situation, after all the view really is beautiful, but the flirtatious staff and long waits for expensive drinks made this a terrible date. An hour and a half and two drinks later we decided to go elsewhere. On our way out the staff was too busy to say goodbye and the bouncer was busy fliritng again. (What is this place a big singles bar for the staff to meet people?!!)
There are plenty of places that are more accommodating and not as stuck up as Stone Rose. I would not recommend this place to anyone but people on business meetings with corporate cards and no souls (they will fit right in).
02/08/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Stone Rose on a Saturday night is laden with half nked chubby 25 year-olds staring at their own reflections while practicing dance moves on the bathroom line. Egotistical bouncers named Andre pick fights wtih patrons in order to showcase their old high school wrestling moves (see other posts, this is not a one off incident). Staff breathe down your neck and tell you whatever spot you are standing in is 'reserved,' after they use the threat of Andre's Full Nelson to make you move. The recession will hopefully force this place to learn some manners. Spend your hard earned money at an establishment that actually values its customers.
01/28/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I went there in mid-December with friends, and we had a blast. The drinks are great, and I loved the food. The staff was great, very polite and attentive. Very comfortable; we spent a couple of hours there. If you're ever in Manhattan, it's worth a stop.
12/31/2008Provided by Citysearch -
friends and i went recently, the food was horrible and the manager and bouncer were actually so rude that we ended up leaving early; i was waiting on line for the bathroom on a saturday nite when a female mgr jumped the ridiculously long line (only 2 stalls), when another patron asked her what she was doing, she announced that she was a manager and that if the patron had an issue with that she should leave. Two minutes later a bouncer came in and asked the girl that complained to come with him and that she needed to leave. it was like the gestapo - no joke - who do these people think they are? Randy Gerber needs to stop in and see what his staff are up to - nice view - trashy staff - I will not go back