Subrosa - Event Venue Pricing starts at $5000

Subrosa - Event Venue Pricing starts at $5000

Event Space - Entire Space · New York, New York, United States

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An eclectic listening room dedicated to showcasing music, art, and culture. Located in New York’s Meatpacking District, with live music nightly, the venue’s focus is to provide a unique creative hub for the finest artists in Latin & World Music disciplines and beyond — in an intimate environment for musicians and fans alike.
The space is a destination for listeners to explore new globally-influenced music in an accessible setting.

• Ability to host events from 20 to 150 guests
• Seated Events – up to 100 guests
• Cocktail Receptions – up to 150 guests
• The modern industrial décor
• Large 15′ stage
• State of the art, sound & lighting
• On-site production engineer
• Food Services available
• Full service management staff
• Entertainment services available

Additional fees will apply:

Food and Beverage:
4 hour premium open bar, passed HDS for an hour = $85 pp ++

Production: One Tech Included

Coat Check: $2 pp

Contact host directly for more details!

  • Space Type: Entire Space
  • Furniture Type: Event Furniture
  • Accommodates: 16
  • Rooms:1
  • Guests:16
  • Bathrooms:4
  • Extra people: No Charge
  • Cleaning Fee: $0
  • Security Fee: $0
  • Weekly Price: $35000
  • Monthly Price: $150000
  • City: New York
  • State: New York
  • Country: United States
  • Address: New York, New York
    United States-10014
  • Cancellation: Strict

Overall Guest Satisfaction

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  • Profile Anonymous

    I've seen probably 30 shows here over the years, and it's been going downhill in the last year or two. Two stars: one for the good performances they get (Zoe Keating, God is an Astronaut, Lunasa, etc.), and one for finally having cider on the menu. Nice work. Now, the rest. This place has always had an identity crisis as to what it wants to be - restaurant, nightclub, or music space. In the last year, they've gutted the dinner menu to now only have a few paltry offerings, all of which aren't really great. It's probably better to go across the street to Chelsea Market for food before a show. We saw a show the other night and were seated on the second floor, and it was pretty awful due to the staff there. The performance was pretty quiet music, but the staff were talking loudly and banging things around. At one point towards the end of the show, someone started running a dishwasher in the bar. Really? Poor form. So yeah, I think it's time to go see shows at other places when possible. Oh well.

    November, 2016


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