Studio 54, New York City
About Studio 54, New York City
Studio 54, New York City - Address, Phone Number
Address: 254 W 54th St, New York, NY 10019, United States
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 12:00 pm - 07:30 pm Details
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If you want to visit a place which was as thriving as it is today even in the olden times, then Studio 54 is a perfect option for you. It opened in the year 1927 and was quite popular from the year 1977 to 1981. Made by Eugene De Roza, this place has a lovely and vibrant atmosphere and is a great place to have a good time with friends and your loved ones. The drinks here are quite lovely and is basically a great option to chill if you are looking at just spending a good time during the day.
Studio 54 Information
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Studio 54 Ticket Prices
- Depends on what you drink and eat.
How To reach Studio 54 by Public Transport
- Trains: A, B, C or D trains to 125th Street
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Studio 54, New York City Reviews - Write a Review
Great place! Got to see the incredible John Leguizamo performing Latin History for Morons. Absolutely great show, great theatre! Lovely staff.
Great place to see a show or any entertainment. Went to see John Leugizamo but unfortunately he was a kind of disappointment. The seats and facilities are well kept and looks like all seating offer great views.
Saw the John Leguizamo one man show here. Show was 3 stars, place is 3 stars. One the lower level the rows are a little too flat making it harder to see. I imagine it would be very difficult if you are short and have a tall person in front of you. Good bar with fast service. Bathrooms are about average.
If you think this is the Club from the oldies, its not. Its in the same location, and is now a theater. But cool to have been there. :)
Could use some restoration love....but the staff are great! They greet and seat very quickly and efficiently!
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