NYC Party Guide

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107 Rivington St, New York, NY 10002 107 Rivington St, New York Directions
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For a knock-your-socks-off type of meal, the delicious bites at NYC Party Guide come with a serious wow factor that will impress almost any New York diner.

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I bought these tickets on your site. I purchased 2 for the New Years Eve 2016 at Hotel on Rivington. These are the terms of what the seller promised: Five-hour premium open bar One-hour stationed buffet Champagne toast at midnight Also "Revelers can freely flow between two venues inside the hotel." Viktor & Spoils and CO-OP are the two bars listed in the description. Here is what we got: The bar had top shelf liquors, but only 5: 2 brands of vodka, 1 tequila, 1 whiskey, 1 bourbon. You could mix with soda or juice, but no mixed cocktails. I couldn't get a rum and coke, which is what I was really craving. Or a gin and tonic, which was my second choice. That is not much of 'premium bar'. The "buffet" was a joke!! The staff set out one platter each of sliders (cheeseburgers) and globs of fried chicken meat. They were both greasy. You couldn't eat too much or you would be ill. Which was obviously thought out, since they didn't provide very much food for the crowd. The term "buffet" indicates that a variety of foods will be provided. Try googling images with the term "stationed buffet". See what that looks like? This was a total rip-off! They didn't even provide plates! All there was was tiny, tissue-thin cocktail napkins that the greasy meats soaked right through. Last, the text promises that you would be able to move between the two bars; not so– bouncers stood dividing the two bars, since different levels of party packages were provided in different areas. As for the champagne toast at midnight? Can't tell you. My wife and I left in less than an hour from that dismal scene, as did many others fleeing the joint to go somewhere less depressing for New Year's Eve. The was a total misrepresented rip-off, and we want our money refunded to us.
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