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This larger-than-life space allows people to lose their inhibitions amidst all the drama and visual feasts. People are totally self expressed and make for some interesting people-watching. This place feels like it has a life of its own thumping along with that of the people...More
Wow. This weekend was my first time at HOUSE OF YES. I want to return again so bad.
Upon visiting, I found it from a google search of offbeat Brooklyn trips. I visited the city with my friend, made a daytrip in Brooklyn and ended...More
SO MUCH FUN! I highly recommend catching one of their show's! Being from out of town, I wasn't expecting such great production! Their acrobatic shows were unbelievable, from the lighting, sound, stage and costumes! Only one complaint - not enough washrooms! The place was very...More
I had booked a VIP table for my sister’s bachelorette party and I’m so glad we did. Such a fun place and we had a few performers that took extra special care of us and even brought us up on stage and showed us around...More
Offering an eclectic mix of unique entertainment and performances, House of Yes is a hotspot in Brooklyn which you don’t want to miss as part of your trip to New York City.
Located at the Jefferson stop on the L line of the metro, House...More
We saw a mixed media show of the movie "Wizard or Oz" (edited) with a live soundtrack of a Pink Floyd "tribute band" playing "Dark Side of the Moon" combined with aerialists, bubble machine, and I don't know what else. It was the most amazing...More
My sister & I went to the christmas eve party. It was different! Upon checking in we were told it was a mandatory costume party. So we were led to a wagon outside the club where we had to PAY for a costume and then...More
I suggest taking a cab to and from as the neighbourhood is a bit scary, and the train seems a bit scary too, especially for a solo women. The club in general feels very safe, lots of mixed people, straight, gay, lesbian etc... More
I suggest taking a cab to and from as the neighbourhood is a bit scary, and the train seems a bit scary too, especially for a solo women. The club in general feels very safe, lots of mixed people, straight, gay, lesbian etc. The clubs motto when we went was ‘consent’ so that was great! Have fun!!