So many things can be said about the Russian & Turkish Baths--both good and bad--but the bottom line is this: it should be experienced at least once. This is "no frills" all the way, but if you go in with an open mind (and a bathing suit and thongs) and treat it like theater, you should find yourself entertained. On a Sunday afternoon in August, it was busy but not horribly so. The crowd was mostly 20-30-something tattooed men, a few middle-aged Jewish men, and a handful of young lesbians. All the clients were friendly and relaxed. The staff? Not so much, but whatever. Just get into your own space and take your time in the various sauna rooms. Watch, listen and enjoy the vibe.
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