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1 Oak - 31 Reviews - 453 W 17th St 1, New York, NY - Bars, Pubs & Clubs Reviews - Phone (212) 242-1111

1 Oak

453 W 17th St 1 (at Cross Streets 9th & 10th Avenues)
New York, NY 10011
(212) 242-1111
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1 Oak - New York, NY
1 Oak - New York, NY


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I have tickets to all the best venues & parties in NYC for New Years Eve2012 Places like:Avenue, Kiss&Fly, Greenhouse, SL, STK, Dream Hotel, 1Oak and more.. Groups can ben...


I would have given them 1 star but I liked the music. Crowd was obnoxious wannabes. A lot of guys maybe 2-1. Very tasteless door man. He acts like it is exclusive but when you are...

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Party time at 1Oak 11/16/2010

The most pretentious over-rated club I've ever been to! The decor was spectacular - too bad the same couldn't be same for the people and the music. It was coked out models and geeky business men dancing to lame music flavored with retarded techno beat. I can't imagine how or why this is 'THE' Club to go to! Everyone there is trying to out cool each other to the point of everyone ignoring each other. Which part of cool is that again?? I'll stick to Mc Swiggans on 23rd street! more
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The awe-inspiring decor is not to be ignored, but 1Oak is not for the light-of-wallet or those lacking in hipness. A state-of-the-art sound system elevates DJs to vibro-therapists, and the drinks are well-made and cost accordingly.


  • Thank owners Richie Akiva and Scott Sartiano for contributing to the chic New York nightlife scene that's contingent on places being impossible to get into. Or, hate them for it. But if you want to party at this ostrich leather-lined lounge, your best bet is to act and dress the part. That means approaching the bouncer amiably, in trendy clothing fit for an evening out. Once inside, you'll find black and white checkered flooring on which to dance, and the typical banquets on which to sit--if your group's inclined to drop a grand or so on table service, that is. In exchange for your compliance with the unwritten code of club conduct, you're guaranteed a decent DJ spinning hip-hop and popular rock, as well as the chance to sip $18 cocktails all night amongst pretty people.

    Hits: The tables are fewer and more spread out than at its peers, which means there's more room for dancing, or just frolicking about.

    Misses: The only bathrooms are located downstairs, creating an ominous obstacle for the inebriated.

  • 1/12/2009 Provided by Citysearch

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  • Hours:

    M-Su 12:00am - 12:00am
  • Neighborhoods:

    Chelsea, Midtown