Su Casa

(212) 677-6097 | View Website

404 6th Ave, New York, NY | Directions   10011

40.733712 -73.999304

Open Hours

Mon-Sun 4pm-4am

 
Bars & Clubs, Singles Bars, DJ  more

More Bar & Club Special Features: Romantic Nightlife, Specialty Cocktails

Tags: Bar Menu

Payment Methods: American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa

General Info: Open 7 Days

Neighborhoods: Greenwich Village, Downtown

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Reviews for Su Casa

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Su Casa! – They make such good drinks at Su Casa. My personal favorites are the Strawberry Mojito, Gin and Tonic. The prices are also reasonable $10.

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Awesome Birthday! – I came here for my birthday this weekend and it was AMAZING!

I came with about 15 friends and called ahead and there was absolutely no problem getting in. When we got here, the drinks were strong and not that expensive considering you're drinking in New York City.

It was a great time and I'll def go back! If you're looking for a place with good music that you can dance to and a great atmosphere, this is DEF the place to go!

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Horrible. Pretentious. Don't waste your money. Young crowd. – Ok. Saturday night for my girl's birthday we decided all to meet up here at this place. We arrive about 10:30 to find 5 couples waiting outside. I mentioned to the "list guy" that is was my girlfriends birthday and we will be having about 13 couples meeting us here. I then slipped the guy $50 bucks. he took her name down and said not a problem. I told him I would have one guy coming alone, he lady was coming with another couple and reminded him of the tip i just gave him. Well about an hour later I got a phone call from the single guy, they told him there were too many "single guys" here for that party and wouldnt let him in. I found the list man, and explained to him. He told me i had too many guys. When I personally escorted him over to our area where were were standing and showed him the 12 couples (12 guys, 13 girls) together. he then told me the problem was too many guys had their shirts untucked. I asked him where, and he pointed to some young college kids not even in my party.

So he finally let me friend up.

Another member of my party went to the downstairs bathroom (apparently the cool place is also in business with the dirty epenada place below it) where the cooks who were drunk, said he looked like mini me (since he is short and bald) and made fun of him.

At that point we left at 1:30 am and i took my close to 30 people to another lounge in the village. Basically took 80% of their business at that moment. Mind you, we are all early 30's and buying drink after overpriced drink at the bar.

Stay far far far away. Mark my words.

Doesn't Recommend
2.0
over a year ago

Lacking for Perfection – We celebrated two friends birthdays last night and loved checking out this new place in the Village. Nice drink menu with hand crafted mojitos, etc. But, there were five or more bartenders who could barely serve the ten waiting patrons within 20 minutes. And, we we politely asked if we could get service, one of the bartenders shouted that we would just have to wait. Training and new customer service skills are needed in this area.

The other absolute shocker was that this place has only one bathroom for all its patrons. Late night the place was packed and the bathroom line was literally down the stairs and almost out the door. Who creates a club with this seriously lacking feature?

Good music and cool vibe. However to be successful, some obvious updates must be made.

Recommends
over a year ago

Citysearch Editorial Review – Located above Qdoba overlooking 6th Avenue, this bar's rustic Mexican-themed design is a welcome surprise. Small burning candles set in recesses in the brick walls provide sultry lighting, while DJ-spun tunes and the dancing crowd lend a fratty atmosphere. At the marble bar in front, bartenders pour basic drinks for the partying patrons, while tables in back are reserved for bottle service.

 

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