Best club experience ever.
We were neither on the guest list or have table reservations. Dressed to impress, they miraculuously let us (3 girls) in for free, but 4 girls in front of us were denied. Met the club owners and we were offered access to two different bottle serviced tables. Drinks were flowing, crowd was impressive consisting of models and preppy's. Music was 80's/hip hop/dance. The energy was the highlight of this hot spot ... it was insane!! Best club experience i've had in the east coast, mind you I live in Manhattan :)
I was refered to this club by a friend of mine and the weekend I happened to go on was the Hampton Film Fest Weekend and it exceeded my expectations by FAR. I am 115 pounds and they still let me in ;) The club was packed but everyone was very curtious and friendly and my drinks got to me very promptly. Everyone was dressed very nicely and the age range was very extensive. From 21-45..I would imagine. There were two different sections playing two different types of music so you could choose what section you would like to be in. There were couches everywhere and the dance floor was definitely a good size. The weekend I went, the VIP lounge wasn't too spectacular. But I sat up there for a while anyway. Both mens and womens bathrooms were very clean. There was also a spot outside where they were serving cappuccino, espresso, coffee and othe coffee products of that kind which I didn't realize until it didn't matter what I put into my system. :) Overall, I had a very good experience. I didn't leave until 3:30 am which was about the time the crowd was dwindling anyway. It was not the height of the summer season but just after that. i would imagine in the summer it would be amazing. Excellent valet parking. Staff was very personable and security was amazing. I would HIGHLY recommend this club to anyone over the age of 21.
ONLY GO IF YOU WEIGH UNDER 100.
Face control here is ridiculous and absolutely stupid. I was there for a charity event, and they wouldn't even let the charity party goers into the club b/c they weren't under a weight limit it seemed. Only 16 yr. old waifs and cheesy wall street guys will get into this place. Unik is amazing, and isn't responsible for the bouncers, but the other party planner, Michael Satsky, formerly of Stereo, is the most inconsiderate, prepster poser around. I would never support a club that has his name attached and would never recommend it to anyone else. Boycott this place and save your pennies, the space is generic and the ambiance is base 90's at best.
Waste of Time!.
So, this place was supposed to be one of the best club's in the Hamptons, but I think that it is a flop! Let's start with the "selective crowd." You wait outside hoping to get picked, by a not so fabulous host (or door person) and when you finally do get in, you realize that it is nothing more than overindulged 20 something year olds. Now don't get me wrong, if that's the age range you're looking for, then this place is perfect for you. However, if you are looking for a more sophisticated crowd, then this in not the place for you. Aside from the crowd, I expected the club to be spacious, but it is quite small and uninviting. So, in my opinion, all of the hype surrounding this club in all for nothing. Skip the Hamptons and party in the city people.
Unik Ernest and Michael Satsky (of the now-shuttered NYC clubs P.M. and Stereo, respectively) join forces and open a tropically-themed hot spot in the space formerly known as Flirt (and Resort before that).