Event Review: When In Robe With Plastic Plates and Buku [3.9.14]

 

Event Review: When In Robe With Plastic Plates and Buku [3.9.14]

Here we go again!! Since Time Out Magazine named When In Robe the number 1 thing to do on Sunday’s in New York, they’ve had a reputation to uphold. With a packed house and even more beer, babes, and inflatable toys, that wasn’t hard to do.

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The wet room filled up quickly, as people were hungry to ease their weekend woes away in the hot tub, sauna, and steam room. Speaking of hungry, I still can’t get over the fact that there is FREE FOOD, ALL THE TIME!! Sandwiches, cheese, fruit, and cookies enticed a few buffet lingerers. However, so did the multiple cases of PBR and Rolling Rock that went floating through the dry lounge in the hands of the ever-so-popular Beer Priest. There was more than enough to be poured down the throats of everyone in attendance, as these cases seemed to appear seamlessly out of no where!

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Beyond the shenanigans involving the many inflatables, laid a dance floor in front of the DJ decks where our resident robe, Subset began the night and Plastic Plates and BUKU followed closely with their decompressing deep house tunes. Setting a relaxing mood with their beats doesn’t always mean that craziness will not ensue. I saw a whale and a giraffe being humped but, don’t worry, no blow-up animals were harmed in the making of this party.

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Upon my departure, the POPO popped in for a visit. Yes sirs, we realize it’s 2:30 am on a Sunday night but are you aware of the social stature of this gig? TIME OUT MAG! Jeez! A simple noise complaint brought Subset’s closing round to a halt. Fortunately, we’ll be back in a couple of weeks. Unfortunately, the party now ends at 2am. YOU CAN’T STOP US!

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