Music Type: Other
Event Type: Nightlife
Age: 21 and over
Dress Code: Brunch attire a must.
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Links to more info: http://www.ericvirgil.com
Bunny Brunch Party moved from W Hotel Hoboken to Hoboken's
newest venue BOA Hoboken
Sunday, May 19th
The Bunny Brunch Party moved from The W Hotel Hoboken
to Hoboken's newest venue BOA Hoboken
Bunny Brunch presents
Eric Virgil's Birthday Celebration
At The Chandelier Room inside The W Hotel Hoboken
92 River Street, Hoboken, NJ
Music by Dj Shortkutz, NYSE, Francis Mercier and Van P
spinning EDM, Top 40, etc.
Doors open at 1pm. Last Food seating at 3:30pm
Ends at 8pm
Everyone free on Eric Virgil's guestlist. Reservations a must for Brunch
or Bottles or both.
Drink Specials: $5 Mimosas and Bloody Mary's til 4pm
Bottle Packages Available. Text Eric Virgil @ 917-664-2686, email email@example.com or go
Dresscode: Brunch attire a must.
Age: 21 and over
To RSVP for Brunch or Tables, or general information, text Eric Virgil
917-664-2686, email firstname.lastname@example.org,
or go to http://www.ericvirgil.com
Check out the reviews of BOA from Hoboken 411:
"The new BOA Hoboken will up the ante when it comes to urban “night life”
for sure. In addition to the over 800 patron capacity, with 5 bar areas – they
also feature something that we heard was a “first of it’s kind” in America.
You’ve all seen special LCD windows that can “frost” out and change on the fly.
But have you ever seen a glass structure that can do that, as well as display
full HD video as well as computerized video patterns? Doubt it. Technicians
direct from Korea installed this sick set of panels in BOA that will really
bump up the competition in Hoboken, and even NYC for that matter!
As a super-bonus, top-notch designer Rob Feinstein from Studio One Architects –
who we talked about yesterday (with his Soapbox furniture designs) is the lead
creative brain behind the interior of BOA Hoboken. He re-did the Lana
Lounge way back in 1999, and has been commissioned again to do BOA. And from
what we saw – this place is going to be hopping! Rob has a very unique, yet not
“coattail riding” style that has to been seen to be appreciated. Very cool
stuff going into this venue for sure.
"Once the W Hotel opened, with it’s “Chandelier Room” venue – Hoboken
didn’t really have much of an equivalent when it came to “high end” night
club. Take it for what it’s worth – but that hotel really kind of changed
the landscape to many patrons. All the other “lounges” and clubs felt a bit
sub-par according to the revelers Hoboken411 spoke with over the years. That
said – the owners of the former Lana Lounge recognized that fact – and have
re-branded that space into the new BOA Hoboken nightclub. And from what we saw
last week – the W Hotel should be shivering in their skin at the moment!