Thursday, June 3, 2010

Superdive continues to be, well, Superdive


Superdive isn't going quietly into the nightlife... looks like they're here for longer...or they're just taunting you...

Here are their summer plans, as Eater reported:

Thursdays: 7:30 beerpong tournament. Cost of entry is the beer you drink during the tourney. Winning team drinks for free all night. After the tourney we celebrate with live music and karaoke.

Fridays: Wet T-shirt contest, with a male AND female winner of $100 cash each and free drinks.

Saturdays: Endless Champagne Disco Ball. 11-1 $25 all you can drink champagne. Music by world-class Disco DJ, Christian.


Haha. Funny, guys. You can do better than this, though.

Previously on EV Grieve:
NOW what's going on with Superdive...?

8 comments:

Jason said...

Really !?! I know where I WON'T be on Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays!

Anonymous said...

They are broke as a joke. They can't even afford to replace the glass on their front door, which has been broken since April.* The only reason they are still in operation is because they pay rent.

Must be nice to be able to afford 3000 square feet to get drunk with your friends, but let's not pretend that this thing is still open because it is a success of any kind.


*http://evgrieve.com/2010/04/for-second-consectutive-month-superdive.html

~evilsugar25 said...

i'm confused. i saw it was closing, but i thought it was always crowded.

glamma said...

wow, wet t-short contest. is this the east village or daytona beach 1989

EV Grieve said...

Def. Daytona Beach!

This whole thing is such a put on... and not very creative... Maybe host a Ramones Record Burning Night... or have Superdivegoers check in on Four Square everytime they throw up in the street...

Goggla said...

Call me when they install an electric bull.

Nesta said...

Gotta say, I can't be mad at a wet t-shirt contest.

Jill said...

Section 117-a (ABC Law) makes it unlawful to offer, sell, serve or deliver to any person or persons an unlimited number of drinks during any set period of time for a fixed price (i.e., all you can drink). Attempts to circumvent the intent and purpose of this statute by offering of free drinks, or multiple drinks for free or for the price of a single drink or for such a minor amount that in the judgment of the Authority the pricing would constitute an attempt to circumvent the intent and purposes of this section is also prohibited. This section of law shall not apply to private functions not open to the public, such as weddings, banquets, or receptions, or other similar functions or to a package of food and beverages where the service of alcoholic beverage is incidental to the event or function.

Just saying...