Someone said you can't have too much of a good thing, a saying that does nothing to account for all those instances when mutated Ben Grimm is just a miserable prick. Upping the ante with another Buck: The Buck House.
A "sister spot" from the dudes behind the "never a cover, no velvet ropes" Buck 15, House took over two rooms and an outside terrace of event space Villa 221, and maintains a happily lowbrow vibe that feels like your buddy's basement, minus your buddy who lives in a basement, displaying 15's trademark pink pig statue and funky splatter-painted/ bottle cap-lined works by local artists from 131 projects, every one of which has a giant room of naked chicks counting money for Nino Brown. House'll also stick with 15's nicely priced booze including $5/$6 beers, impressively cheap bottle service, a Buck Bomb that drops root beer and banana creme liquor into Red Bull, and in the next couple weeks will offer up appetizers in the form of Miss Yip's dim sum, because there's nothing more delicious than the results of math equations performed by stupid people. As studies show people enjoy music, tunes'll consist of local live acts like songstress Sarah Packiam performing on Thursday's industry night, as well as in-house DJs Jennie Fox and Diaga, who'll spin a mix of hip-hop and classic jams for Friday's '80s night, which's always filled with a bunch of Foreigners and Men Without Hats.
The space also allows access to the rest of the Villa, which includes a massive outdoor deck and the adjoining island-themed Eleuthera Lounge, which'll offer Miami Heat shots made with pear-infused cognac, vodka, and a secret red-tinted "special sauce", something comic book fans theorize Ben Grimm may not be able to make anymore, which would explain all that cantankerousness.
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