To create mystique, there’s no sign marking this new lounge’s entrance. But if the valet parking sign doesn’t tip you off, we will: It shares a door with Davio’s. And while some head up to eat at the Italian restaurant, you should go subterranean to find this new lounge. Inside, each sleek, illuminated room has a bar where you can order one of celebrity mixologist Tony Abou-Ganim’s creations and peer at the VIP Mogul Room, trying to figure out how to get in.
i have been to some of the hottest clubs in NY, Vegas, LA, Ibiza, Munich....well, i guess they think they are such an awesome club, that you can get kicked out for doing absolutely nothing! lets see, come in have a couple of drinks, go out side, come back in, go to the bathroom, come out, get approached by the security guy, and be told you are drunk and have to get some air, to which you respond you are not, but cooperate anyway, and THEN when you are outside, be told you can't go back in. well, guess what...my American express giant tab will get disputed....enjoy! Posted by yaz: Nov. November 3rd, 2008 at 11:46 AM
I went to G-Lounge twice and I had an amazing time on both occasions. The ambiance is excellent and the architecture is amazing, and reminds me of a mini version of Toa club Vegas. Posted by kate: Apr. April 4th, 2008 at 12:35 PM
I went for the first time in February. I like how they are very strict on the dress code. I like the "grown & sexy"crowd. I am in my 30's and don't want to socialize with kids. The ambience is very nice. However the men who check the id's are a little too rude and obnoxious. I was trying to show some clients a good time We just wanted to have cocktails. Wanted to show them that Philly is not that bad we are a city of "brotherly & sisterly love". Not every one entering the establishment is going to display asinine behavior. It's not what you say....it's how you say it !
King of Prussia Posted by N: Mar. March 12th, 2008 at 9:34 AM