Mystique Now Officially Open at 141 Chrystie

Posted on: July 25th, 2011 at 6:28 am by

For all intents and purposes, club Mystique at 141 Chrystie Street has been open since early July.  It was in soft-open mode, of course, which is just a euphemism for “we’re now open but haven’t had the official inauguration party.”  In the interim, neighbors have no doubt been acquainted with this new nightlife destination, thanks to a blue-lit facade that channels Ye Olde Meatpacking here on the Lower East Side.

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As of this past Friday night, Mystique is officially in business.  The club opened with a party featuring music by Vital, attracting plenty of club-goers to the corner of Delancey.  The sidewalk was a complete mob scene just after midnight.  Time to get accustomed to this.

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[Photo Credit: Club Planet]

At least one local is vocally displeased, taking to Twitter with an opinion – “141 Chrystie. Mystique Lounge can suck a nut.”

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How do you feel about club Mystique?

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