Mixer @ The Crocker Club

Join us for a fun-filled mixer at The Crocker Club!

ARRIVE BEFORE 9:30PM TO AVOID LINES AND A COVER CHARGE AT 10PM!

OTHER GROUPS WILL JOIN US!

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

Lately you haven't exactly been eager to spend time in banks.   But ducking into an underground vault to enjoy a Manhattan or two should change all that, as we head to The Crocker Club for our last stop on the bar crawl.

 

In the basement of the former Crocker Citizens National Bank building, you'll now find an awe-inspiring labyrinth of rooms and hidden corners that takes you back to another era.   You know, when the market was exciting in a good way.   A seat in the vault is prime real estate, obviously, but you can also sneak into one of the intimate booths where customers once examined the contents of their safe-deposit boxes in privacy.   Times change, so you'll be fine examining the contents of your tasty beverage with whoever's joining you.

The owners make a good argument for stricter regulation of our banks—here the staff is in pinstripes, the ice cubes come perfectly shaped from a Kold-Draft dispenser, and the crystal decanters come from...the managing partner's grandmother. The owners even swear they have their own ghost—the back room is reverently called Ghost Bar—so, really, all bases seem to be covered.   Because, when life hands you a recession, you make...a night of it.  

They have a dress code here. Please don’t wear baggy clothes, torn jeans and no athletic sportswear.   Keep it Sexy and stylish.

Food and drink is at your own expense.

 

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT THE VENUE OR THIS EVENT, PLEASE CALL CROSS TOWN PROFESSIONALS AT:    [masked]         

Friday, April 26, 2013 from 8:00 PM – 11PM

 

Where:

THE CROCKER CLUB

453 S Spring St.

Los Angeles, CA 90013

 

Parking:  

* The are plenty of lots $5 - $10

*Most meters end at 8pm

 *** RIDE THE METRO – Take the Purple and red line to Pershing Square.

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