Club Marcella

97% love it
Lively drag bar
This local dance club is welcoming to guys and gals who want to enjoy the energetic atmosphere.
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    • JoeD11377
      JoeD11377 Over a year ago
      Loves it

      loved it
      The show was great drinks are good and bartender was HOT!!

    • vndrzn
      vndrzn Over a year ago
      Loves it

      had fun
      Not bad for a Sunday night (make that Monday morning at 1:30 am). Great music, mixed crowd, but not overcrowded. I had fun and no problems parking.

    • MarcieGurl
      MarcieGurl Over a year ago
      Hates it

      Very-Very Young
      And lets talk about expensive WoW, at least on a Sat. night, Its a kids bar, no tables, no place to even set your drinks while you dance (if you can find the room) Drag show was a joke . . . not my kind of place, but if your str8 between 18-25 years old you may really like it . . .

    • knightabraxas
      knightabraxas Over a year ago
      Loves it

      very young, don't go here sunday - wednesday.
      Thursday, friday and saturday are the big nights at marcellas. if you're into a younger crowd, go here. if you could do without the straight girls and the the gay drama, AVOID. if you wanna DANCE, and THAT IS IT, go, go go!! i come here to dance by myself and work it out all the time, and i just ignore the cruisers and they get the hint (however buffalo isn't cruisy to begin with so you'll be cool.)

    • 1outta4
      1outta4 Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Fun but dead
      'Went to Marcella on a Sunday night with 8 friends from work, and we easily doubled the "crowd." It's a cute space, with modern lighting and some white leather couches in a lounge area that overlooks the dance floor and drag stage. Drinks were cheap and not very good, but we were there for the famous drag (including Buffalo's own Sabrina Williams, the African-American Little-Person drag queen.) The show was typical of a small town, but the audience was strange: a bunch of young girls (possibly lesbians) who gathered inches from the stage and stared dead-eyed at each of the queens, without any reaction to their efforts. Highlights: Ms. Williams, the mouth-shaped urinals in the men's room, and the TV's showing a Joel Osteen sermon over the bar during the drag show.