Dine In NYC’s Creepiest And Haunted Experience – Jekyll And Hyde Club

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Welcome to the Jekyll And Hyde Club..

In the heart of New York City there lies a haunting secret. If you didn’t know about the place you wouldn’t think too much of it from a distance. But once you got close you would probably notice the odd and creepy exterior.

It’s a haunted and creepy experience as you go through themed floors of a restaurant and bar. Each floor has it’s own colorful array of people in costume and animatronics. Even your table might move or talk to you, you just never know about this place.

We’ve been there a few places and each time we’ve been there we have different experiences. The last time we went there we sat at a table with a suit of armor on the wall.

A few moments after sitting there it began to move and a shield came down. Then it said a few things, began to smoke a bit, and then went back to its original position.

If you’re ever in the New York City area, this place is a must see!

Check out the videos we found below by Zagat ,and The Carpetbagger,

Video Source – Zagat

Video Source – The Carpetbagger

Do you have a cool idea for us to showcase? Know somewhere strange to stay the night or that you think we should look into? Have a creepy awesome service or strange carnival/tour you think we should write about? Want us to showcase your talent, pictures, or videos? Send us an email to Strangeandcreepy1@gmail.com.

5 thoughts on “Dine In NYC’s Creepiest And Haunted Experience – Jekyll And Hyde Club”

  1. Michael Peczenij says:

    Didn’t the site you have pictured close?

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jekyll_%26_Hyde_Club

    1. mrbricks says:

      Someone mentioned that before and we thought the same thing, then we were sent this https://www.jekyllandhydeclub.com/ and their FB page https://www.facebook.com/Jekyll-and-Hyde-Restaurant-285578822820/

      1. G. says:

        There were 2. I think one closed but the other is still open

  2. Christa says:

    It closed a few years ago in Times Square. My friend and I went once and wanted to go again and couldn’t find it. Then we found a different Jekyll and Hyde restaurant miles away and it was tiny and no where near the same thing. The good one with the actors and the hidden bathrooms and the changing pictures is closed.

  3. Christa says:

    Mrbrick:

    The Facebook page and stuff you have, is for a different location that’s not the same. It really sucks in comparison to the Times Square one.

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