Two months after launching their massive 350-seat restaurant and bar on Convoy Street, the team behind Hive is gearing up to debut a new nightclub called Honeycomb in an adjacent 1,800-square-foot space. Opening this weekend starting at 9 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, booth reservations are strongly encouraged; bottle service will start at $500, with light snacks also available. Honeycomb’s decor is still coming together, but bar manager Jay Choi says it will eventually have a speakeasy-style door and a library-themed interior. A resident DJ will play club tunes, but also look for engagements from big-name artists to come; for those who don’t want to spring for bottle service, there will also be a DJ posted within Hive, playing hip hop on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights.
Spanning nearly 20,000-square-feet, Hive and Honeycomb are paired with Chorus Karaoke & Bar. Owner Scott Na is in the final stages of completing a redo and expansion of the karaoke section, where 13 private rooms are each sponsored by a different spirits brand, from locals Cutwater Spirits and Henebery Spirits to Glenfiddich; the bar plans on offering room guests twenty percent off bottles of the corresponding spirits.