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Posted by Monica! on January 24, 2008 - Filed under: Member Talks

There's a place in town where you can drink yourself silly and win restaurant vouchers and a bottle of hard liquor.

At Club 11:15, everyday is a Sunday when its customers can abandon their inhibitions in what it terms The Lock-up concept whereby, among other attributes, the male waiting staff are dressed in jailbird outfits and the female staff, in police/prison warden get-ups.

Lest it sounds rather masochistic, behold that a mock prison electric chair, located near the bar area, awaits bums on its seat. The catch: a drinking competition in which participants will be strapped onto the chair before the waiting staff pour pure hard liquor into their mouth. The person who downs it the most wins the aforementioned prizes.

“However, participation in the competition is at the participants’ risk,” says Siswanto, the club’s managing director. “Previously, three competitions have been held and those who’ve attempted them had to be carried out of the club,” he laughs. “But the club’s concept is that it’s a club that changes its concept and look every eight months.”

Calling itself a ‘resto club’ (restaurant and club), Club 11:15 serves mostly Chinese food and has a Happy Hour session in the early part of the evening daily, but it becomes a full-on club from 11 pm onwards.There are also two pool tables for the restless who long for a challenge with other people with similar interest.

In terms of music, DJs Roundhead and Double D (from TraXX FM) perform R&B music every Thursday. On this day, ladies are also treated to free champagne and wines. Other DJs who also perform here regularly are Sexy Jeff, Inco and TJ. “The DJs play crowd-favourite tracks, everything from retro, R&B to commercial house music,” says Siswanto. Well, if the music doesn’t make you merry, you can give the mock electric chair a go and have fun there.

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