When Greenhouse reopens, security will inspect the bags brought by the visitors, and patrons will be served drinks in plastic cups.
Greenhouse, a SoHo nightclub where Chris Brown and Drake were involved in a nasty fight at its basement lounge W.i.P., is going to reopen Tuesday, July 10. "We will be focused on providing a safe and fun atmosphere for our customers," a rep for its owners said in a statement.
The owners filed complaint against New York City after the club was shut down following the scuffle. The plaintiffs argued that the city violated an agreement requiring it to follow a certain procedure if it wished to close the Manhattan hotspot.
The city later granted permission for the club to reopen its doors with tighter security and safe atmosphere that included checking clubbers' bags and replacing glasses with plastic cups. The club, however, remained closed because the State Liquor Authority suspended its liquor license until recently.
The nightclub which has 250 employees previously complained of losing $234,000 each week and depriving employees of their jobs following the closure.