Love the Suede.
I've been to Suede several times for concert. I not very sociable but although Suede gets packed for shows, people are not "clicky" and everyone gets along great. Unlike most clubs in Salt Lake, i've never seen any fights at Suede. Suede puts on great shosw and like all clubs, you have to wait in line to get a drink. Suede brings bands that no one else cares to bring. I've seen Gregory Isaacs, Burning Spear and Nasio and more. All great shows. Shows never start on time but anyone that goes to Suede more than once, knows how it works there. They are kind of at the mercy of the artists.
Poorly organized events, Poor venue.
I have been to Club Suede twice and have had bad experiences both times. The bar is crowded. There are always lines for drinks. The staff are rude and inconsiderate. The bathrooms seem as though they are never cleaned and stocked. Poorly organized events. Very "clicky". Not a good place to meet people. I don't recommend this club for any event.
Park City's edge-of-town getaway offers the hottest live music, DJs and dancing.. The Scene With two bars, modern seating arrangements and mood lighting all around, this club has a more inviting atmosphere than its Main Street competition. From ski bums fresh off the slopes to lounge lizards sipping their martinis in plush booths, the crowds are mixed but always having a good time. Except, of course, those patrons forced to wait in the cold when national acts such as Fishbone or the Black Eyed Peas are playing. The Draw The installation of a 3,000-square-foot deck with spectacular mountain views triggered quite a bit of excitement among clubgoers, and rumors of the patio's soon-to-be-installed hot tubs have spurred more than a few curious inquiries. Word on the street is that Suede is waiting for the county to give the green light, and that by fall 2003, the tubs should be in place. Until then, show up early to grab a spot on the main floor so you can get up close and personal during the live acts or on dance nights. On Mondays, $4 Skyy martini specials complement the extensive sushi menu quite well.