Tappo Day Club and Pool Under Fire for Dress Code [Poll]
Tappo Day Club, located at 140 Chandler Street in Buffalo, has recently come under fire for its dress code. Do you think it's offensive?
Lots of people feel that the dress code targets certain people. Do you think the rules were designed to keep "certain people" out of the day club and pool?
Here are some of the thoughts from Facebook:
I jus see it as basically don’t dress ghetto ♀️ y’all mad y’all can’t come looking ratchet ~ Summer Salter
Reminds me of “upscale” hotel “Curtiss” and we know how that turned out nothin is upscale in Buffalo or WNY areas.. it’s for Everyone. Any place in this country that is “upscale” w “rules” you just play the part and you literally can get in anywhere and have! This is ~ Bradley Homer
Not to mention there’s a video on their Instagram promoting the pool and literally everyone there is breaking the “dress code” so who is this dress code for really?! And is it there when security wants to pick and choose when to implement it? ~ Lea Sardo
I don't get it. I watched their promo video. Not a soul was swimming, people came in 3 piece suits... like, what? Why build a pool if you are not gonna swim. Who TF wears a 3 piece suit to a pool. ~ Cat Hoef
I mean if they’re going for classy, they missed the mark with the black electrical tape on the sign. ~ Veronica Sedota
3 City of Buffalo Pools Are Open
If you're looking to cool down, the City of Buffalo pools are open, but some things have changed due to COVID-19. The pools are not open during the weekend (at least for now). They are also requiring reservations and you may be limited to lap swim only. The hours of operation are limited compared to what they were prior to the pandemic.
626 ABBOTT ROAD, BUFFALO, NY 14210
*Must make a reservation for lap swim/lane usage for one hour - open Monday through Friday, 10:30 am to 4:30 pm
CONNORS, KAIT, HARRITY MEMORIAL POOL
626 ABBOTT RD, BUFFALO, NY 14220
*Open Monday through Friday, from 10 am to 6 pm
1171 E. LOVEJOY STREET, BUFFALO, NY 14206
*Must make a reservation for lap swim/lane usage for one hour - open Monday through Friday, 10:30 am - 5:45 pm
The City of Buffalo Splash Pads reopened Memorial Weekend. Keep in mind that the pools at some Splash Pad locations may not be open. Here are the 10 Splash Pad locations around Buffalo.
-Allison Pool & Splash Pad – 50 Rees St.
-Cazenovia Splash Pad at Cazenovia Park – 25 Cazenovia St.
-Centennial Splash Pad and Pool
-Houghton Pool and Splash Pad at Houghton Park -1675 Clinton St.
-Kensington Pool and Splash Pad – 665 Kensington Ave.
-Lanigan Splash Pad – 150 Fulton St.
-Lincoln Splash Pad – 10 Quincy St.
-Masten Pool and Splash Pad – Best St. and Orange St.
-Roosevelt Splash Pad – Roosevelt Ave. & Martha Ave.
-Schiller Splash Pad at Schiller Park