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According to The Ballad of Gay Tony's official website, Maisonette 9 was founded in 2003 by "Gay" Tony Prince, and, as indicated in The Ballad of Gay Tony, has been designed to face Galveston Avenue, at the [[Westminster]]—[[The Meat Quarter|Meat Quarter]] border, in the basement levels of a warehouse-turned loft. The club itself only exists physically in The Ballad of Gay Tony, whereas the same location in GTA IV and The Lost and Damned is nondescript, with no hints of the club's existance. Maisonette 9 is supposedly one of Liberty City's hottest nightclubs, where [[Luis Fernando Lopez]] serves as a bouncer and personal bodyguard to the club owner. Other Maisonette 9 clubs are currently operating in [[London]] and [[Las Venturas]].
 
According to The Ballad of Gay Tony's official website, Maisonette 9 was founded in 2003 by "Gay" Tony Prince, and, as indicated in The Ballad of Gay Tony, has been designed to face Galveston Avenue, at the [[Westminster]]—[[The Meat Quarter|Meat Quarter]] border, in the basement levels of a warehouse-turned loft. The club itself only exists physically in The Ballad of Gay Tony, whereas the same location in GTA IV and The Lost and Damned is nondescript, with no hints of the club's existance. Maisonette 9 is supposedly one of Liberty City's hottest nightclubs, where [[Luis Fernando Lopez]] serves as a bouncer and personal bodyguard to the club owner. Other Maisonette 9 clubs are currently operating in [[London]] and [[Las Venturas]].
  
As Luis works in Maisonette 9 as a bouncer, the player can access the club and interact with its patrons. Luis can [[Rhythm-based Minigames|dance]], compete in a champagne drinking game or [[Club Management|manage the club]]. Maisonette 9 also serves as mission destination points. In the near final storyline in The Ballad of Gay Tony, the club is later closed by the city but was re-bought by [[Yusuf Amir]] in the later storyline.
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As Luis works in Maisonette 9 as a bouncer, the player can access the club and interact with its patrons. Luis can [[Rhythm-based Minigames|dance]], compete in a champagne drinking game, drink shots or [[Club Management|manage the club]]. Maisonette 9 also serves as mission destination points. In the near final storyline in The Ballad of Gay Tony, the club is later closed by the city but was re-bought by [[Yusuf Amir]] in the later storyline.
  
 
== Employees ==
 
== Employees ==

Revision as of 20:55, 21 February 2010

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Maisonette 9 "STARS" poster.
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A poster for Maisonette 9

Maisonette 9 is a "members only nightclub" in Liberty City in Grand Theft Auto IV. The Lost and Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony.

Description

GTA IV and The Lost and Damned

The club itself is referenced occasionally in GTA IV, as in the case in "Out of the Closet" when Tom Rivas mentions the club and Hercules, another club owned by Gay Tony. Other characters from GTA IV are also known to have frequented the club, including Gracie Ancelotti (as revealed during "...I'll Take Her"), and Alexandra Chilton and Carmen Ortiz (Carmen refers to the club as "Bungalow 9") in dialogues during dates with Niko. The club is later reported by the libertytreeonline.com to be closed alongside Hercules following allegations of drug pushing in the premises. Both in GTA IV and The Lost and Damned, the club is inaccessible until The Ballad of Gay Tony.

The Ballad of Gay Tony

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Luis outside Maisonette 9

According to The Ballad of Gay Tony's official website, Maisonette 9 was founded in 2003 by "Gay" Tony Prince, and, as indicated in The Ballad of Gay Tony, has been designed to face Galveston Avenue, at the WestminsterMeat Quarter border, in the basement levels of a warehouse-turned loft. The club itself only exists physically in The Ballad of Gay Tony, whereas the same location in GTA IV and The Lost and Damned is nondescript, with no hints of the club's existance. Maisonette 9 is supposedly one of Liberty City's hottest nightclubs, where Luis Fernando Lopez serves as a bouncer and personal bodyguard to the club owner. Other Maisonette 9 clubs are currently operating in London and Las Venturas.

As Luis works in Maisonette 9 as a bouncer, the player can access the club and interact with its patrons. Luis can dance, compete in a champagne drinking game, drink shots or manage the club. Maisonette 9 also serves as mission destination points. In the near final storyline in The Ballad of Gay Tony, the club is later closed by the city but was re-bought by Yusuf Amir in the later storyline.

Employees

  1. Anthony "Gay Tony" Prince - (Owner)
  2. Luis Lopez - (Head of Security / Co-Owner)
  3. Dessie - (Doorman),
  4. Joni - (CCTV Guard)
  5. Cindy - (Waitress)
  6. Various Bouncers
  7. A Bartender
  8. A Lackey

Trivia

  • Seeing as The Lost and Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony are both on the same disc for Episodes from Liberty City, Maisonette 9 and Hercules are present during The Lost and Damned, although are inecessible.
  • On Integrity 2.0, Lazlow and his sidekick Jorge try to get into Maisonette 9, but Dessie stops them, and some woman suggests they go to Bahama Mama's, and later the two end up at Hercules, thinking the club is full of women due to the long line of men outside, unaware it's a gay club.