by Narcisa Viau on
Just had our company holiday party here. Great location, good, cool, Hampton vibe. DJ that we had was really good and food was tasty with most of the tray service staff coming across as pleasant and occasionally friendly. One of my issues was with one of the bartenders who acted like, for lack of a better term, a DICK. When he first got there while we were setting up I said hello and he just blatantly ignored me. Then just sat there on one of the couches while he was eating his lunch. When he finally had to peel himself from the couch and work, any time one of us asked for a beverage, he would act like we were asking him to nail himself to the cross. Dude, you are not all that. You obviously moved here from somewhere else to try and get in the entertainment industry and you might not be doing well as your people skills suck! Just because you move to LA doesn't mean you need to take on a elitist attitude and know that common courtesy goes a long way. Also, there was another one of the staff that took one of our props when he was told he couldn't. One of our employees had to go and chase him down to go grab the Santa hat that we needed to bring back. Yeah, Merry Christmas. Go next door to CVS and shell out a couple of bucks for your own.
by Kimberly Villaneda on
Since I've been in ATL, I've heard a zillion commercials for this place on the radio. I went with some friends on Thanksgiving night. I think the Orlando Magic was hosting. My review may be biased because I arrived there with a few drinks in me :) Parking kinda sucks they have their own lot which was $20.... The lots around the area were $10..... Not bad for mid-town if you split the parking cost with your group. I printed passes (I hate the standard ATL $20 club cover) to get in free before 11:30 for me and a bunch of my friends. We got there kinda late and the line was around the door.. The line guy said not to worry, he'd make sure we'd get in with the passes even if it was a little after 11:30pm.. I'm convinced that some of these clubs hold their line to force you to pay $20... The line guy said that if we each paid $20 (we were a group of 6) that we could cut the line and go right in. I was against it because it took me like and hour to find the right place to print the passes and I'm not made of money and rather spend $20 on drinks inside. It was kinda disappointing that the coat check was $4!! It was too cold out to not wear some type of jacket. I'm from NY and have gone to lots of clubs in NYC and coat check is usually $1 or $2. So that was $4 out of my drink budget :( Inside is nice. When you walk in there's a backdrop with the clubs logo and the photographer takes "red carpet style" pics. I believe the club has 4 levels. The top levels over look the main floor and are VIP. Overall it was a good time, good mix of music, nice crowd. No "thugs in the club". It was a good time, but I also went with GOOD company!
by Susan D. on
If only every city could have a ship docked to their cities purely for alcohol consumption. We came here for a friend's bday on an amazing sunny day. Really, you can't ask for more. After buckets of (6?) corona, pitchers of sangria, and a couple plates of fries, we were a happy bunch. This place is super casual with plastic furniture and little tables. The restaurant seemed super busy. All the salads and sandwiches looked good. However my calamari was not so fresh and rubbery. Come here to drink and lounge with friends and even the dogs. I saw several on the boat.