by Beaulah Sarracino on
Came here friday night. doors were supposed to open at 10 but they made us wait in the freezing cold until 11:30. I thought I was gonna get frostbite. Then, when we finally got in, they made us wait at the bar instead because they had a holiday party going on and wouldn't let us on the dance floor. The bartender was SUCH douche and gave me an attitude like he was some hot shit. I asked if it was open bar and asked for a drink and he rolled his eyes at him. The music was pretty bad. Towards 1-2am when you expect the BETTER music to be on, it was basically rap and beats with no music at all. Overall, worst experience I've ever had at a club. Will not come back again, don't waste your time!!!
by Kenisha Ploskunak on
All tastes are subjective, but there are certain things that are just facts...like the fact that Harry Denton's Starlight Room was so awful that I had to sign up for Rateclub just to warn others away. I think the decor is fine and the vintage jazz playing when I entered was charming...that's all subjective. The fact that the hostess proceeded to place me and every other single woman who entered after me into a netherworld without view or service is a fact. I couldn't see the band through the barricade that I was seated behind, though I could hear them warming up in cacophonous attempts to match the piped in music. (That was painful.) I couldn't enjoy the reputed view, despite the fact that there were small tables with views available. I was able to enjoy the view of all of the couples enjoying the view. So much for something to pleasant to ponder while I enjoyed my drink... the one I ordered in an attempt to make the best of it. I should have known better -- that drink arrived ten minutes later despite the fact that the bar wasn't busy. I also had a good view of my server drinking her bottled water and chatting up the bar tender, before she leisurely sauntered over to my table with my drink, plopped it on the table and then remembered that she ought to put a bar napkin under it. (When it's not called common sense, it's called "training." Harry Denton's could use both.) When the server asked me if I wanted something from the menu and I told her I didn't think I could order, because I couldn't read the menu in the dark, she made a lame attempt to explain the menu to me, which only convinced me that it was more boring than it was abbreviated. (Apparently Harry Denton's is just a place to get drunk, which may explain why there is no need to be attentive to service.) By then, I knew then I was in the wrong place. I bolted my drink and tossed my credit card on the table. Time ticked by, which I passed by watching the effusive host escorting couples to their tables with views and by trying to ignore the racket the band was making. Finally, my "server" decided to check on me and when she saw my credit card she said "Oh, are you done?" (This lack of common sense is a kind of stupid that defies training.) I have left restaurants in a hurry to leave the bad memory behind, but in this case, I signed the receipt and literally ran from the establishment. I mean really ran and so fast, I nearly knocked over my chair and the look on the host's face said he was wondering if I was a dine and dash. (Ha! Dining would have required a legible menu and service.) I will never, ever go back. Subjectively, I am pretty sure this may be a portal to hell. Objectively, it was an excruciatingly long experience in inconsideration.
by Mary J. on
Racist Racist Racist!! I really don't like to see sign like "please speak English" or "management have right to reserve or refuse the service" stupid things like that by the cashier, who the hell you think you are?? Plus the sandwich is pretty much, well, fucking whack! Not worth it!
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