by Lauren F. on
I am pretty easy to please, but I was extremely disappointed with this place. It's like Disneyland: expensive, okay food and not a lot of entertainment. I went on Saturday from 5-7pm and there were only 6 girls that performed for not even a full song each. I was in a group of 6 people and we each paid $100, which included SHARING a two-course meal and a sad dessert. The dessert was a selection of small ice cream cones that were supposedly different flavors, but all ended up tasting the same. I say, props to the business owner for fully taking advantage of all of the SF tourists who don't know any better and have never seen a tranny before. You essentially are paying a minimum of $50 to share a meal with your friends and $10 a pop for a drink, while watching "girls" dance around to lame songs. So when can I start my own business where I rip off SF tourists?
by Merrill M. on
Avalon..or it used to be called The Palace many years ago was actually the first electronic dance club I went to. Bad Boy Bill was spinning and OOOHHH MAANNN!!! Was I hooked. It was an after hours club called After Hour Power and it opened at 2am. We left at 8am that night. Can you imagine leaving and the sun is up. After they revamped the place the layout is practically the same...but trendy-er looking. Patio upstairs is a plus but small. I heard Giant is returning on saturdays now. Place is always crowded but if the music is right and the drinks are good then nothing else matters. Well for me that is. Their main bar is usually packed but theres one upstairs as well. Good club and holds a special place in my heart..HAHAHA
by Romaine Wilden on
I went to Bruno's back in the day to listen to live music but I must admit, I'm digging the new decor/vibe since they reopened. It's just always fun! Music is not always on point, which is why I don't give Bruno's 5 stars, but the service is good, the atmosphere is sexy (pole dancing for all!) and it's a great place to go with a group/visitor. Who wants to go tonight?!