by Brett W. on
Went to this establishment last week for a Birthday party and felt like they have a lot to work on. The staff was hesitant to accommodate a group of 15 and ended up splitting us into 2 tables, the bartenders took extremely long to serve us drinks. Our saving grace was the waiter, who was more than friendly, but maybe she was over-compensating for the high priced dishes. You are better off going to Rio Grande if you want a good Mexican experience. The only thing this place has going on is location and beauty...
by Dru P. on
My cousin came in from out of town and her girlfriend recommended this since she lives up the street. Never would have thought of this myself or been inclined to attend if it wasn't for someone thinking outside the box. From a funding standpoint it seems like an awesome marketing concept and it looks like it is received well. I have been to similar aquariums and exhibits in all the major cities and they were all fantastic experiences but for some reason the idea of kicking the kids out and adding alcohol and short skirts has found a place in my scientifically curious little heart. I somehow managed to get through 17 years of school without even a biology class and I think this past thursday night I remembered why. Extra props for the great DJs but minus a tenth point for the guy on the dance floor that would not stop hitting on a girl in my squad with a lame spiel about concrete that that didnt emit Co2.
by Arthur Gabehart on
This has got to be the by-far absolute coolest club in the city... Maybe I am biased cuz I really like this place, but whatever. The bartenders are bad-ass... and they usually have decent music. Although I will admit, not always the absolute best. I think that I love this place so much, because it is not over-hyped and over-promoted likes of Ruby Skye, or 1015, or any other of places in the city... Come to think of it, I don't think that I have EVER seen an ad for Mighty in any of our wonderful cities many free papers. But that is cool, the place is word of mouth then, and there are some hella cool parties here. I also like the art that is on the walls, and did you know it is for sale... That is nifty. Overall, I love Mighty. I think that it is a great spot, and very much the most New York Underground-type club in Frisco. Props.