by Mark Whitebird on
I had fun here with my ladies. It's pretty big, and is nicely designed inside. Lots of twenty-somethings here, didn't run into too many creeps. Music was decent, too. Didn't have to wait too long in line, so that's always a plus! I give it only 3 stars, because it was just OKAY. Nothing too extraordinary!
by Dana Dominis on
Meh... Not relly my cup of tea this place. Went here after watching the UCLA vs. USC game at 38 Degrees next door. Being that it was a Saturday night, I found it to be pretty empty. But wait, isn't this a restaurant? Oh yeah, "Don't ever eat here" said my friend. The upstairs area had a dj and many people dancing but the area was fairly small and it was cold being that it was partially outdoors. The music selection was also not the greatest. And wait a minute, this is a regular 'ol Mexican bar/restaurant, so what's up with all the "dressed Up" hoochies? Realizing that the upstairs area was not for us, we moved on back downstairs to have some drinks. By then, the downstairs dj was playing 80's disco and freestyle music which thankfully saved the night. Otherwise, drinks are small, location is less than impressive, and people try a little too hard for my taste. Oh yeah and according to many people, NEVER eat here.
by Linda R. on
DBar is a great addition to the growing restaurant parade along Dot Ave. Sit at the bar for a great drink and have supper there as well. The people are friendly and the service is great. I espicially love the mussels, spinach salad and the various seafood entrees that I've had. A dinner companion had the steak and raved about it. The Cajun pasta I had was only OK, I wouldn't order it again. Plus I must add that the prices are reasonable and the portions large.