by kay r. on
TOOOOO Smoky and if you like the college crowd then this is for you! Im done with the college crowd! lol Its ok great music selection n food! nice outdoor area! parking is scarce, we parked in the nearby kroger!
by Shannon R. on
Full disclosure: If you're a female and you wanna get some, come here. It's a sure bet, ladies. I have not encountered such an over-the-top aggressive un-discriminating group of dudes since I was in Belize. But if you're game, this is your place. There are plenty of spicy men waiting for you who will be all about it. Or you could come here with a guy and not have to deal with that dynamic (except if he leaves your side for even a moment to go the bar or bathroom!) But no, really, all that aside, I enjoy baobab. They have some pretty killer cocktails that aren't too expensive. They play (as much as I hate this term) "world music" and reggaeton and stuff, mostly. And people dance instead of just staring at the wall (imagine that at a DANCE club!) If I come here, I usually plan to end the night at beauty bar next door, but it can be a good starter place.
by Enoch Mcfatter on
I went to PopScene for ten years... 1997 to 2007. And then I stopped. It was so reliable. Every Thursday night you know you could dance until your feet couldn't move anymore to the beat of brit pop and new wave and 80's love and everything else, maybe take a smoke break, maybe stop to shoot some pool, maybe play some foos. There was room. There were tables. There was an outdoors. The bartenders remembered you. I f**king loved this place. And then... Slowly it evolved into a live music venue where you had to wait in line starting at 5 pm to get tickets to come back later to wait in line to squish in like a sardine with 600 other people and attempt to get a glimpse of the band on the little stage. Yeah I'm not having any of that. So... alas... It's changed. Sure, they got the Killers for their 10 year anniversary (great show, but you felt like a sardine). But you know what? Some people just want to go there and dance like the good old days. What do you say to that?