by Jasper Dago on
Okay, it all started when I got my first form of identification to celebrate being 21 (connect the dots, I don't want to officially admit to anything). I decided to scope out Suite 181 with my other friends (newly 21 as well). We were rushing to get the right BART train so that we make it before 11pm and we don't have to pay the ridiculous cover charge. However, at the Union Square Bart, the Scientology people said that we looked stressed and needed a stress test. After telling us that we are probably going to die if we don't buy their book, we politely took their leave and rushed to go wait in line. After waiting in a long line to get in we definitely did not make the cut off time and thus had to pay $20 each! Regardless, after splurging on coat check, drinks (Tokyo Ice Teas) and cover...we got drunk off our asses and had a great time! However, we failed to realize that BART closes at midnight so we needed a ride back to our dorms/apt. We met these REALLY attractive guys and they said they would take us home (thank God we didn't get stabbed...looking back). The only downfall was that the really attractive guy kissed like he was a vacuum cleaner and I thought he was going to take out my tongue with a vengeance. The other guy was supposedly a manager for the Golden State Warriors. We never got our tickets! Anyway, we thought that we would cook them dinner/breakfast for being so nice enough to take us home. We stopped by Safeway, bought some chicken, rice, and other ingredients for a nice Indian/Philipino fusion meal. Upon exiting the doors of Safeway at 6am, we find our nice drivers had BOUNCED! I was like "are you serious?" Apparently, one of the hot guys wasn't over his ex-girlfriend and I think she had called for a booty call. Luckily, the city bus system was kicked into gear and we took the bus in our "walk of shame" outfits at 6am. Needless to say, we had an amazing hangover meal cooked by yours truly! :) It was a very memorable night, indeed! Just make sure you get on the guest list and get there before 11 so that u don't have to pay the ridiculous cover. And there are two dancing floors and a random VIP dance floor in the middle. And there is smoking outside.There are some couches too, I even saw one couple being NASTY in the club! It was fun! :)
by Mark C. on
A good attempt at NY-style pie, but in this town that doesn't mean much. The cheese was a nice blend and the sauce was thinly applied, something I like, though it could have been more assertive. The crust was utterly flavorless. Didn't even taste like bread, just... nothing. The elements are all there, but none of them quite reach the level. The overall impression is soft, bulky blandness. Unfortunately, in Atlanta this is one of the better NY-style pizzas you're going to get, but my search for a good slice continues.