by Christoper Cardinalli on
After hearing much about it both in rateclubs ads and from friends, we (me and the hubby) decided to give greenhouse a try last night (christmas day). We arrived close to 12am, didn't have a table reservation but luckily there wasn't much of a line. I don't know if it was specially for last night, but there was no cover, instead, we each had to spend a minimum of $50 at the bar, which is much better in my opinion, since I'd rather spend money on drinks than paying a cover. So, after handing a credit card and ID to a hostess at the door, she accompanied us to the bar and handed the card&ID to a bartender. Since it wasn't even 12 yet, it was somewhat empty. We both ordered cocktails ($15) but we couldn't really taste the alcohol in them so we switched to corona ($9). I would take off a star for poor cocktails, but then again, I don't mind drinking beer as long as there is good music and dance!! Coat check and bathrooms are downstairs where there is different music, but I liked the upstairs music much better. Bathroom stalls were extremely small but clean and the attending lady was very nice. Music was GREAT!! Contemporary pop, exactly what I like to dance to. Around 1pm, it started getting crowded, but never to the point that one can't move. Two times, we stepped out for a smoke, and maybe it's coz of it being christmas day, but the line was never very long. All in all, we had a great time, and would totally go back!
by Bennie Jourdain on
I honestly dont eve know where to start..... This coffee bar is open 24 freakin hours a day. You cant beat that! Music is good and they comfortable couches outside with LCD TVs on the wall. They have hookah too and you can smoke your cigarettes while they provide you with free wife. The owner is hella super great. I was smoking hookah with him. I would definitely drive all way to LA from Pasadena just to hang out here. It is worth it! Trust me!
by Russell J. on
I've spent more time on a stool at O'Terrill's than I'd care to admit. This is a cozy, relaxing Irish pub lovingly operated by owners Rufus and Linda O'Terrill. I've been going to this bar, under one name or another, for seven years. Relax inside with the regulars or enjoy a meal out on the non-smoking patio. Mixed crowd aged from 21 to 71. Ryan the Realtor's corny jokes during trivia are a real asset. The french dip is the bomb. The fish and chips are the best in Atlanta. The Irish stew is the bomb. The rest of the menu is decent bar food. The applesauce is handmade and quite good. Decent wings. They have a wide array of beers on tap, and cheap PBR tall boys. Bottom line: this is the only cozy bar in all of Sono where everyone knows your name. The area is not great crime wise, but Rufus keeps a vigilant eye on his parking lot.