by mila l. on
a nice space. but smaller than it appears on the outside. navagating a little bit confusing. the bathrooms are in some weird long hallway. but it is different than most club spaces in nyc had a little bit of trouble at the door, but that was smoothed over by a friend. lots of europeans. they let us dance on the tables and such, since our friend had a table. That night was a little fuzzy. but people there seemed to like to party. and were classy. but I could see how people could see this place as snobby and over rated. I had fun because I was pretty drunk already. so I didn't care what people thought about my antics. I say, come drunk, bring girls, and be prepared for a small dance floor unless youre willing to pay for a table.
by Diana L. on
Kat's Cafe reminds me of a place you see in the movies... it's a "hidden little Atlanta gem" and I absolutely loved my experience. For those who truly enjoy the art of "raw" performances and intimate spaces then this place should be added to your list of serious MUST DOS. I only got a glass of wine and that was around $8.00. So prices are reasonable. And Kat says that she rarely charges an entry fee, 90% of the time admission is free. Support this husband and wife team!!!! They actually get the concept for small spaces that have quality atmosphere and entertainment. Love it!
by Wilford Maran on
Another place I finally made it out to! Don't know what took me so long. Anyway, despite hearing tons about it I didn't really know what to expect. Came here with a group of friends, which is what this place is fun for I think... we hung out mostly upstairs. This place is surprisingly large. The downstairs was packed and very loud. I liked it upstairs better. However, drinks were easily attainable at either bar. There was a cover, which I'm definitely not used to paying. And a strict no-hats for guys policy, which caused a little tension amongst our group. But, no biggie... Overall I enjoyed the vibe here. Next time I'm lookin for a night out-out... not a bar like 500 Club or Cassanova, but not like a club like Slide or Vessel... I think this place is a good middle ground. And they played pretty good music- 80s, early 90s danceable songs.