by Lottie Feusier on
I think this place is a fantastic spot for 2 reasons. Value for money - the beers were only $5 as opposed to 9 or something insane like that. Above all though the atmosphere and view from sitting atop a series of ships with a central bar area on the dock... can't beat it. Early in the evening on weekdays you don't even have to worry about hostesses, reservations or any of that bother. Just go up to the bar, get yourself a drink and plomp yourself on an available table anywhere you like.
by Bella P. on
I have been here a few times about 2 years ago. Both times to the lower section which is the club. Music off the hook, decor takes you to the Dominican Republic (palm trees, sombreros, tamboras) The seats are ook and the atmosphere is pretty good!! Would love to go back and try the restaurant!!
by J. D. on
It seems everyone I know likes to knock this place, but then they always go there. in the new era of Buckhead (the West Village), this place is the nexus. I give the owners credit for having a vision and sticking to it. It's a total "fern bar" right out of the 80's, and attracts a very pretty crowd of white, mostly thirtysomething SEC grads with disposable income who don't flinch at paying $8 for a weak vodka & tonic. East Andrews is really a few places all wrapped up into one complex. Downstairs is the Cafe, with a surprisingly decent menu of standard American bistro fare like calamari, steaks, and salads. Upstairs is a live music/disco venue that charges a cover of $10-12 depending on which band is playing. They cut the bands a little after midnight and feature booty shakin' DJ music until closing. This place reminds me very much of venues in South Florida, but not South Beach, more like Boca and Ft. Lauderdale. If you want clean cut pretty people, lots of nooks and crannies to explore and/or hide, and the opportunity to witness a true "pick up joint/meat market," East Andrews delivers.