by eva h. on
I'm ok with Pietro's. In the 7 or so years I've eaten there sporadically the menu hasn't changed much, nor has the consistent okay-ness of the food. It's not going to win any awards, but if you're with a big group and need a bite, it's fine. I always skip the pizza (bland) and get some random pasta (usually fine). The salads are always a good option, too. Service last time was deplorable, though--to the point that our server asked us if we wanted dessert and then said "you *did* get your entrees, right? Sorry, I'm busy..." Yeah, we noticed--when we couldn't get a refill of our drinks.
by Snowmade S. on
I spent a lot of my college Thursdays at RumoR and it was a blast. When I go back now, I'm still loving the music and have a great time dancing, but the crowd is so young and obnoxious that it's becoming a real turn-off... The attitude of the bouncers and list ladies seems to be getting worse every year while the cover charge keeps going up. So while it can be a fun night with great music and dancing, prepare to be charged a lot, pushed around and not treated well by staff.
by Whitney Medvec on
I can say that Club Esso is pobably the best thing going for the 21-25 crowd. The regular Friday and Saturday nights have grown to have a considerable amount of people who are looking forward to enjoy a night of good music. Being that it is in East Atlanta, you get a mix of a crowd. From those who will wear their fancy linen to those who would rather just be casual and wear their jeams and rock a nicely fitted polo and some timberlands. Esso had accomodated some of the well known and local talent. From Gucci Mane to Lil' Wayne, you have your pick. Friday nights have become more for the college crowd while saturdays has moved towards the "grown and sexy" crowd. I've personally had my birthday party there and the service was something to admire. Making reservations was very easy and the staff are willing to work with you if you have any changes to make within a certain amount of time.