by Kristin F. on
I am a fan... and would probably go more if the parking lot was bigger and there was a spot for us on the outdoor patio. We have gone a few times and left because I have a really hard time waiting for food when I am hungry. Call me a baby, I can take it. The mexican martinis are delicious and the queso especial is amazing. I wish they would build another by our house with big patio, less people, and a place to park! I guess it's a good thing that they are packed, that means they're doin' somethin' right.
by Solomon Caver on
My sister once told me that magazine parties are a weird mix of people because there are people there who want to be in the magazine, the hipster kids who want to be part of the scene, the cool people that work at the magazine, and then you have your suits that nobody wants to invite but they have to be invited. We were here last Thursday for some magazine party. Unfortunately, I came straight from a work event. Basically, I felt like the person who nobody wants to invite but had to be invited so it may have affected my view of this place. When you first walk in, there are about 100 stairs to climb. After a night of drinking, I'm surprised nobody has fallen and taken out everyone in front of them. Ladies who wear stilettos please be careful walking down these stairs. This is a huge venue/club that has potential to be cheesy. However, I can't particularly point to why it could be cheesy but maybe from my experience at other like venues. There are three rooms with an upstairs bar with a perfect view of the stage. Also, there are plenty of lounge areas for table service. Because it was a magazine party, we took advantage of the free drinks so really can't comment on how much or how well they make their drinks. The evening was hip hop with a little bit of electronic nuances later in the evening. The very first act was not to my liking. Is a hip hop cover band really necessary? By the time Diplo came on, I was already tired from work and the free drinks. By me not being able to keep up socially during the week is showing vulnerability here and who gets tired from free drinks? Older people..... I used to really like hip hop but these days, I'm not really feeling it at the clubs anymore. Perhaps, my body is really rusty and has "bump and grind" envy. I know R. Kelly sang there isn't anything wrong with a little "bump and grind" but he later taught us that we should be discerning about whom we do it with and I would rather do it in some other venue. However, I will it give it 3 rather than 2 stars because the venue really depends on the act and I'm sure my opinion would be different if it were a band I liked.
by chelsa v. on
love it. i love to people watch. and cheap beer. and free entertainent. this place offers all of the above. going here on the weekends has a cover usually $10 and sometimes can be crowded, as in "one in and one out" BUT it is such a fun experience that I am sure you will remember and talk about for awhile!! GO! if you havent already.