by Lindsey K. on
Wow, this place is gorgeous. You are greeted by a bouncer in a 20's style suit and hostess in flapper garb. The decor and architecture are stunning. We went for happy hour and got there around 6- happy hour is from 5-7. First, they gave us each a ticket good for one 35cent martini. The martini you get is whatever they have decided is the "special" of the night. They were fairly strong and really tasty. Most of the tables were taken or reserved, but they let us sit in a reserved table until just before the party was set to arrive an hour later. Good service overall. They also have a 5 for $5 deal for happy hour food. This does not mean you get 5 items for $5 though. You get 5 items priced at $5 each. The serving sizes aren't bad though, and you get sweet potato or regular fries with each! The calamari was good, nice lemony flavor going on. My friend said the Kobe burgers were really good as well. It was a bummer that the drinks were so expensive though. I would absolutely come back for happy hour again, but I need to be richer before I'm down with $15 drinks. The place is so nice though- I won;t take away a star for that.
by Jessica L. on
I am addicted to this place. I love it! I drive from Buckhead a couple times a week because I just have to have it. I'd love to have my own franchise. It is always busy but they keep it very clean. The line moves fast but sometimes it's so busy there is no where to sit. They have every topping including fruits and they keep them topped off and fresh. It costs me about $5 when I go but it is totally worth it. There is no other place like it. I just wish it was closer to where I live. I always get the same thing too. Red Velvet, Cookies & Cream and Cake Batter w/ rainbow sprinkles, Oreo pieces and strawberry's. Every friend I have taken there has loved it. You should definitely try it out! I think I want to go right now...lol.
by Donn Sweatt on
There are at least 3 different rooms (to my knowledge) and there is a bar in all of them. The one time I went- the crowd was not very interesting. The dancing was not happening. One room for techno/trance. One for hip-hop. One for some weird club-ed up music (think music that isn't really club-like that they mixed with club beats). There's definitely a lot of seating, but the place is nothing I would go out of my way for. Although a plus is the drinks are reasonably priced for an SF place (although I forgot about the cover- so that probably negates my previous positive comment).