by Britton G. on
Hands down this place is a tourist trap and a place for college students with their parents credit card. As I handed the bartender $10 for a vodka sprite (note it was well) I was given 1 dollar back for change. Looking at the dollar I looked at the bartender in shock she smiled and walked off. Never again will I go in this bar. With it's rude staff and stuck up patrons I would rather have sex with a running blinder.
by Austin S. on
http://www.myfreewallp... *record screetch* Dang it... wrong kind of "feel" http://www.fsl.orst.ed... Wait... that's not it either.... Well, whichever kind of "feel" it is, this Feel wasn't too bad. I prefer the Noraebang style of karaoke. You know, the kind where you're in a room and you're only humiliating yourself in front of friends or people you've met before. I mean, that's just me. There's a big, multi-colored neon side out front, so it's hard to miss, even though it is on a minor street. The inside is clean and doesn't smell. Always a plus. We had to wait just a few minutes while our room was getting ready. Typical room setup, however, this one had 2 TVs: the main one on the opposite wall from the couches, and another one right next to the door. Kinda nice to have 2 TVs depending on where you were sitting. The selection of songs seemed pretty standard. There was nothing in there that we couldn't find or are group karaoke favorites, like "Don't Stop Believin'" by Journey or "A Whole New World" duet. One thing I do have to point out was our server. Usually, everybody that works at these karaoke places are fobby Koreans. What... it's true. Well, this guy, Wally, spoke PERFECT English. Took me and a couple of us by surprise. More on that later. But he was really awesome and he kept checking in on us. He even brought a complimentary order of fries. That's something else you usually don't see. Prices seemed pretty moderate. Our time there, plus I think like 3 bottles of Hite, I think 3 bottles of Soju and a bottle of cranberry juice came down to $23/person. That works for me. So, going back to Walter. I made a comment to Keisha and said "oh, I bet they gave him to us because none of us are Korean", so when I pulled him aside and said that to him, he responded, "That's how it usually is. I get all the non-Korean customers" "Really?" "Yeah, I'm half German and Irish, so people are surprised by my perfect English" "Oh... that makes sense." They apparently have valet parking in the back but we didn't know that so we parked on the street.
by Alphonse Gromoll on
This place is always a good place to come right after work for a bite to eat and a couple drink at the happy hour prices which are pretty spectacular. Just when you do, know that their appetizers are bigger than you think they will be so order with your stomach and not your eyes here! My roomie and I always over order here because everything sounds so good! Definitely get their loaded fries, nachos and their spicy chicken quesadillas are SOOOO TASTY! The staff is nice but during sports games they get a little slow with bringing you your bill. Don't expect a lot of people to be here late into the night, because it is really more like a bar for after work happy hour to work off whatever steam you have from working that ol' 9-5 ha