by Lauren M. on
Very disappointing. Went with a group of five and everyone thought their food was so-so - from the fish, to the mussels, to the soups, etc. Their was also a "private party: of 100+ people that was spilling over so women purses were hitting us in the head as we were trying to eat, but nobody had bother to mention this, despite the fact that we had made the dinner reservations more than 3 weeks in advance. The whole ambiance of the restaurant felt "off". I'm a pescatarian and am always looking for good seafood places, so am sad to cross this off my list as I will not be returning.
by Christopher Vredeveld on
Wonderful space, I had a blast seeing Tainted Love there, but my experience with the ticket staff coming into the place was more stressful than I could believe! My friend had spent $92 on 4 tickets to Tainted Love for a group of us, but was sick the night of the show, and told me to get them at Will Call. The lady working the Will Call booth told me loudly and rudely, "There IS no will call!" which threw me for a loop. Then I noticed other people were picking up will call tickets from her, so I got back in line and tried again. She refused to give me the tickets, even though my friend's name was on her list. She said the only person she could "release" the tickets to was my friend. (She was YELLING at me.) I explained that I wasn't going to make my sick friend get out of bed and drive down here. She snapped, "Then you're going to have to drive to her house, get her ID and credit card and a signed note saying she releases the tickets to you!" Unbelievable! What's even more unbelievable is that the 3 of us actually drove across town and collected all the documents they insisted upon! You'd think we were trying to get into Madonna or U2 instead of an 80's cover band. The ticket staff acted suddenly nice to us upon our return, but I couldn't resist informing them, "rateclubs's gonna hear about this!" ; )