by Ross H. on
There are not many karaoke places I would show my face, but there is good vibe here, plenty of space away from the singing and a great Happy Hour. $3 wells or $5 doubles. Drinks at that price almost had me cool enough for karaoke. Almost.
by Jim P. on
Can I speak on it? This is one chill dump. If you were blindfolded when you walked in here... you'd think you were in 1975 when you take it off. cause, Marvin Gaye will be on the Jukebox, there will be red faux leather bucket bar stools, the beers will be almost the same price as 35 years ago, and there will be more colors than a rainbow in the crowd. guaranteed good time...in any decade!!!
by Teodoro Wickell on
I always have fun when I come here, in spite of myself. I know the place is openly pretentious, and the chicks in the hot shorts or leggings or whatever the trend of the day are out on the prowl and will knock me over on their way to score the appropriate meathead - I know all that. But there is something about a dark space, delicious libations, thumping music and proximity of dressed up people that makes me happy. I like the two rooms - if you get tired of the market in the big room, you can sit in the loungy velvet room and relax before diving back in. The music is quite adequate and goes well with the martinis. I take off a star because the party really doesn't get started until well after 11, which amounts to no more than 2.5 hours of dancing pleasure. Typical Boston: we're going to pretend that we're cool, and start late, but we'll still shut down at 2am, so get drunk fast, hunt well, and dance all you can.