by Adrianna Ruef on
It's a deceivingly awesome place. Like a ninja that cooks well and parties like Spongebob on coke. You look at the outside and think to yourself "What kind of rundown P.O.S. is this?" Then you step in. Boom. Your cramming delicious ass wings down your throat or you're dancing like a drunk on a waterbed. This isn't standard diner food. This stuff is actually GOOD. I would eat 90% of the food from the menu with no qualms. (The 10% would be the so-so desserts and vegetarian dishes, if vegetarian dishes could even be considered food.) I think the chef might be some kind of wizard. The regular food is DELICIOUS and the specials for the day are DYNAMITE as well. I don't care what evil secret ingredient they drop in the food (probably unicorn tears). I'm a fan.
by Michelle Y. on
I have mixed feelings about Third Floor. I usually come here for their Tuesday night happy hour special. It's $15 for unlimited domestic bottled beer, tubs of fried chicken and plates of tonkatsu from 5-8pm. The place is always packed and lively and you leave for home with a pleasant buzz. Get there before 5:45pm or you might have to eat your food standing up at the bar. However on weekend nights, Third Floor is a bar I'd definitely skip. Most drinks in k-town are expensive, but at least I'm paying partly for the atmosphere. The clientele and vibe is empty and isolated. The DJ is too into himself to understand what good music is. Also, who decorated this place? Everyone is Korean. The bartenders are cute, but I'm pretty sure the only English they understand are drink names. I kind of feel bad for writing an honest review, because I like the host so much (friendly and accommodating).
by Carole Ifft on
This place is fantastic. I love the look and feel. Its dark but as a somber red glow to it. I caught Ellen Allien here a couple months ago - it was fantastic. Watch out, the place can get pretty packed. If you don't want to stand, I would suggest the tables along the sides. Don't even THINK about sitting in the central area if there is a concert. You will have to stand up to see anything and you will find yourself hemmed in with regards to dance space. Fantastic sound, fantastic venue.