by Scott Y. on
STK was a very odd place. As a bar / lounge, I would definitely recommend it. The bartender was great, recommending great drinks that I would never have known to order, and the crowd was lively. As a place to get side dishes and appetizers, I would also give it the thumbs up. I tried a few sides and a few appetizers, and all of them were excellent. The part that I found a little odd was that the only thing that I was disappointed by was the steak. I had the rib eye, and I know that rib eye is supposed to be marbled, but mine seemed to be a little past marbled to just plain fatty.
by Shella Trefethen on
What a cool little venue...Hidden off Utah street away from the noise, this place gets pretty rowdy. I went to check out the Pink Mammoth 5 year anniversary party, and it was really fun. The DJs were spinning some house...the bar was open bar till 11...the cover was only 5 dollars? Talk about a dream come true. I had a ton of fun up on the stage dancing with my homies, and was there for several hours before leaving. They even had a fire dancer out on the street to entertain the pyros who were smoking out in the smoke area! I had to go out and check out the dancer, and it was awesome. Pretty epic night at Mighty, not gonna lie. Keep your bouncers in check though...When I was going back into the club the bouncer grabbed my arm (I thought I was in trouble but...) he pulled me away from my friend and said, "Girl! I KNOW that ain't yo man." Keep your day job buddy...
by Graciela Pruitt on
Pretty cool/swank atmosphere. Very, very strong drinks - the martini's are served in 10oz cocktail glasses, and that stuff'll hit you. They've got a piano in the back room, and not only a guy who plays & sings, but you can even request songs, and have a live pianist playing along with your singing. Now that's something you don't see every day. And some of the regulars are frightentingly good (though they seem to have a thing for show tunes...). The only downside? They might go a little overboard in their desire to enable your boozing. My Manhattan was basically a glass of whiskey, with a splash of vermouth & bitters. If I was more of a bourbon fan, I'd be happy as a clam, but I like my Manhattans to actually have enough vermouth to mellow the bourbon a bit. But that's a pretty minor complaint.