by Mark Tetlow on
You want a beautiful outdoor garden patio? Got it. You want a sexy crimson lounge area for intimate conversation? Got it. You want a dancefloor to boogie down with a beautiful stranger? Got it. You want table service in an optimal people watching location? Got it. You want entertainment -- sexy go-go dancers & performances? Got it. You want chocolate fondue? Got it. Everything you could want in nightlife and more! Boulevard3 caters to everyone -- something more chill if you're looking to sit/stand around in a gorgeous environment, something more wild if you're looking to dance the night away. Plus, it's a mixed crowd w/ great music to please all.
by Frau A. on
From what I understand, Mamajuana is a packed nightclub on weekends. I know nothing about Friday and Saturday, but at 7:00 pm on a Wednesday night, however, it's busy but not overly so. The Spousal Unit ordered the puerquito, described on the menu as roasted pork served with pickled onions and field pea rice, for $25.00. Our waiter said: "Erm, it's a lot of food. A lot." The rest of us said "Don't worry; he'll take care of it." "Okay," our waiter warned, "I'm just letting you know." Out came a whole roasted pork shoulder. You read that right: an entire pork shoulder, bone-in. 8-[ ] With a little help from a fork, the pork fell off the bone into its own juices, smothered with the pickled onions. About a quart of the field pea rice was served on the side. Incredible. The ceviche was incredible, too, as were the plantains stuffed with baccalau (salt cod). The raisin bread pudding was like the best cupcake you've ever had in your life, sitting on a delicious vanilla custard sauce and topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, with a dollop of whipped cream and a few slices of strawberry for garnish. A ding-ding for noise: sometimes you have to work to be heard by your dining companions, which always annoys me. And because it's a nightclub, the drink prices are a little steep. But then, that's probably why their food prices are so reasonable.