by sushiatown s. on
Ruby Skye really happening spot was there on friday it was pretty pack DJ rank 1 was spinning a nice venue nice vibe really good music and light going back for sure next time i am in sf a good house/trance club party!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
by Brenda Kaucher on
Silly name? Self serve yogurt? A recipe for disaster perhaps. Not quite! Clean and sleek like most other yogurt places, this is however where the similarities stop. While most froyo operations chose to stick with a few simple tried and true flavors, Yogli Mogli breaks away from the mold and comes at you with 12 flavors, ranging from Mounds to White Chocolate Macadamia. Swirl em, mix em, stack em on top of each other. Do what you will, but watch out, mixing coffee, strawberry and orange flavored yogurt can be somewhat gross. It is indeed a dilemma that's faced at many a "self serve" style operation. I figured that with my love for froyo, i'll end up spending $10 on my tub of yogurt, but at $0.39 an ounce, I was pleasantly surprised to find that my heaping tub of yogurt came up to about $5, way more bang for the buck than you get at other yogurt places. I like it. 3.5 stars, rounded up to 4.
by Leola Lacinski on
Piano bar?? Singing?? No Thanks. I'm already not a huge fan of karaoke and to have to subject myself to a night of strangers singing songs i don't know because my knowledge of songs earlier than the 90s is sub-par, just didn't sound enticing. So when i was unexpectedly taken here by some friends, i had a ton of reservations. All i could think about was what's the best drink here to get me drunk QUICK. I walked in and all i can think about is, DAMN!! this place is really dark. Navigating my way to the back where the piano's located, took some good maneuvering and keen eyes. I quickly ordered a passion fruit martini while Mary Ann and Greydon U. ordered a mango martini and a beer respectively. The piano player returned a few minutes after we sat down and so began our musical journey. It must have been the martini because i had a damn good time. I even got a picture with the piano lady, Cindy, whom i dearly love. We had Sweet Caroline, Livin on a Prayer, California Dreamin, and other songs that i can't seem to recall at the moment. My friends tried to give Cindy songs like Juicy by Notorious BIG or songs by Nas or Tupac. She knew exactly how to deal with those songs. By now the room had filled up, I had ordered a valencia orange martini, and i had snapped a bunch of surprisingly flattering pictures. The crowd was a mixture of young and old, male and female, middle aged women here with classmates from michigan to celebrate a birthday and us. In the end the martinis were delicious, the atmosphere was spectacular and I was drunk. It's a little too dark for my taste though. Drunk + dark room of strangers = possibility of a morning full of regret. It probably won't ever happen but i'm just sayin'!