by Benson B. on
I had such a fabulous time at the Frying Pan. I went to the Frying Pan on a Sunday during Labor day weekend, they were celebrating Bahamas day. Since it was a holiday weekend, it was not crazy crowded. My buddies and I were able to grab a table on the upper level -- we got buckets of Kalik beer and white sangrias - soaking up the sun listening to Bahamian music. I checked out the downstairs area of the ship and I felt like I was in a museum. It was really interesting to see the ship in its original form. Make sure not to touch anything though, the rails/walls and all are super rusty. Yuck. The frying pan is open for two more months, definitely worth checking out. I heard the food is pretty amazing too. Check it out....Boat Bar NYC!! Can't beat that! ohhh and ladies....leave the stilletoes at home.
by Omer Boulware on
Vanguard, Vanguard, Vanguard..... What can I say? You see that star up there? Can I begin to say how S T U C K U P the ppl here are? Dudes with faces that look like someone stepped on em with metal spiked shoes, females who act like their shit don't stink... I honestly R E G R E T coming here. A friend and I were originally going to Mountain Bar (cause of the music and the chill environment) but her co worker told her she knew a promoter here and said we should swing by, and unfortunately that's what we did. Vanguard is everything I hate about L.A. and the radio ^_^ Expensive drinks, stuck up crowd, and none else than the Top 40 music that is played on the radio. If I wanted to listen to that bunk, I might as well have gone to an 18+ club. Half a star because of their sound system, and another half star cause I got in for free. Kicked it in the VIP lounge with some dudes and chicks from this radio station and MTV...stuck up as well with all those damn cameras around. There were also a few performances by some groups I had no idea they existed....I wanted to be like..."Wait here for me girls, Imma go up there and sing too" Someone needed to get those ppl off the stage. Just sad.