by Asiah C. on
Ahh I remembere the first time I came to Element in summer of 2009. I had just recentely turned 21 and came here on Reggae night. The music was on and poppin and the Guys were looking fine. I loved this place the first time so much I came here 3 more times during that summer and hte next year decided to go there for my birthday! (Flo from bad girls club was there that night) My friend just informed me that this pace was closed I hope its not true! So tis the reason for my review to say a possible farwell to a place that was part of my youth (turning 23 soon). Spent many a drunken nights here partying it up wit the peeps!
by Jill N. on
I guess I'm going to be the rain on the "I love Trudy's" parade. I'll start on a positive note. Their migas enchiladas and chicken tortilla soup are pretty tasty. Moving on... I think a big part of the reason I don't care for Trudy's is because whenever I go it tends to be for someone's birthday or a special event with a large party. Everyone always wants to come to Trudy's...and I just don't understand why. The restaurant is usually pretty crowded...and being there with a big party makes it even worse. It's hard to maneuver your way across the packed-in tables to get to the restroom. Or in my case, to talk to the rest of your party that was seated on the other side of the restaurant. It's also been really cold in there the times I've been...but this is coming from someone who has a mental list of restaurants to bring a jacket to. Maybe the problem is that I just don't care about the Mexican martinis. Other places have them too...why is this one so special? I actually came to Trudy's on my 21st birthday because I wanted to finally be able to experience the legend that is the Trudy's Mexican martini. "Meh" is all I have to say. Once you take away the hype of their Mexican martinis, there's really nothing special about Trudy's.