by Noemi S. on
I ventured into this joint when it first opened from a suggestion by a friend and was pleasantly surprised with the selection they had on tap. Most places my friends drag me out to don't serve IPA's so I was hyped. The bartenders were super friendly and supplied more than ample "taste tests". Upon arriving, I was a little confused with parking because of the signing but we just parked in the lot and all was right in the world. It's beautiful when you get inside, not your typical establishment to drink at and if you are in the neighborhood, do swing by for a cider or ale.
by Dianne Mcintosh on
This club is soooooo small. I wanted to come here since it was on The Hills, but it's really hard to find since there is no name on the club. The outside looks kind of shady. When you walk inside it's really fancy with nice flourescent lights, people open all the doors for you (even to the bathroom), but the dance floor is really small. Despite how small the dance floor is, the crowd can get pretty rowdy with the dancing. I got bumped into a million times by people who were just crazily dancing away with their arms flailing all over the place when the dance floor is crammed with people. If you enjoy dancing in crowds where you get beat up this is the place to be! I gave this place 3 stars since the venue was really nice, and there was a lounging area where you can sit and just chat if you wanted to get away from the crazy dancers on the dance floor.