by Jeremy A. on
Lets be clear, this is a bar / club with a bowling alley as an after thought. That being said its a bit expensive to bowl here but you're going for the club atmosphere. For what it is, we had a great time and we went on a weekday so it wasn't packed at all. I didn't try the food but the servers were all really friendly. I'd go back again for sure, they had Hot Wings and I was bummed I was full already.
by Otis Kabler on
Pretty disappointing. I've been to the Alpharetta location of this restaurant several times, and I've always come away happy. Not so much the Inman Park iteration. We ordered guacamole, which was fresh, flavorful, and incredibly generous (the two of us couldn't finish it, despite it taking a while for our orders to arrive). Unfortunately, when our orders did arrive, they didn't live up to the guac's promise. My mole enchiladas were a soppy mess, and the mole tasted more like chocolate than anything else. Yes, I know a good mole often includes chocolate as an ingredient, but it's just one of many flavors that should blend into an entirely new experience. No blend here. I ate about half of them and I was done. My friend got three tacos, and the tortillas for all three crumbled weakly into oblivion within a few minutes of their arrival. After trying to salvage things, he dumped out their contents and ate them with a fork. Also, unlike most taquerias, you are punished here for ordering a variety of tacos rather than three of one kind -- if you do, you must purchase rice and beans ala carte (it's otherwise included in the meal). The rice and beans didn't justify this special treatment. All in all, he liked the shrimp, thought the chicken was tasteless, and we both agreed the beef was well-cooked and seasoned. Pure isn't offensive by any means, and I was very happy with our service and the room/atmosphere. Unfortunately, the grub will have to improve before I'll consider a return. There are just too many other strong Mexican options in town.