by Crystal C. on
Came here for my friend's birthday on a Sunday. She interns for Dim Mak so she got hooked up with some bottle service for Dim Mak Cannonball Sundays. Drinks were way over-priced as expected. What I didn't expect was that the drinks were almost pure alcohol! I had a hard time finishing my cactus cooler. Actually, I don't think I finished at all. I'm all for strong drinks, but at least make it drink-able? The mystery guest DJ of the night was Diplo. OMG! Amazzzinggg!!! The resident DJs were also pretty good. They were playing pretty much all the songs that are on rotation on my boyfriend's iPod. It was so nice to take a break from the mainstream electro, hip hop and mashups. The pool/cabana area was super nice but kinda wish they had some heat lamps cause it was kinda cold outside. Indoor/bottle service area looks very similar to Drai's in Las Vegas. Def would come here again! Next time I would definitely take advantage of the photobooth. Totes forgot about that :(:( Oh, and I got a picture with Mark Salling (Puck) and Cory Monteith (Finn) from Glee. =)
by Ricky Downin on
When you walk into the unmarked door to Halo, it doesn't feel like you're in Atlanta anymore. It has the look and feel of a high end lounge that's hidden in plain sight. The prices are higher, the music is louder, and the interior is nicer than almost any lounge in Atlanta. It's a good place to go if you're not into the cheap beer and jukebox scene. I've never been when Halo is packed, primarily since I would go when a friend was spinning, and he never got the prime time slots. Surprisingly, Halo has one of the best cheese plates in the city. I know, that sounds crazy (and a little odd for me to be talking about cheese plates) but it's true. It goes very well with the wines on the menu.