by Kelsie Vaden on
Was that dishwasher fluid in my long island iced tea? Yes, yes it most certainly was. At 9 bucks a pop I expect something delicious and alcoholic. Vertigo definitely has its charm, it's one of the few places to dance to cheesy 80's music in the area. -The hundreds of mirrors and disco balls are neat for the theme. -They have inexpensive jello shots that didn't appear to have any cascade in them. -They have the worlds smallest men's bathroom tucked under the stairwell. I've partied in manhattan plenty of times, and I've never seen a bathroom so small. It's not a terrible place, but you can do better.
by Giovanni G. on
I was very lucky to be able to host my 3rd Latinos A Morir event (Summer Kiss) at Mighty this past weekend. The place itself is great for a party with 500 people, the ambiance, Audio and Visual is amazing! Sean worked on the AV for our event and everything that popped up on the projectors was pleasing to the eyes (at least my eyes!). The entire staff was extremely friendly, specially Jimmy, side bar bartender. Go say hi to him before the night ends, he will treat you great! All and all, go to Mighty to dance and enjoy the sound system, it really lets you feel the music. I know I'll be having another party there!
by Elwanda Abruzzo on
So this is the best restaurant at Atlantic Station, BUT this is definietly not the best restaurant. The ultra modern decor is brightly lit and looks more like a nightclub than a traditional Mexican restaurant. The chips and salsa on the table look like a traditonal Mexiacn restaurant though. The menu reads more gourmet than it actually delivers. The food here can be uneven at best. The house specialty guacamole prepared tableside is almost silly at $12 per serving. Same goes for the house special pomegranite frozen margarita...it is very tart and not very potent nad not worth $10. This restaurant does better with meat dishes than seafood, and surprisingly most dishes are on the mild side.