by Melissa G. on
Get your butt on a list and get over to Voyeur. At this point I feel like clubs in LA aren't cutting it. They are usually the equivalent of turning off the lights in my home, lighting a few candles by strategically placed mirrors and turning the bass on loud enough to piss of my deaf neighbor. And then you pay up the hoo-ha for a drink in an effort to block out 3 of your 5 senses to kind of enjoy it all. This is the opposite. The complete and total opposite. My group didn't wait in line because we were on a list and because there were 3 girls and 1 guy. I imagine it can be a hassle to get in on some nights but it is one of the only times I'll ever say it would be worth a little wait. I'll resist the urge to tell every detail because not knowing exactly what you are getting into is half the fun- right? Yes- there are boobs. They are everywhere and they are not covered. They are crawling above you- they are dancing around. I was with my boyfriend and it didn't bother me a bit, in fact I found myself pointing them out at times. The only thing this place could use is another bar space... it's a little tough to squeeze in for a drink but at least prices are okay and you aren't drinking to forget or block out what is around you like at other places. Good old fashioned naughty fun!
by Pam S. on
An amazing spot for house lovers... JUST the thing I've been looking for since I relocated over a year ago. Awesome house music.. and with Kaskade on decks tonight, awesome just found a new high. One of the best club nights despite the STINKY group of guys dancing right in front, and the bad ventilation. If this place had better air-conditioning, my night would have been perfect. Even though I had to use about 20 napkins to wipe off the sweat (some my own, some rubbed onto me by others.... grossss)... I still had the time of my life. A house haven to save us all. I am glad I found this place.... so glad that I'm pounding out a raving review at 6am post-clubbing. p/s: It was bloody hard to get a cab out of this area. What is up with that?