I was there with a business group so we didn't have to wait in line but honestly I don't get the hype...! Music is average and the place is jammed with literally no room to move or dance and constant elbow jabbing.. You can drop $1000s for bottles but all you get is a spot at the bar, no table. As a matter of fact even after we switched to a table it didn't get any better as all booths are crowded with girls looking for free drinks and perched on top of couches. This place needs much better crowd control. Trust me you'd have a much better and enjoyable time in ANY of the less hyped clubs all over the city.
Sad to see this place closed when I visited the city recently.. used to come here a lot and had the best time of my life every time. The blonde bartender Ashley with the green eyes was the most gorgeous woman I'd ever seen and best service I've received at a club! Hope you guys come back soon n better than ever!!!!
I was having a girls night at this bar, I had the time of my life. We met a promoter who got us in and the experience was amazing. Would definitely recommend going. Everyone was nice and polite. Amazing bartenders. Our promoter was the life of the party and me and my girls found a nice spott!! Would definitely recommend going again.
A very bad place of choice which I have made to go On a Friday night and I had booked my tickets online. When I checked with the bouncers or security. They didn’t allow me and they judge people by their color and looks. Seems like they were allowing people who they knew. It seems like a racial discrimination which the shouldn’t be doing. I would like to say treat everyone Equally. Not a good place for Indians.
The bouncers outside were rude and discriminatory to members in my group. They wouldn't allow everyone in and split my group up. We were all standing in front of the line. They had us waiting outside when absolutely no one was inside the club. What a joke! The groups of models that came in later just stood around on one side of club socializing. I was told it was "early" (it was around 12am) and party gets better later. Finally I was told they weren't going to allow my friends inside. They told one Caucasian girl in my group that she better get to the back of the line. I didn't enjoy the vibe so I finished my drink and left to meet with my friends outside. It's not worth the hassle. My short, thick, afro self got in by luck because the guy in my group knew the promoter. However, there was a limit to who can get in.
Is your Restaurant still open for Business? Lets get the word out to the residents in the community. We’ll build you a road map that shows you how to take your current Dinner Specials, showcase it online for more visibility, and broadcast it to your your beloved patrons so you can get more foot traffic & Online orders