by Hooria T. on
My 600th review goes to the Bubble Lounge, one of my favorite spots in San Francisco. They combine two of my favorite things, champagne and chocolate covered strawberries. I was a happy girl to say the least the first time I came here with my boyfriend on a date. We were able to snag a table and had optimal people watching views. The lower level basement is where the bathrooms and dance floor is located. It was completely packed when we were there so we pretty much stuck to our intimate table upstairs. As others have pointed out, their drinks and appetizers are a little pricey (even for SF), but it's still one of my favorite spots to hang out in the city.
by Oski B. on
Came here for brunch with two out-of-towners and a 2 year-old kid. We arrived at 10:45 (weekend brunch starts at 10) on a Saturday and were somewhat surprised to find that there was no wait. The kid liked the booth we were seated in because the chairs were like the back seat of an old GM car. And now a moment of silence for GM. We all ordered the same thing: the Big Bang. At $14, it comes with 2 pancakes, 3 strips of applewood bacon, 2 turkey sausages, home fries, whole-grain toast, and scrambled eggs. Service was speedy, attentive, and friendly.
by Kennith Durell on
As a DJ I give this place 5 stars just for the sound system, which was designed and installed by legendary NYC jock Angel Moraes (who also did Stereo in Montreal, which is even more impressive). On top of that they actually have House music on Saturdays and not that cheesy club crap that you usually here in Boston. When I play here once a month they even encourage me to throw down the good stuff. So yeah Underbar, did it right in my book.