by Stricky T. on
Loca Luna was formerly located on Juniper in the heart of midtown Atlanta and had a vibe like no other Latin tapas bar/club. We used to look forward to the Friday sessions with "Rua 6" and each set they played kept the house rocking. The drinks were crackin good and food was worth every bite. Unfortunately they had to relocate and the vibe was never the same......................I tried the new location a few times and it just doesn't have the same feel..............in all I am still amazed by the band and the food........................
by sherri s. on
This was a birthday treat for me. Getting to see Madeleine Peyroux perform live on my birthday in San Francisco has probably got to be one of the highlights of my life. Blues and Jazz in San Francisco...at Yoshi's, a venue I actually knew nothing about, and could have cared less - that's how big a fan I am of Madeleine Peyroux. It didn't matter if she performed on the street. I would have pulled up a newspaper and sat my ass on the ground...front row. But, I was lucky enough to have seats in the second table right in the center. Awesome. I love you Jay~ You rock! The sound was incredible, and because we ordered our tickets prior to our trip, we didn't have to wait in the looooooooooong line out front. And get this, outside our performance room, was a secondary performance of live pull-out-your-red-shoes and shake-your-booty music. So when we were finished with our show, we could have slipped into an entirely different mood - 2 shows for one. I love it!! The only issue I had with the venue setup was the proximity of tables. We were at a table with a stranger, so keep in mind reserving with parties of 4, so you can watch your favorite musician with your 3 best friends. The tables were so close together I could feel the woman behind me breathing on my neck, while listening to the lesbians who were sitting with them argue over the seating placement. And having to listen to the conversation of the couple on the 1st date to our right was simply boring. But the couple to their left having the public make-out session was awesome! woooo for 3rd dates!! Something to keep in mind...your neighbors will be close strangers.
by Shenita Gendreau on
This review is strictly for the Little Baobab on Saturday late-night, which should not be allowed unless you have lost a bet to a cruel foe or are caught up in a web of friends and don't know the people in charge well enough to talk them out of it. Black light: bad idea. Getting knocked around by sticky people doing the Butterfly while waiting for the homeless gas-station bathroom: bad idea. Standing anywhere near the dance floor: bad idea. Why? You will get bumped and ground by sweat-slicked predators hoping you'll fall for the whole "Woo! I'm on a tropical vacation!" vibe and give up an easy one night stand. The drinks are still delicious, especially the tamarind one, but you can go have a nice meal at the big Baobab around the bend. But apparently it's not so bad here if you come early for happy hour.
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