by Nancy Y. on
Decor is nice, with some trees which add a nice organic element. it's a little different from the usual set up, with booth spaces and a stage area in the center. DJ booth and dance floor further back. It's fairly roomy there which is a welcome change from the tiny clubs that are around nowadays. There is also an open roof area I suppose for smokers. There for an event, so not sure what the crowd is like on a regular night. Street parking is available, but not on the same street as it's limited by a couple of hours, even in the middle of the night so read the sign. Parking lot across the street as well.
by Su K. on
Before I delve into details, let me make one thing clear, THIS IS NOT A RESTAURANT. Well, I guess it is a restaurant technically. It has tables, chairs, and people who take your orders and bring you food. It is a big nightclub whose owner decided that s/he could make extra bucks by putting some tables on the dance floor and serve expensive mediocre food during non-dance hours. The metal shiny doors made me feel like I was walking into a sheek club where I could possibly see Blade come to hunt some vampires. The huge space looked like it was once a warehouse. Everything in the space was white, which made me feel a bit uneasy. Imagine being in a completely white space without windows. They did add colors with the lights, but it still is a white room. Food was mediocre at best. The only thing I thought was decent was the tuna tartar. Unfnortunately, there were only 3 spoonfuls of it on the plate. :( We ordered short ribs with coconut curry (ok), pepper steak (unremarkable but ok), seafood fetuccini (blah), tuna tartar (pretty good), shrim with garlic noodles (I've had better). Three of us each got a drink. The bill came out to be $160!!! I felt guilty that I suggested trying out this place and apologized to my dinner companions several times. I am angry at myself and this wanna-be restaurant for ruining my precious Friday night. The extra star is for superb service. Several different people came to check on us, and our requests were met promptly. Maybe the service was excellent because there weren't a lot of patrons.
by Providencia Bruschke on
Been here once. Loved the history of this place. But I felt kind of weird here- like I just walked into something personal. Everyone knows each other and there are def. lots of regulars (so it seemed), so it takes awhile to get used to if you plan to become a regular yourself.