by Marnie L. on
Vegetarian platter is amazing, lots of delicious choices. most of the time they give you a little of everything, FOOD COMMA amounts of food. do not leave without trying or bringing home a piece of their tres leches cake.
by Sergio L. on
this has to be one of my top 3 festivals from 2009, and it was a busy year for me and festivals. it was in a beautiful, beautiful area to camp and to host a microfestival... there were talented musicians and great djs to dance to...with less than 200 people, it felt intimate and small, kind of like seeing your favorite band in a nightclub as opposed to a stadium.. the food was organic and plentiful... i got to go deeper into hooping and contact improv from some of the workshops on tap... i guess what really stands out for me is that i made new friends there, cool people who are now a sweet part of my life, and that is the highest testament to a great gathering i can think of!
by Heike Swigert on
I hate to have to disagree with the venerable Three M., but I like the Majestic. It's like a full service Waffle House. You need to go to the Majestic with this in mind. What I mean by full service is that you are not only forced to order waffles. You can get pancakes. You are not forced to get bacon. You can get Corned Beef Hash. Mmmmm Corned Beef Hash. Just remember that it's a dive for drunkards that still have cash as this is a cash only establishment. I have also not had problems with the staff, but then again I am focusing more on not throwing up than how friendly the staff is, but I can vouch for decent service as my drunken ass would be irate if my stomach's rebellion went unchecked.