by Juan M. on
A very solid brunch experience. We had 11 in our party, but (even calling the night before) they made it happen. We DID have to change our time from 12:30 to 11:30, but it was doable. We had gone a long time ago when they had just opened and it was definitely a 'meh' kind of experience. This time around was a lot better;from the food choices and taste to the ambiance, it was just better all around. I had the hash and got a side of fresh fruit - all uniformly really good. I'd like to come back at night and see if the evening is better, too. It's an old pipe factory so you get that whole re-use thang going, which I like.
by Sherri C. on
We stopped in here while waiting for Pink Elephant to open. There weren't many people yet, and it was nice to be able to sit comfortably on the tall-backed couches without having to pay for a table. The music was pop 80s at the time. Nothing spectacular, but nothing much to complain about either. The guys had several rounds of caipirinhas, so they must have been pretty good.
by Flo Javaux on
I saw a show at the downstairs venue. It was much bigger than I thought. The crowd was a bit rude--the girl sitting across from us brought her own food (yogurt!). I'd heard that the sound was bad, but it was pretty good. Most of all, the prices for the shows aren't that bad. The staff were all incredibly friendly, from the box office guys to the door staff to the waitresses. Maybe it's this way all over Philadelphia, but after the pouty if-you-aren't-famous-I-don't-have-time-for-you staff at a lot of LA venues, the WCL crew are a welcome change!