by Priscilla H. on
This is a medium sized club that smells like a public bathroom. There is no ventilation and it's super stuffy. The service and everyone who worked there was absolutely fantastic, but I would never go there again. It's just really uncomfortable - look, smell and feel.
by meyrick V. on
Ambiance: 5 stars - Beautiful setting which will reminds you of Vegas clubs Food: 2 stars - Definitely not worth price - Food was already room temperature when it was served - Serving was small - Quality of food not worth the price - Seriously $6 or $8 (forgot how much it cost) for frozen french fries!? Give me a damn break! in-n-Out fries tasted better! - Ordered the foie gras (appetizer) and it was yummy - but who could mess up a foie gras in the first place? - 'Spicy' Ahi Tuna - not even spicy at all; Kabuki Ahi Tuna tasted better! - Lobster Risotto - good and not at all salty since every risotto I have tried at other places have always been salty; wish it was hot when served though. Service: 3 stars - Our server was actually nice and pleasant but the rest are not at all friendly nor attentive Overall: - For club goers this is a definitely nice place and one of the new hot spots in LA - Dining - eat the hotdogs outside from the vendors and you'll have a better food experience
by Rebecca D. on
This is easily my favorite club in the city as a place. The downside is they too rarely book house and trance DJs of my liking (who tend to get bogarted by 1015 and Ruby Skye) but when they do you better bring your dancing shoes or get the hell out of the way. This club has the best fixed soundsystem in SF, I dare you to name one better. The bass and treble are perfectly balanced so you get blasted off your ass without damaging your hearing. Open until reasonable hours. (4 AM, if you're a nightclub not open after 2 why bother. Clubs are not really fun till the drunkards go home anyway.) They tend to allow ins and outs if you're nice to the bouncer. Bar service is a bit dodgy because there's only one real bar serving the whole place, so it's not the bartenders' fault but it can be really hard to get served at peak times. In a decent, centrally located spot where there is nevertheless a ridiculous amount of parking. Having worked in this area I can tell you there's not a soul for blocks around after 8pm and it's the perfect place for an afterhours club. Anyway great place and I go whenever I get the chance.
by Nish N. on
Diclaimer: I'm not a big sports fan (as in nice goal, Kobe), but that does not mean I cannot criticize a place that charges $20 for six dried-out pieces of meat passing themselves off as ribs. I've heard their wings and more sports bar-ish food items are ok, but this place makes me want to load a fresh clip in my uzi and find this Jillian character and ask her what the f#*k she was thinking. If you like pool though, they have a lot of tables in the backroom.