by Elaine C. on
This is hands down the best club/lounges i've ever been to. I came here when this venue was slightly newer so I didn't experience the $20 cover charge. Very classy decor with white couches and white canopies outside. There is a large square fountain in the middle of the entrance and you can lounge around there prior to going inside. There is a bart right outside so that's a plus. Go inside and you find yourself in some what of a lounge fairy land. There was a man on stilts, aerialists, and popcorn machine all for free. I hear they recently started giving tacos and strawberries out too. What other venue does that? Dance floors are spacious with high ceilings. There are two levels. Drinks are decently priced. One of the more upscale lounges I've been to. I don't go out as much anymore but if I had to go to one, this would definitely be my lounge of choice. The crowd is classy and nice. I would highly highly recommend this place to everyone.
by Brian G. on
So you've been turned down by Def Jam, Capitol, and a few other record labels for good measure. No time for moping. If you're feeling your flow hit Feel Karaoke with your crew and you'll be balling like it was a P Diddy white party. The setting is five star. In my time, I've come across some pretty sketch karaoke bars, but Feel makes you think like you've come to some clubby lounge. The foyer is clean and softly lit with clubby lighting. Rooms are very generous in size. Room for 10 felt like room for at least 12 or more. Plenty of space in front of the table to get up and shake your moneymaker to Britney Spears without knocking over beers. A few things that would push Feel to a 5 star joint. Sanitary covers would be a nice touch especially after you've watched your inebriated friends almost make out with the mike to a hair raising rendition of Journey. Wireless mikes. Countless bottles were unfortunately upended while transferring mikes to the next person up at bat. But no worries mate. Feel Karaoke will have you crackin like a summer jam in no time.
by Janice F. on
I went to this club last August "23rd" of 2009, to find some random DJ spinning the front room that night. The DJ was blasting the speakers with this repetitive shrieking ~ ear piercing frequency siren buildup in every track he played - that he must of thought was "music"? When I left the club my ears were ringing at full blast. It's now 2010, 7 months later after my night at this club and I still have TINNITUS in both ears from that night ~ I am not kidding!!! If anyone wants to know what permanent hearing damage feels like - go to this club stand in front of the speakers and wait for a volume hungry DJ with no control of what they are spinning to go on. I can't believe I paid to have my hearing blown out for no good reason; the dancers there were clueless, bobbing up and down to this dog whistle-air raid siren. I haven't ever regretted going to a club like I did that night - that experience was torture and it cost me my hearing! and damn that DJ seriously!