by Tracy Kneedler on
Probably has one of the best soundsystems I've ever experienced. Go there on Funktion Wednesday's (drum and bass) and prepare for your hair to be flattened by the bass. I've witnessed tabletop candles be rumbled onto the floors here. Go there on a Saturday for some progressive house or trance by any number of good (oftentimes famous) DJs. I was there this past Sat for Markus Schulz. Gonna be back for Ferry Corsten in April too. Their outside patio is wonderful, if you need to get cooled down after you get your dance on. Usually lots of seating available. The giant, illuminated buddha in the corner is fun eye candy too. Drinks are pricey, as can be expected, but bartenders are generally pretty cool. I recommend going outside for your cocktails, as the inner bar in the main room is jam packed usually. The one time I got VIP table service here, the waitress was very friendly and attentive. The crowd can be sorta dicey on rare occasions; I saw some guy start a fight for no reason on a Wed night once. Blam, punched another dude right in the face. Oh, definitely more guys than girls here every time I've gone. I love their bathroom stock, tons of gum, candy, lotion/cosmetics (if you use public makeup, ew); and such nice bathroom attendants too. I like that they stay open till 4am on Sat's. But just don't order a Jager & Red Bull cocktail at 1:55 or else you'll be forced to down it by 2am to abide by the liquor laws. Easy parking - $10 valet lot right there. Or cabs are easily had on Hwood Blvd. Go here for fun crowd, good dancing, quality djs, and an amazing soundsystem! Bring earplugs!
by Laura R. on
I don't know, guys, I wasn't so impressed. Granted, forking out $20 just to get in and $12 per gin and tonic was a bit of a burden on the wallet. In addition, the place was overcrowded and loud. I went on a Thurs night and had a decent time, but coming back on a Tuesday was almost unbearable. The crowd felt a bit trashy to me and I could barely move. Wouldn't be my first pick of clubs in Boston.