by Monica F. on
My first ever trip to Supperclub was for a fashion show. I was one of the models and we went there for a fitting on their closed hours....BUT i was just in a daze of how amazing the club looks like without the lights and people and music. As you enter through the front door, you are welcomed by what looks like some vintage looking mirror in this dark mini entry way. this is where you are welcomed by the hostess, Miss Vee. Past the waiting area, is the Bar room- A circular full service bar in the middle of the red room with red walls,red cushiony benches surrounding the area. the restrooms are also located in this area. on the right hand side, there is a VIP area perfect for private groups. there's a gigantic bed, and a strip pole with mirrors. -In one of the shows, we used this as our prep area for makeup. In one of the shows i did, we were lucky to be able to use their office upstairs for makeup which had more ample light. After the bar room- where everything is red....you are walked through this other area where the show and dinner actually happens on BED. Now, everything here is WHITE. very Minimal with an edge. There are luxurious thick white beds and pillows situated around the entire area, leaving the middle part for the performers. there are 2 staircases that lead up to more beds upstairs. I caught bits and pieces of what was happening during the show and i was AMAZED. I could not wait to actually go there to actually experience the whole dinner and show escapade myself. The performers, as i must say are the most creative ones i've ever seen. Imagine one performer moving to really soulful, grunge music, half naked, squeezing a tube of sunscreen all over his face and body. The whole production and artists really make the words crazy and the unique Stand out in this place. You have to be really open minded to appreciate the scenes expressed to the audience... hmm. what else? oh..imagine dancing and being poured with vodka straight from the bottle to your mouth from someone standing on the bar?! All you gotta do is open your mouth and get it through your system and dance it off. ---DIFFERENT THINGS HAPPEN EVERY SINGLE NIGHT. --- All that, i was able to witness from taking a peek from our backstage. For Dinner prices, it could be a little pricey.---but i heard it's really worth it as you pay for the dinner ambiance and the live performances. And for the model part in me, I absolutely love doing fashion shows here. the crowd so far had always been so pleasant and friendly and sassy. Oh..one tip for the ladies, walk on the balls of your feet when you use the stairs. there are tiny holes on the stairs where your thin, sexy stiletto heel can get stuck in.
by Aaron Canalez on
We had a great experience at Woodfire last week. I've had it marked to try for some time, and asked my assistant in Atlanta to make reservations for my trip out there. Apparently, this is not as easy as it sounds, she called in a favor to get us in at 530 pm on a Thursday, so I would recommend booking in advance! We were quickly seated in a cute little private room - just one table for four - and greeted by our waiter who was fantastic throughout the meal. I ordered the warm beet salad with goat cheese - YUM - usually restaurants seem to serve beets with blue cheese and one of the few things I don't like is blue cheese, so this one really made me happy. It was delicious. We also had the steelhead tartare, I was a little apprehensive about raw steelhead but it was good, and the sweetbreads. Not being a fan of sweetbreads I only tried the mushroom polenta that came with them and I could have eaten a whole dish of that for sure. I almost asked for some. On to main courses of pork loin, strip loin, duck, and my sturgeon. The fish was perfect, moist and tender, and the mushroom ragout was outstanding. I also tried my honey's duck which was wonderful. We ordered dessert but realized we were running late for a show so took it with us and enjoyed it later, I had the chocolate pain perdu, which was perfect, super chocolate-y without being too sweet. From what I understand the menu changes constantly, which I consider a very good thing. I might have to see if my assistant has any more favors to call in for my next trip to ATL.
by Lonna Clothey on
mehhhhhhhhhhhhh what a typical, overhyped spot. We got here around 930 and hung out in the bar in the restaurant for a while. Drinks were mediocre, a lot more cranberry than vodka if you know what I mean. The food that people were eating around us looked pretty yum, but I've heard it's bleh. After bumming around the bar, we went downstairs to the club. It's pretty FLASHY, very Vegas-y. The DJ wasn't bad, he was spinning a lot of old school tunes that aren't played much in clubs these days. The bartenders were all super nice too. Weird part is, for how "exclusive" the bouncers act about this place, the people were all kinda ehhhh. I was expecting to see gorgeous people. but iono. Kind of a weird place all in all. I had fun because of the people I was with, but I don't think I'd come here again.