by Jim P. on
I was first introduced to Fondue here about 20 years ago and its been about 10 years since I've been back. However, my memories are still good and I will definitely go back at the right time. I remember they had jazz downstairs which was usually pretty good. As long as it hasn't changed, I'd say its the best place for fondue that I know of.
by Anna W. on
Hey ladies, you know that part of your closet where you keep all your "skanky" outfits? Y'know -- the dresses that are so short, they show your cooch? The booty shorts that make your ass pop? The jeans that are so tight you fear the dreaded camel-tie? The top so low-cut that you need the help of your friend Mr. Scotch Tape? Yep, I know y'all have those things, because I sure do, and this is the place I wear all those outfits to. After all, when drinks are $10+ a pop, I'll be damned if I am forced to buy my own drinks. I'm probably halfway to Broketown anyway after paying the $20 cover charge (tip: get friendly with the plethora of promoters that are around there and get your name on a guestlist). However, given it's shortcomings, I have to admit that this place plays the best dance music. Again, taste is music varies from person to person, and I am not a trance or techno crap. I like hip-hop, R&B, remixes, etc., and that's what Estate plays most of the time. If you are going to be one of those douchebags who stand in the corner and lurk, then don't bother coming here. Get on the dance floor and shake what your mama gave you. Otherwise, girls like me will sucker you into buying me drinks all night, only to have you go home alone. Suckers are a dime a dozen, yo. Also, I am old as sin and used to frequent this place *often* when it was The Big Easy. That was by far my most favorite bar/club ever, and being here now brings back old memories.