by Raina Englehardt on
This place is good, not great. It's "hot" now, I'll give it to July before it's cold. Why do they call it Voyeur? Well, there's girls dancing topless in the cages/ swinging from ropes/ trapped in nets... Whether you're a guy or girl, it's pretty fun to watch. Certainly a great conversation stater. The layout of the club is absolutely terrible. You're tripping over the tables when you walk in and the dance floor is tucked so far in the back that everyone ends up falling into each other. Drinks are expensive: 5 drinks set me back $70+. I've seen a classier set of women in other clubs; this was a little more plastic than usual. I'd say go while (if) you can until the next "it" club opens up.
by Glayds Korchnak on
I'm not a sports fan, but the food and service are excellent. The first few times I went, the sports audio was off - and with music playing, the place has a relaxing, wonderful ambiance. When they do crank up the sports volume, it almost ruins it for me. But it IS a sports bar, so I can't complain about that. Now, I simply call ahead and ask about the audio. If a game is on, I just don't go. Interiors: No claustrophobia here. Huge, lofty spaces with modern, chic finishes and very nice lighting design. A variety of seating choices, from bar stools to very comfortable roomy booths. A separate room and a mezzanine area are available for private events. The private room is fully equipped for all your audiovisual needs. Food: The Reuben is the best in town - and I've tried them all. It's HUGE. Take half home - surprisingly, it's almost as good reheated. The fries are crispy and salted to perfection. (I think there's a touch of sugar on them too - but I ain't complainin'.) The tenderloin salad is fantastic. Other favorites are the pork lettuce wraps, shrimp and crab tower, and fried shrimp and oysters. The Chop House hamburger rightly made the top 50 list in Texas Monthly. Service: Always happy, polite and attentive. From the hostess to the waiters to the bartenders, they all give the impression it's a fun place to work. Parking: It's a mall, so there's always plenty!
by Alison C. on
Jake's is a very laid back dive bar. The front section has a few booths on the left wall, a large bar along the right wall, and tons of standing room in between. They offer a wide range of unusual beers and even were offering $3 draft beers when I went on a Sunday night. The back room has buck hunter, fooseball, and pool tables. It's a great place for a fun, relaxed evening with friends.