by John D. on
At first glance, I was stoked at being able to eat and drink on a boat. How awesome! And of course all I could sing in my head while walking to the boat was "I'm on a boat!!" And then I get to the boat...and all my dreams come crashing down. Essentially it is a frat house on a boat - young people yelling and pushing around, limited seating, top-40 dance music pumping in the back...and those are the good qualities? They only serve Corona which is fine, but after a while it's nice to vary it up. Being on a boat was a redeeming quality, it offers great views and its unique. For about 15 minutes, and then the shouts of 22-year-old Jersey frat boys and the screams of sorority girls having a ladies night out gets old. I've been through college, I'd like a change of scenery.
by Allison Porcello on
Not only did it used to be a speakeasy, but this place has an old school bathroom attendant. The woman keeps the ladies' loo fastidiously clean, and there are vanity mirrors with little stools to sit and powder your nose by.