by Rhea N. on
If I could give zero stars, I would. I had a friend visiting from Portugal and I wanted him to experience the LA night life & culture. This is not the way I expected it to be, but I suppose it is somewhat the reality of LA nightlife: - too superficial - too expensive - too elitist - etc. etc. We got there relatively early to try to get into this club that was suggested by a friend of mine. However, after being told to stand in this "line" for 15 or so minutes, a guy with his "map" of the club - literally just squares on a white sheet of paper - opens it up and takes a long look at it and mentions to me, my male friend from portugal and two girls that the only way we'll get in is if we buy 3 bottles. 4 people. 3 bottles. Does that even make sense? F*&$ this place. "Peace Out" says my friend from Portugal.
by Horacio Savio on
misconception... the guy Arash aint the owner... he just a worker.. this guy is such a douche.. i was at this store buying some kicks.. this fool Arash walks starts hollaring at the girls working at the store... it was NYE.. so he tells them "what you guys have planned tonite..." they said nothing.. "you should come to Manor West.. Im the owner.. ill get you guys in for free and free drinks all night..." ... so whack... no game.. the only way to get girls, is to tell people "i own a club.." nice place though.. like the high ceilings..... but man poorly ran. .. i give this place another 2-3 years of business, and itll just be another revolving club that we see so many of in SF... dj sucked, the people sucked, huge line... they werent even letting the girls go in... WTF... what bar/club does that... just all bad... and i swear, my ipod has better music than what these djs be playing... wtf... put my ipod and spin that... youll have the whole club crackin and everyone will get laid at the end of the night...
by Noel Elftman on
Went there on a Thursday and Friday night. The place is filled with crowd that seems to mostly go to a place for the 'bar' experience, neither hip, nor elegant. Thursday, there were about 90% or more guys. They were friendly. The pool tables had games going on, where you could write you name on a chalk board to challenge someone. There are also other games, like video machines and a ping pong table, which may make it nice, if you go with your friend to hang out for a bit. However, we ended up leaving both times after less then two hours to find something more happening.