by Elizabeth G. on
Okay... SO I can't review the inside of this particular location, but I can say that the way this club is run is completely unorganized. I went there this friday on the 21st of May, and I showed up earlier because I wanted to beat the annoying line that I have read so much about. So I got there around 10:45pm which is early, but since the club opens at 10pm I thought it would be fine. Wellllllll when I got there I was told there was an event inside and that no one could get in until 11:45pm. You know Greenhouse.... that would have been nice to know before making my way all the over there from NJ... Yeah, very annoying. Maybe they should keep their website events page in order and updated. Anywho since I had family in town I decided to head back at around 12. Which at this point there was a line and it was not moving for no apparent reason. Left after waiting for about twenty minutes on an idle line. So my luck with greenhouse not so good. Not sure if I will try to go back.. Ps. Cover $20 Good luck kiddies.
by Ebony K. on
Blue Martini... Wow. It is definitely not for us young whipper snappers as all the reviews have said it. The older you are the more you will probably fit in and I am in my mid 30's. Don't get me wrong, everyone was friendly and it was a laid back atmosphere but it just wasn't my type of crowd. With that said, I was there for happy hour and the lobster tacos and their mango martini were both 5 star quality. They leave the martini shaker on your table after they fill your glass I swear I filled up my martini glass 3 times!! It was a small shaker but that shaker sure did hold alot of that good mango martini. Their were big lobster chunks in the two tacos that I had and for the price (being that it was happy hour) it was worth it. We tried to order dessert but they only had one out of the three available which was the white chocolate mousse pie and unfortunately, after 1 bite each, we were not happy with it. Stephanie, our fantabulous waitress took the pie off our bill even after we said don't worry about it. Needless to say she got an extra few bucks because of it. Not a bad place to go if you are in the area and if you are looking for a younger crowd, you will be sadly disappointed.
by Harley Arbour on
After a day of lying in the sun by a pool, my girls and I were jonesing for some frozen bevs. We scoured the internet for a bit, perusing through our options and decided on the Velvet Margarita Cantina. Away we go!!! Walking in you hit a blue velvet curtain and a wall of very cold air. BRRRRR....it was freezing in there! Shivering, we are shown a booth. For the first 5 minutes none of us speak, we are too busy exploring this place with our eyes. The walls are dripping with velvet, what look like glamorous sea mines spin from the ceiling, gyrating dolls are affixed in shelves, Elvis glares at us from all sides. We are enveloped in kitsch! The speakers are even playing classic rock, covered by a mariachi band. Fan - f-ing-tastic! I wrap myself in our cloth napkins and we select our bevvies of choice. I go for the pina colada and O-MI-GOD...it was nectar of the gods. Served in a shaved coconut, it may have been the best I've ever had. Mind you, I've never been to the islands. The food was ehhh. But none of us got an entree...just a salad and apps. The chips and salsa were perfect - crispy, salty and spicy, with 3 sauces to choose from. Our waiter was a bit strange, but not bad and the bussers were very efficient. The atmosphere and drinks are more than enough to bring me back again and again.