by Kerry D. on
Much fun all around... great cocktails, great food, great atmosphere! I have been here several times with my husband and with groups of female friends. I love the mixed crowd and the diversity of patrons. Service has always been welcoming and efficient. I need to try the brunch sometime!
by Yung Bann on
One of my favorite haunts when I lived in Atlanta... it was an ecclectic mixed crowd, strong drinks, and great music. I preferred it to the other huge places in ATL to hang out.. this was more friendly.
by Jonathan H. on
*Edit note:* I find it funny that the only bad reviews of this place are from people who never even made it through the front door. I've been to several clubs in SF, and based on my experience I can safely say there is nothing like this place in the city and won't be for quite some time. The door to the place is tucked in a litle alley just north of Niketown. It's not until you descend down the large stairs that you are presented with the main room of the club. The sound system is a very well tuned Funktion 1 installation, with music sounding crisp and clear from every corner of the club thanks to the multi point sound. The tables and booths are very comfortable and stylish. The whole place is lit up with LEDs similar to Supperclub, but unlike Supperclub's stark white walls, every wall is textured in some unique way and done up in a neutral tone to give the lighting a very surreal and warm look to it. Between the tall bonzai style tree in the raised area to the outdoor sound effects in the bathroom, you might catch yourself with the impression that you were outside if you weren't paying attention. It reminds me a bit of Vegas being in the place. The attention to detail and refined interior design is world class and you can tell the moment you walk in. The bar is well designed with interesting panelling above the bartenders backlit by changing LEDs. The whole idea is showing off textures with light. It gives the club a finer granularity of character that you don't usually see with modern club design. Overall it makes the place much more organic and inviting... My favorite part of the club is the brick wall that extends along the back side of the club. The wall apparently holds the street up outside and was an unplanned addition, but the way its lit up, it really makes the club look amazing. The only thing I couldn't really experience was the food, which will be available once the place opens. I can't say enough good things about this place. It's being run by some very good people and I think will become a unique and special part of the city. It's not open yet so there's not much I can say about crowd or music, however. I think it's opening in early February some time so its definitely worth checking out then.