by Tiffany F. on
This is your average dive/old man bar, except there's a unique blend of young adults. I can easily see this as one of your last stops of the evening. Don't expect anything too over the top. There are decent beers on tap, the bar tenders are friendly but not overly accommodating, and the space is small.
by Clarece R. on
Oh God, I hate this place. Granted, I'm 30 - far too old for this kind of place. But I would still hate it if I were a 20-something. I went here with a group of friends from out-of-town. They wanted to go here. I don't know why, but they did. Being the good friend I am, I came along. I now regret my decision. The place was packed with cooler-than-me anorexic hipsters wearing jeans sized for my 7-year old daughter, and other ridiculous obligatory things hipsters wear. The music was crappy, the air conditioner was either off or broken, and everyone there danced like they were in the throes of simultaneous epileptic seizures. I myself, being a 30-year-old not-hipster and choosing not to dance like I have a medical problem, stuck out like a sore thumb. It was all I could do not to ditch my friends and go home. It was that bad.
by Alesha Nilges on
Asia SF is a great place to start the night for a special occasion, but not a place to go "just because." I went in a group of 8 girls for a girls night out/birthday party. We each threw in over $70 each, and I wasn't full or drunk. For $70, I should be one or the other. The food was good, but I could have used more. The show was entertaining, but I think we were seated at the wrong side of the bar because most of the action seemed to be on the other side. Our server was absolutely fabulous, and the manager sent free shots to our table (they may do this everyone, because I saw some of the same pink mystery drink on other tables).