by Christopher K. on
There are two important things you need to know about this place: 1. This is one of the few places in the city that can make a proper Old Fashioned. 2. This place is pure San Francisco. The bartender politely turned down a free copy of Windows 7 because he's "a mac guy".
by kerrie h. on
well first of all me and my honey we both work for the state so we cannot eat here every weekend but, It is an deserving treat! I really can't remember what my dish was called but I do remember being completely satisfied when it was time to go. We had this crab stuff wonderful dish for our appetizer it really took me there....but I have to say I will HAVE to go back for the Tea, which is served on ice, with a little pitcher on the side with extra tea for me...and it is unsweetened, they give you this other pitcher with sweetener, not sugar but sweetener with tropical fruit infused!! Wow it was awesome. The other thing that I noticed was that the building inside was quite pretty with pink, orange and purple everywhere...and of course blue white and brown, don't worry fellas you won't feel out of place....but your lady will appreciate the beauty of this dining hall!!
by Louvenia Pavlica on
I have been here four times - two for a three day weekend house music event (Pacific Soundsystem) and the other two for salsa night. I'm not a great salsa dancer but I can bust a few moves or two. The class lessons that begins on Saturdays are definitely a must fellas if you want to learn! I definitely am more into house/electronic music scene than I am of salsa but will compromise since I'm a big fan on Latin culture. As for the venue itself I like it a lot. There's actually room to venture about either on the dance floor level, upstairs in the chill out area or out on the patio lounge. The crowd is diverse and overall not that bad in terms of my four experiences at this club. Even the bouncers are friendly! I even was taught a new phrase to say to a nice looking lady that evening, "Son lindos tus ojos!"