by Vamsee K. on
3.5 Stars +1 Mark is easy to deal with for bottle service reservations - quick reply with any questions +1 Rebecca made the entire process easy as soon as I showed up (even though there was a slight mixup with number of guests at the door). She fixed the problem without taking too much time. +1 Our server (Crystal) was awesome, and really cute ;) +1 Gogo Dancers were working it! -1 DJ's music selection (got better towards the end of the night but come on....step your game up son we are here to get our groove on the entire night) +.5 Overall vibe We had a table upstairs at the balcony suite and found it to be perfect (dont get it on the floor it get's way too congested). It's also a perfect viewing area for the dance show they put on around midnight. Abundance of parking a block away, tacos are not that great but hey they are free and help soak some of the drinks down right? I'm spoiled by vegas clubs, so for hollywood this place is pretty solid. I had 8 friends come in with me for VIP table, and another 15 come through normal guest list line. No one had a problem getting in (some did have to pay $20 cover if they came late). They aren't as strict with dress code as they make it seem to be on their website
by Bryce A. on
If it is a weekend and you a guy....except to be paying for the 2 bottle min or come with 5 girls for every guy. It is the normal wait outside for 45 min when no one is inside kind of place. ~Once inside except to pay high NYC prices for drinks. ~Very nice inside, dress in impress (button down and shoes).
by Alfonso Fagnant on
Yes, do arrive early to get a good seat. The performance is so much more when you can make eye contact with the on stage artist. We came here last year around this time and saw a wonderful musician Rachelle Ferrell perform who swayed us with her smooth jazz vocals and awed us with a flexibility produced through her melodic and tonally creative syllabic staccato. At one point during one of her scats, someone's cell phone began to produce that distinct repetition of the Motorola standard ring. The band came to a halt but she barely paused before mimicing the ringtone in impromptu that rose to a crescendo of laughter and applause. Classic. It was a bit tough to get a drink order in here, since we were right up against the stage and it was a hassle to squish out to the bar and back, plus, far from being able to call out drink orders from the aisle to the waitstaff in the middle of a great piece, they just didn't come around too often. Best to get your pre-show swerve on elsewhere.