by Nalani K. on
A GREAT place to go dancing on a Friday/Saturday night. I have not eaten the food there, but my friends all enjoy it. Personally, it is a bit too pricey for my taste considering it is Mexican food. Guys-you NEED dress shoes. Also, coat check is only $2.00 which is a nice plus.
by Ilda Litza on
Be it the beer snob, rock snob, or hipster yearning to be seen -- JB's handles all these and much more with such aplomb and grace. It's kind of impossible to dislike JB's, as they go out of their way to please *everyone*.
by Ashleigh K. on
I have gone to Bimbo's a few times and have seen many of my favorite artists play here. The sound is pretty good and it's a medium size so it gives way to that intimate feeling we all love when seeing an artist we love. I like that it's never so loud that it makes your brain hurt. Nice and clean too; has a deco-feel to it... just what I'd want if I were to see a jazz show here... or for any show it's nice. Cocktails are a bit pricey, beer is not, but for a place with swank style I guess it's only natural. The crowd was super polite last night for Jose Gonzalez whose tracks are on the quiet side... everyone used their "inside voices". Ha! Maybe that doesn't have anything to do with the establishment, but the crowds it attracts (or that I've experienced) are all generally a nice group to share an evening with. I'll go back anytime since the staff are always so nice, including the bouncers, and it's so chillaxed. My only complaint is that every time I go ALL the tables are reserved, so no seating for the general public. Maybe I haven't figured out how to get one yet... but I'm really not willing to pay a butt load of money just to be able to sit down... but I could be wrong. I'd rather stand and have a better view anyway. I still recommend going to Bimbo's to see whoever is playing that you'd like to see. Very nice!