by Audra M. on
The food here is ok, and if you are the kind of person who likes to see and be seen OR you have an expense account, come here. Othere wise, skip it. Over priced scene-ster hell. ps One plus, I think the tourist children LOVE the Koi pond. They adorably gather around it. Its the only thing that was genuine there.
by Vnessa M. on
SWEET DREAMZ ARE MADE OF...Reminds me of the crowd from Cabin room. THIS PLACE is PERFECTLY TAILORED for this Dancing Queen's needs. I first went with my favorite Andrew, McTrouble, and it was always on the nights that were dedicated to Gay/Lesbians and African Americans. We were welcomed with open arms and always access to the larger VIP room upstairs. We would show up around 2 am and leave almost at 6 am. I never made the line because we had "people on the inside". You can just imagine the types of energy found in this place at 3 and 4 am. Most people are either on coke, weed, Ritalin, Ecstasy and/or lots of alcohol. Not bad for the all-nighters, industry people getting off work and people flying in from a different time zone or Australia... and look who is talking here? Yes, I was up until the wee hours of the night because I grew up in Miami and we started late and ..."party until 8 in the morn.." This is the perfect place to hangout if you do not intend on going to work the next 2 days. The Trance Music can get a bit annoying after you are over 35. Drinks are cheap and well, free for me, because I do not recall one single time I paid for a drink in there.
by Shery Pridmore on
New Year's 2008 was my return visit since who knows when...We showed up confused, and bought $40 tickets. Apparently Tiesto was the guest dj that morning...We danced from 6a.m. til about 9:30a.m. until they told us the lower part of the club was closing down. We got ushered upstairs to Spyder Club, through the sunny ass courtyard. Too much sun, melting. We bolted and ran home. Happy New Year.