by Audra Ciaccio on
to me this place is only for show. but afterall i am from asia and lived in philly and ny mostly be4 atl so my expectation maybe above the norm... i mean free wifi, even mcD have that...bread that cost maybe 3times more than what i was used to paying i shouldve just make them @ home chair's comfy but overall the place's too noisy, if only have have individual booth or something and you are lucky if you find a place to sit to begin with
by Taunya Tzeng on
We live closeby and sometimes walk to Vegan Village when we're looking for a place that satisfies vegans and carnivores alike. The soul food mix can be hit or miss but most dishes are quite good. This restaurant is in a nightclub that converts at 9PM so go early and don't expect this place to look like the other internet cafes. The computers are hidden in the back room and the main dining area also doubles as a bar/dance club/theatre. Favorite dishes include the chili nutmeat wraps, the mexican bake and the chlorophyll green drink. I like the yams but my husband thinks they're way too sweet....he prefers the collard greens. Both of us eat meat but we enjoy the Vegan Village food -- I'm not a big fan of soy so I avoid the fake ribs but my vegan housemates like them. The people are friendly here but the decor leaves a lot to be desired.
by Ian L. on
The Endup is much smaller than some of the other big name clubs like Mezzanine or 1015, but that equates to a cooler, more intimate feel. There's a small dance floor that's always packed and moving, and a space to chill in the back room with a fireplace, pool table and booths. If you want more of a breather, or a smoke, there's an outdoor space with a patio, waterfall, and fountain. The weekly parties are Fag Fridays and then a more mixed crowd on Saturday night running through to Sunday morning. If you have a desire to dance until the sun comes up, the Endup is the place to be in SF.