by Boris Armon on
What can you say about the flagship Whole Foods? This is an amazing place to shop, just browse around, or stop in for dinner on any given day. Quick serve stations with great food await and a buffet style line will get you dinner quickly. Don't expect fancy dishes or anything like that. This is to get you in and out quickly with some good food. There is usually ample parking above or below ground if you are patient. Also, be on the lookout for special events that Whole Foods often holds that can be quite fun and entertaining. Overall, a wonderful store and a wonderful experience!
by Tim W. on
The Georgia Aquarium is nice but I just like the National Aquarium in Baltimore better! I do like the lay out of a hand that makes getting around pretty easy. I wish the Shark exhibit was open but it's still under construction. It doesn't take long at all to walk through, about an hour. I just can't justify the admission price. Go to Wendy's and get a coupon for $10 off combined admission for The Georgia Aquarium and World of Coca Cola if doing both. Please be nice and not use flash when taking pictures! I saw tons of people doing it with signs posted asking you not to!
by Benjamin Brue on
This place is GORGEOUS. I was pretty drunk most of the night, but from what I remember, this place was pretty fun. The drink prices are what you would expect for a hollywood club (10-15 bucks depending on what you got). We tried to get on the guestlist which apparently is a "reservation". If you make a "reservation" and they email you back within 24 hours, then you make the guestlist. Since we didn't make it on, we had to pay cover ($20 on a saturday night), but for a group of 16 people, we didn't have to wait. The dance area is pretty nice, except the elevated dance floor is pretty dangerous (my two friends fell off the platform in drunken stupor, but luckily all bones remained intact). I think it's pretty cool how they have a fondue table set up though right near the entrance. It's a pretty smart way to make money from drunken people with the munchies. This is probably the closest thing to Vegas I've seen in Socal, just way less packed which is great since you can actually move around without being stampeded to death by herds of girls flinging their arms around trying to make their way through the club. Just be sure to keep all your belongings near you. Somehow, I lost my favorite gold earring at this place and I don't even know how it happened since I was just SITTING on a bench. Be sure to have your friends around to keep you from grabbing shiny things on the floor when drunk. In my attempt to find my earring, I drunkenly searched the floor and proceeded to grab some pretty nasty items off the floor. I didn't even find my earring. FAIL.
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