by Erica S. on
Came here with friends on a Saturday night. I was expecting a lounge, but when I saw the crowd in line and how most of the girls were dressed, I realized it was a club. Ended up waiting 45 minutes in the Guest List line. Luckily, we only had to pay $10 to get in, but it was quite a young crowd. The VIP section was pretty big that for the rest of us, the area available was small. Impossible to stand around anywhere and the dancing area was SOOOO tight and crowded that it was impossible to dance. For the first time in a club, I wondered if this place was safe should there be an emergency. It didn't seem like it. After an hour or so, we left. Not sure if I'll be coming here again.
by James M. on
I wasn't going to review this place, because I've only gone a couple of times since they remodeled. I mean, look at my profile pic, it is actually from the old 3rd Floor. That's how old I am, folks. Anyhow, I like what they did with the place. The menu is nothing to write home about, and the service sucks as usual, even though most of the waitresses are pretty hot. Food, drinks are decent as usual. I don't go there to eat or their drink menu. I go there to meet people and hang out with friends. That's the thing about Ktown. It's not superb, it's not terrible, but it's comfortable and you know what to expect. And every Korean out there knows that even though you vow not to "do Ktown" somehow you often end up there many a night. Ehhh, that's Ktown for ya... whaddyagonnado? *shrug*
by Dorene Brignolo on
Joey and I had the best night at Yoshi's. We went to the lounge and got to watch the chefs prepare the food right below us. The service was great and everything we ordered was fantastic! We then saw a show and the venue is great. It's very small and intimate so no seat is a bad seat. If you can, try to get a table in the back were they only seat two to a table. While I love to meet new people I don't really want to sit with them during a concert.
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