by dave c. on
This place is trash. I just made this account to write about a horrible dry cleaning place and was thinking of other establishments that are trash. Le cercle SUPERCLUB came to mind. Ok this review is coming from a guy's perspective for guys which is the most important because we be the ones paying the dolo, so you girls shut the hell up who like to dance and drink for free it has nothing to do with you. I been here when it was prive, when it relaunched as cercle (which was cool while it lasted, especially had fun on new years), but lately I heard this place been sucking hard after promoters and the crowd changed. My friends tested the theory and told me themselves it was about 25% full on a SATURDAY NIGHT. well several weekends ago I dont know why but several friends and i went out of last resort. no problems gettin in, seems like anyone can get in and i asked the waiter about prices. Prices were high, I think that night it was actually more than VR which is hilarious when you think about it. anyways im gettin tired of typing, they keep redesigning this place tryin to switch it up, they need to just switch owners or something. the interior has these huge drapes in every table which looks like crap you cant see anything. music i dont remember, im certain it was trash. i went out for a smoke, and it looked like a fight was gonna break out any second with all the hard ass jjah siks posting up. and the girls were just.. whatever. as if i went to life plaza or something and they all came to this club. nothing special. friends and I downed our bottle within the hour, paid our bill and bounced to NRB and had a blast. so, this place music and crowd and price sucks. if you wanna kclub go to vr.
by jake r. on
I was not totally sober when we headed to Vertigo last Friday, so I'll do my best to recall pertinent details. They have a patio/porch thing where you can sit an smoke, so that is a huge plus. I don't know anything about the bathroom or the lines to get into it, but they looked really long. They played a lot of hits from Junior High / Highschool dances, so that was pretty cool. I mean when was the last time I heard Fantasy by Mariah Carey and Ole Dirty Bastard? +1 Star for the memories. Ratecluber company aside, the crowd here was totally random. No one was really jerky or rude though so that was nice. Krystal L even let me dance with her, what a sweety. Dana M said my cardigan made me look like her grandfather. But Rachel F and then Autumn K both told me it was hot. So I guess I win DANA I'd probably go back to Vertigo if I was in the area.
by Mark L. on
I went here for the first time on Halloween last year, 2008. I know that's a special circumstance so my experience was probably a little different. However, I believe that if a club can blow me away and be epic on Halloween, it'll be a pretty damn awesome club any given weekend the rest of the year. I'll write this review as a recap of my night, to give you a flashback-style perspective. THE ARRIVAL: The parking situation wasn't terrible, which is usually the case around these parts. There were parking spaces all lined down the street (alley) that this club was on, and at the end was a long street that had plenty of street parking. Surprisingly, despite the fact that it seemed like a totally shady area, there were no crackheads peeing on my car. In fact, I didn't see anyone other then this club Patrons. THE LINE: Usually the line is the most miserable part of going out. Here's an example of what its typically like standing in line at OTHER places: You'd be standing in a pointless line with pretentious and annoying idiots to the front of you, and well, even MORE pretentious and annoying idiots behind you. You most likely sober and pissed off and freezing cold, and the bouncer is most likely an asshole that hates you, his job, and the rest of the world. Here's what it was ACTUALLY like: Turns out that *I* was the pretentious, annoying drunk asshole in line. The people to the front of me were friendly, nice people wanting to have a good time, and the people behind me were nice people, wanting to have a good time. It was not cold, and there was a DJ outside blasting jams for us. The bouncer was a super nice guy. THE BAR: Despite the place being shoulder to shoulder packed full of intoxicated people dressed up as well, anything and everything, the bartender got to me in a matter of minutes. This guy was the SHIT. Ordered a screw driver. Came out in a matter of minutes. Was very, very strong. Only 5 dollars. WHAT? I thought he was just hooking me up, so in turn I hooked him up. The next 5 drinks I would get throughout the night, would all come out in the same amount of time at the same strength and at the same price. I don't know about you guys, but at other places, I have gotten assholes that probably assume that I'm too drunk to notice and raise the price on me for the same exact god damned drink that I just ordered at a cheaper price 20 minutes ago. THE MUSIC: I got my face rocked off. As a huge fan of Electro-House, I was treated to an even HARDER offering thanks to Syd Gris. The place is so loud, I'm pretty sure I was getting a full body massage from the bass. If you're coming here expecting Hip Hop / Top 40's, GTFO. THE CLIENTELE: It was such a crazy mix that it would be hard to say what type of people were there. But I CAN tell you what kind of people WEREN'T there: Ghettoasses, assholes / douchebags, (very)old men, weird European dudes, and even "that" guy didn't make an appearance! Maybe it was the Halloween spirit, but everyone was chill, friendly, and there to have a great time. OVERALL: Super awesome. I will be back, but only when I have a crew that would appreciate this place as much as I do.
by Maia Pong on
I can't believe Sarah is the only one to have reviewed the Rite Spot. Of course, she's the one who brilliantly introduced me to this comfortable but quirky bar - I still think of it as a bar but I guess it is technically a restaurant. Excellent crunchy-on-the-edges-fried ravioli; eat'em while they're hot! When the live act isn't going they play good music, the crowd is anything from local contractor to first date, and I think Sheri pointed out it feels like you're in a David Lynch movie...