by Karen H. on
Unbelievable ! Hands down the worst dining experience of my life ! The trashy little waitress was excesively vile. She stomped all over the restaurant snapping and snarling at everyone. The bartender was incompetent at best - was utterly challenged over pouring a glass of wine. The food we had was friend shrimp, prawns and cheesy bread was all fresh but exceptionally salty. A little lighter on the salt and it would be amazing. I wouldn't refer this place to anyone.
by sheri l. on
I've been here 3 times, each time with table service. First time, my girls took me here for my bachelorette party. Table service is awesome, we had our table upstairs which overlooks the dancefloor - it's so roomy and the staff is really nice. There's an outdoor area with a free tacos and inside the first bar area there's smores!! I really like this place because the music is good, the dancefloor doesn't get overly crowded, it's a good mix of people and it's just a fun place! The only cons are that the bathroom lines get really long and parking is ... well, it's Hollywood! haha Table service is the way to go here ... it's not that much if you're going with a group of people. Pretty good pricing for LA. The upstairs is a good location if you have a few people that aren't that big on clubs and more into bar/lounge areas. Two thumbs up from me and my girls!! ****EDIT**** if you get table service and you all leave the table, tell the staff to hide your bottle. the last time i was there some stupid a$$ biyotches drank out of our bottle!!
by Stan Hulon on
I went to see a Swingin' Utters/One Man Army/US Bombs show many moons ago. Between sets, I saw a slovenly, rag-covered gentleman wandering on stage while the techs set-up the next act. "How nice that they let the bum hang out during the show," I thought. Later, the bum took his place behind the mike. Realization dawned. The bum was Duane Peters of US Bombs and he was the entertainment of the night. The performance was particularly memorable since he ended it by stumbling drunkingly head first into a steel barracade and had to be carried off stage. Thanks for the good times, GAMH.