by Lamont Backlund on
I'm writing a review for Ruby Skye's gay tea dances. They fucking suck!!!! What kind of club starts at 5pm and ends at 12am??? And you have to pay $20 to get in??? And that's if you get there early, you need to pay more if you arrive one hour after doors open. The drinks are way too much and watered down. They only play house/tecno music, and it really gets boring when the same beat plays for an hour. You need drugs if you want to have fun here. The worst part is when they kick you out at 12, so the "straight dancing" can begin, and if you want to be part of that party, you have to pay another $20. Fuck you Ruby Skye, never going to your piece of shit club again. P.s Go to Las Vegas and see what a real fucking club looks like.
by Gerardo Share on
I know someone who's not going to be too pleased with me when they see this review, but Middlesex only gets an "A-OK" from me. The DJing is usually solid, as many other reviewers have mentioned, but overall the place doesn't inspire me. I will say, though, that the service at the bar is excellent, especially when you're there with someone who's a regular. In the end, I'm not sure what Middlesex is trying to be -- but maybe that's the point.
by Jaci B. on
Our meal began with a melt in your mouth amazing cod amuse bouche, then onto the pacific yellowtail sashimi, georgia rock shrimp tempura, and some sort of clam chowder ravioli appetizers. The sommalier helped us select a wonderful pinot noir to complement our food. We had a couple of the steak dishes, the risotto and the jidori chicken as entrees for the table. The chicken was a surprise... flawless, juicy, flavorful and complemented perfectly with the polenta. One of the steaks was just ok. But the other (can't remember the name) that was suggested by our server was perfect. For dessert, do not miss the banana praline & chocolate. It's a medley of all things right in the world. Hazelnut, chocolate, banana bread, praline and malt. Are you kidding me? The chef also chose two other selections for us. The persian melon sorbet and the neopolitan were tasty, but if you have to pick just one - make it the hazelnut! The chef also sent out one final surprise. Three perfect little doughnut bites. Portions were just right. We were able to enjoy all these amazing things, and go home happy instead of overly stuffed. It's not exactly inexpensive, so make a trip to Apple when you have something to celebrate or you if value a perfectly intimate dinner with friends. Go to Apple before this place gets too popular, and you might just get treated to some of the special service and incredible attention that we received.