by omo a. on
First of all, I don`t do dress codes. Second, I don`t do lines. And finally, I don`t do fifteen dollar cocktails. Call me stunted, call me low-class, see if I give a shit. Maybe I`ll just spend the rest of my life in dive bars drinking within my budget and wearing whatever the fuck I want. Oh, yeah, the interior`s pretty gorgeous, but that`s not enough for me to tolerate this intolerably pretentious hole.
by Trinidad Szlosek on
I really enjoyed this old theatre. I saw the two Thom Yorke shows here last month. The first show I sat in the back of the orchestra and thought the sound quality was great. And even though we were in the back we still had a good view. One of the best parts of these old theaters is that you are almost always guaranteed a good view. The performer will never be a speck at least. The second night I sat in the balcony and enjoyed another great show. I could see the entire stage more clearly, without having to strain over people's heads. I also really enjoyed the artwork and paintings of the walls, ceilings and the carving work done throughout the theatre (I forget the name for it). All in all it's a great and intimate theatre with a lot of history located on the southern edge of downtown. It's a good place to start off a night and feel like a rich man from the '30s.
by Luz P. on
I love 330 Ritch because I always end up dancing the whole night and the DJ's are always so freaking good! I've been here to a couple of parties... the most memorable were a Donovan party back in May and DJ Scene in August. The crowd is always so diverse and fun... I completely hate seeing too much of one group at a club. Definitely a great spot for a Saturday night! The drinks are huge too... Saving me money and time to get tipsy = priceless!