by Larissa W. on
Cute venue with inexpensive drinks. But, I do agree with the ridiculousness of holding people in line for so long out in the freezing cold- especially a group of cute girls in short dresses! Lol. When we got inside, yup it was empty. It picked up later though and with Don Lynch mixing beats, it was ok! However, I have no idea why but girls push, shove and spill drinks on you here like no other! I told off a couple girls but they acted like they didn't hear me. I definitely got a bit of a ghetto vibe from this place. They should put in place and enforce a strict dress code. There's just something so off about being in a cute dress and heels around a bunch of guys in oversized tees and sneakers. Really don't think I'll be back.
by Erik N. on
My review is on not only about Ajna being a hip spot but also as a place to celebrate. We celebrated my wife's birthday at Ajna Bar. It was a great call. The setting was nice, the food was excellent, and all of my guests enjoyed themselves. What impressed me most about Ajna was the courtesy of their staff. We had no problems with reservations (calling a few days in advance, of course) and they were very accommodating once we arrived. Some guests showed up late and the staff made room for them. It was a nice touch. They did not rush anything and they were very polite when we left. We went there on a weeknight and there was a nice appropriate crowd in the lounge area. I will return on the weekends because it seems to be a great spot! I am not sure about all of these other negative reviews but Ajna's staff was respectful. Treat them well because they do appreciate their customers.
by Robert Wrinkle on
SKETCHY!!!! If you are a Harvard student, you will inevitably have one of these experiences at the Kong. But hey, college in general is this way. After you pass the nasty looking bouncer, expect long lines to the 3rd floor dance room with gangstas staring you down. But no worries, cuz you have the 2nd floor bar, where the action is really at. Try their Scorpion bowl, with just enough alcohol to make you think you are just drinking a little punch. Really loud and crowded, but fun. The first floor is where all the hungry undergrads eat. Only trust the Crab Rangoon. The rest of the food is, well, you know.