by Noel Khokher on
-I attended the Encore MOS DEF show last night, It was awesome! -I was hesitant to go as I have difficulty standing for long periods of time due to a childhood disability. On a fluke, I emailed the organizer of the show Che of City Visions Entertainment, to see if he would be able to hook it up for me to have a chair or stool for the show. To my amazement, he texted me that he arranged for me to skip the line and have a stool for the show! This is the first time a night club has EVER done this for without charging $300++ for VIP service. To top it off, Che checked with me throughout the show to ensure all was good! Thanks to Che, I will forever be a fan of 330 Ritch!
by mikey n. on
The restaurant is seriously lacking. The drinks are weak, sushi is "good", and service is TERRIBLE! Service took forever - we were there (in a fairly empty restaurant) for an hour and a half for a relatively small sushi order and two drinks. Wouldn't recommend it unless you've got the time to spare. As a sidenote, if you're there for late dinner, they crank club music at club volume after 10 pm.. so don't expect to have any conversation past that.
by Ernie Savic on
1. Don't go for the food. Have a decent meal ahead of time. The inmates in the Gwinett County Hilton probably eat better. For $7-$9 Wild Bills serves grease with a side of grease. Honestly I was 1/2 expecting this as usually these types of places NEVER have good food so I came prepared (read: I had dinner before I went) and checked-out the restaurant area. Sure enough I'm glad I came full. I walked in/walked out of restaurant area. The open kitchen was one huge fry-o-later & stagnated grease smoke hangs in the air. 2. The beer tub girls are drop-dead-gorgeous, but remember they are there to make a living. Don't get fooled by the pretty faces and the nice A$$es you could hop a silver dollar off of. They play that 'dumb pretty' $hit for all its worth. I went with a friend who brought 4 others. I bought 2 yager shots for one of my friends-friends and myself. $16 just for the shots. Plus Tip. We each got less-than 1/2 full a small thimble cup. I know what a shot is supposed to look like and damn well know a "3 count shot:". I complained to the Southern Lasse. Southern Lasse smiled coyly and said 'but I'm supposed to count to three!". Yea right, she forgot the 2 on the way. I took the shots only because friends-friend was not a big-drinker and seldom does shots. So, if you are a liquor drinker, open a tab at one of the bar's that surround the dance floor. I got honest pours there, however.......... see #3 3. If you open a tab at one of the bars surrounding the dance floor, the management of Wild Bills is paranoid you don't have more than $25 available credit on your credit card or $25 in your checking account to cover debit card purchases. At the end of the night I closed out my $88 tab. I received decent service from the bartender so I closed it out for just the $88 tab, left $0 tip on card and left gratuity in cash. The receipt I signed stated that wild bills authorized purchases for 20% above purchase price. Thats not a big deal. I've been to tons of places that do that. In this case I was expecting to see a single authorization in my checking account for $105.60. That eventually would've 'fallen off' and I would have seen the amount post for $88.. I've seen that before and its kind of a 'standard' thing with some places.. However.... That is really not what Wild Bills means by that disclaimer. At All. For my $88 in total purchases I had no less than FIVE authorizations in my checking account. Its as if their system 'runs your card' every time you order a drink or round of drinks, plus the 20%. One of the authorizations posted a few days later for the $88, then the remaining 4 eventually fell off my account. What the f*ck? I know it was not the bartender. She was far too busy to keep swiping cards. Its how the mgmt sets up their sales system. Bartender swipes the card once then the system authorizes each time. I've NEVER had this happen ANYWHERE and I've drank in bars in most of the lower 48 states and in Europe! At Wild Bills I had $176 tied up in my checking account for the $88 that eventually posted and the remaining in pending authorizations that eventually fell off after 4 business days. What a hassle. Keep in mind Wild Bills has decent specials on some drinks, but god-forbid you should not want a drink special. Wild Bills is hellaciously expensive for OTP Gwinett County on drinks. You either pay $2 for a crappy sugar water 'special' or way-overpay for something you recognize to drink. Way too pricey.