by Shellie Lipsett on
Came here for DAT last year. Definitely not worth it. We had an hour long wait even though we had a reservation. The food came in tiny portions, was completely unremarkable and totally overpriced. The only thing that somewhat redeemed an otherwise blah dinner was the stripper-pogo-stick-riding-glitter-throwing cowboy.
by Wava Pence on
pretty SMALL, but drinks were good! music was alright until later on in the night... probably saving the good stuff for later when it got more packed, or when they swapped DJs... the crowd was mostly asians, which i didn't mind since i am one too.
by Katie T. on
I think maybe I've just fixated on Delirium's 80s night, but for whatever reason I can't get it out of my head that dancing to 80s music should involve dark lighting, smoke, and lots of sweat. Cat Club has better lighting, is cleaner, the crowd less prone to brawling, and the music is good in the same generic way that all 1980s dance music is good. Those should all be selling points--I do recognize my insanity--but for whatever reason it just doesn't do it for me.