by Holly J C. on
I love this club. If you're a rock n rolla, go downstairs. It's dark and lit with red lighting. There is a bar and the type of rock music that everyone knows. You won't hear Korn, but you won't be forced to listen to the top 40 either. It's cool if you're a rock chick who likes to dance (like myself). If you really want to go crazy you can go upstairs. You'll have hip hop and techno. Another go-go dancer, flashing lights. Jam packed but lots of room and everyone is dancing. Go up another level and its latin infused inspired music. It's a good place to start off the night, lounge and get your drink on. Its a big place and honestly, if you know the places to where you can get discounts to get it, its a fun place. They have coat check too and large bathrooms (another plus).
by Kip Minkin on
Potential. Definitely. With such a huge, interesting menu, I'll be back to sample more offerings, but the three dishes I tried last week were hit-or-miss. Fried Calamari: the manager brought this to us free of charge (we didn't order it), which definitely earned major points in my book! The dish was piping hot and satisfying, though not out-of-this-world unforgettable. Charcoal Assorted Seafood: 3 grilled calamari, 3-4 grilled shrimp, and a small heap of lightly marinated octopus. For $13.95, this dish was extremely disappointing, and I don't recommend it. The shrimp was cooked well, but the overall dish was flavorless and very small for the price. We couldn't bring ourselves to eat even half of the octopus, though. If you love cooked octopus, you may like this, but I found it somewhat inedible. I know Greek and Korean are incomparable, but the delicious cooked octopus at So Kong Dong has a completely different, more edible texture, very unlike the tough, dried out chicken-like consistency of Mykonos's octopus. Ensinki/Elsinki Salad (something like that): Excellent - one of the best Greek-style salads I've had. Available in medium and large portions, this salad had feta, tomatoes, cucumber, thinly sliced (possibly grilled) onions, a good amount of fresh dill, and a kalamata olive on top. There were at least 6 wedges of warm, buttery pita on the side. The balsamic dressing wasn't anything special, but the salad was crisp, cold, and very fresh, and the dill and feta added a great flavor. The menu is huge, and I'm curious to try the veggie moussaka, hummus, baba ghanouj, lamb gyro, and stuffed eggplant. Service was good, and the complimentary appetizer rocked. I'm always at Sam's Club for work, and I'm a huge fan of this location's convenience (and randomness - it's literally in the Sam's parking lot). My heart belongs to Med Grill, but I'll be back here soon.
by Herb Coner on
I'm an event planner here in the city and LOVE Ramscale, perfect for small wedding, but I have to say that I've never had anything but WONDERFUL interactions with their Marcey Brownstein Catering. I've worked with them recently and had a spectacular event. They manage small spaces like Ramscale so well.