by A.C R. on
This place is a frigin' summer dream. If your stuck in NYC for the summer there is no better spot than being on a barge out on the water drinking beer. The bartenders were great. The food was excellent. The beer was cold and delicious. Some people have complained about the bathrooms but honestly what do u expect when you're on a barge/boat. They were fine. I grew up in the Rockies and outhouses are bad, not this place. There is character to this place like no other. And that's why it fits in New York so well. Cause most New Yorkers can appreciate character
by Lenny Sprenkle on
I had a buddy that had been telling me about Taboo 2 since the damn day I got to Atlanta. That buzz turned into a loud bark once other folks started letting me know about the greatness of Taboo as well. On a Saturday night, during a visit by my cousin, the crew decided to hit Taboo and see what it was about. Ummm... the answer came quick. Nothing. Boughetto, may be a good word for Taboo. It's a complicated mix of ghetto, topped with Bougie (sp). The space is actually really nice. The club is pretty damn big and sits right off Roswell, so you really shouldnt have a hard time finding it. Off rip, they are going to charge you $20. I am sure if you get there at some insanely early time, you will get some type of break. But if you dont want to sit in the club at 8pm sipping on a club soda all night, $20 is what it is shawty. I really wish they would class this place up a bit. I mean just by changing the music a tad bit, they could attract a totally different crowd, or at the very least just improve the vibe from hood rich to semi classy. Got Damn! Alright now that I got that out. I did have some type of appetizer and a few drinks that were on point. But, I have never been out in Atlanta and the only good looking people in the building were the people that I came with. Geez louise, I coulda just stayed at the house if I knew that was the case. Give a brother a lil bit of eye candy! Instead, just a bunch of "dirty foots". blah!