by Luigi Tiedemann on
We went the the original power exchange a few years back it was 3 floors. Top floor being couples only. Nice place it was fun. We recently went to the one on mason street it was horrible. My worste nightmare. No couples floor! And there were no straight people most were dudes and transexuals. It was bad the vibe was bad the place was disgusting. They didn't have any of the fun rooms either. It was a waste of $30. Don't go the the one on mason street. Unless ur transexual or a guy into that. Heterosexual couples stay away!!!!b
by Dennis Radwanski on
I don't play pretentious and I just don't feel like you're allowed to be when you're a chain. The decor is ridiculously low brow and not in a thoughtful planned way. The two entrance is confusing and meant to give people twice the fun of possibly being turned away. The people inside were also kind of unimpressive in a, you gave all these girls outside shit but I see this little gnome of a dude inside with a flannel vest on kind of way. The group I was with bought two bottles and apparently the skank ass waitress tried to get an inebriated birthday girl to buy a third bottle in order to reserve more time (which was not necessary and shiesty to say the least). She also felt that the waitress did not deserve a 20% by the end of the night, to which the manager said fine no tip at all but you all have to leave. (She felt that a tip was deserved but not 20% but it seems like an all or nothing kind of idiotic attitude that was unprecedented). The place is not worth the front door hype, the decor is garbage, the music was not jumping, and one of the bouncers at the beginning of the night did the whole curved finger pointing to his eyes then pointing back at me which might have meant I'll be stalking you for the rest of the night, or don't steal anything bitch..it was hard to say.
by Superfreqs A. on
Balance at King King on Saturdays is fun fun. Sue Dread has been responsible forproviding Los Angeles with quality house acts for housers and those wanting to shake it for way over a decade. Lace up those dancing shoes and bust loose.