by Lakenya Trombley on
All I've got to say is... how freakin' rude! Talk about a bad first impression! Here's the story: The hubs and I pulled into the driveway of One Midtown Kitchen at 5:20pm. The valet guy opened my door. As I unbuckled my seatbelt and was getting up, the valet guy said the restaurant wasn't open for another 10 minutes and shut the door in my face. Good thing my leg wasn't out the door! So the hubs drove further down Dutch Valley Rd to explore the street. We turned around and saw another car drive into the restaurant driveway at 5:23pm. I thought to myself, "They're going to have to drive around for 7 minutes." However, the same valet guy opened both passenger doors, and all the passengers got out of the car and walked into the restaurant as the valet guy parked their car. Just 3 minutes after we were there. Did 3 minutes really make that big of a difference? One Midtown Kitchen left a bad taste in my mouth even before I got to try their food. So we left One Midtown Kitchen and went to Murphy's instead. I boycott One Midtown Kitchen!
by monkiwi3 on
at martini's you will find over priced weak drinks. our server was good, but the bartender needed classes. i was served a white russian with curdled half/half, i'm not sure the bartender had made one before. we also had to order an extra shot each time to be added to the drinks in order to fix them. i would not have minded paying the 3 dollar cover if i was going in the room where the "DJ" was.
the parking was free, and the little candle on the table was a nice touch...although i don't think we will be returning
by Allison H. on
I must admit, I am not a big club goer and never was but I still love this place. In terms of a club's lifespan, this place has been around forever. There must be a reason why. I primarily go for the music. I love the diversity between the upstairs and main dance floor downstairs. Upstairs is way cooler and more discreet; more hip hop. I usually just wander leaving my friends to wonder where Alli went. We always get a table and like the personal attention. Non VIP Crowd is usually the same... Either Wall Street wheelers and dealers (or wanna-be's) and Bridge and Tunnel. If you dont want to be bothered by broke girls lingering around the tables hoping for a free drink, they can provide bodyguards to ensure privacy. On those rare occassions, I still love the place.