by Stephani Frenz on
I had hella fun here! I wonder why everyone else on rateclub didn't? :( We went here for 2 birthday parties last Saturday. $20 bucks to get in BLOWS but what do you expect in SF? Everyone was relatively fashionable but casual. Bottom floor was house music, top floor was hip-hop. Top floor was insanely packed, I enjoyed both floors at different points of the night though so I have nothing to complain about. People were very nice at the bar. One bartender winked at me. WEE! All in all, even though the bouncers could have been assholes to everybody (fight started around us, and they refused to let people back in) Anthony and Ali were VERY nice to me, helped me find a buddy w/my jacket ticket and even got my jacket for me. Very sweet! Thanks again you guys. Overall, it ended up being the start of an insane night for us, but I really liked Roe! See you again soon :)
by Melinda Knoeppel on
Went there for a friend's 25th birthday. We were on the guest list but the line was LONG. We got there at around 10:15 and there were maybe 35 people ahead of us. The line moved VERY slowly and at 11:10 we finally got to the front and we were the last ones to be let in on the guest list. A couple of people in our group were denied entry because they dressed too casual. A lot of the reviewers here mentioned bad experience with rude bouncers but I thought they were professional and polite. The bouncer even managed to let three more of my friends in after the guest list closed, granted they were right behind us. When we got inside the bottom floor was practically empty and the top floor was really crowded. If you are here to dance, forget about it, there is no room. At around 12 am the top floor really turned into a giant mosh pit, people shoving each other around and spilling drinks on one another. Other than the occasional accidental boob and booty grazes the overall condition was not very pleasant. It got way too crowded so I left at 1:30 am. The crowd there was yuppie and very Asian. Decor was nice, lots of mirrors to make the place look bigger than it was. Music was very, very good; a good mixture of 90's and current hip hop. Drinks were good, poor beer selection though, only Heineken, Sapporo and Bud.
by Pilar D. on
I came here for an 80's dance party on Saturday. Here is a list of the awesomeness: 1. Meeting cool rateclubers I had yet to meet before. 2. Having two bars to narrow down wait time. 3. Cool art to look at and not understand when you're drunk. 4. Pamela D (nuff said) 5. Having cool hairdressers give you the ultimate 80's 4 inch coif for free! 6. Having two exits from the bathroom to help out with making quick escapes! And now a list of the not so awesome: 1. Bartenders that look at you, acknowledge your presence, then proceed to ignore you. 2. Is it really a good idea to have that much art around drunk people? 3. Cougers who give you dirtly looks (must have been jealous of the hair) 4. Really, How many Canadians can you run into in one night who don't understand the words "It's not gonna happen"? 5. Two drunk English DJ's hitting you on purpose in the head with a balloon then apologizing... 6. Listening in the bathroom to the hostess of the party talking about how she used to be a cutter... This may require more research...stay tuned!