by Kip on
Calling the Wall the best on the East Coast...is pushing it. I wish they sprinkled in more of the older music from people/groups like Sylvester, Lime, Bronski Beat, Donna Sommers, Diana Ross, Rose Royce, Bee Gees, Carol Jiani, Gloria Gaynor, the great DIVINE, Trammps,
by Joe L. on
Simply put, this place rules. Sooooooo freakin' great to be in a bar where I can hear the music (which was exceptionally cool) AND actually have a conversation without yelling in someone's ear. So refreshing and much needed after my recent horrible experience at the 4100 Bar. Owner was super cool and friendly and a great cat (literally a feline, not jazz parlance) was hanging on the street and the bar. Great music and lighting, eclectic beer and wine menu, cool owner and her spirit familiar (actually, I was here for a GHOULA event), 5 stars!!
by Stacee Vanzie on
Wow! What can I say? I want to say nothing but rather spill the beans. This place is definitely not what others make it out to be. It sucks major ass. AND is GHETTO as HELL! Def not classy! My first experience with it was when my friend invited me out. Reluctantly, I agreed and went with her. There was a line at the door, maybe 6 other ppl before us. Mind you, I do not do lines but since she invited me out I obliged. We finally get to the front and the dude with the guest list was so nasty, it was not even funny. He claimed he was only letting ppl who wanted bottles in bc it was so packed. Apparently, he knew one of my friends and they got into a debacle prior to this episode so there was a slim chance of us getting in. Finally, I say to him "Look, what's it going to be bc there are many other clubs to get into," he let us in. There was a cover of 5$ or $10 and I said "F-this" and left. I was not paying to get into some wack club where they basically wouldn't allow me in while being rude. Second time was a Young Professionals Networking Event where Universities also came out to give info and bags on GMATS and what not. That line was around the block but luckily I came early and was about the 7th person. I get in and was definitely not amazed by the decor. Oh wow! Beds! So the F what! I walked around and its a bit spacious and spoke to some Reps from the Universities and easily got bored. I called some friends over and we chilled but it was nothing special for the doorman to be on a high horse. Third time, I went with another friend and literally walked in and walked back out. There was a line but the doorman who was different let us in. I got inside and already felt like a piece of meat. There was liquid all over the floor and I was stepping on broken glass. Apparently, no one is doing their job and cleaning it up. I was approached by several disgusting men who were all losers and a few in jeans and tims. Deadbeats ready to pounce. My friend went to use the bathroom but I left and waited for her outside. In conclusion: This place is highly unsanitary. I did not want to sit on a bed not knowing what I would catch. There were clear stains on the white sheets. Who knows how many times they change the sheets. Clearly not ever. At the Networking Event,, we sat on the chairs aligned on the wall (2nd time). The bar is on one side of the club (when you walk in) and is an island which makes it pretty easy to get a drink. While on the other side is the dance floor and section of about maybe 7 beds throughout. The club is spacious, I will give them that much. However, the place is overall wack. There is no reason for the doorman to act like it's jumpin' inside because its not. Don't waste your time or energy. Go somewhere else and have a great time. They think because they have beds their hot sh*t but their not.
by Blythe Tyrone on
A narrative of Genki, by Andre S.: Whoa, this place is like a hole in the wall sushi joint. A hole in the wall is good- its different, but is the sushi good? My California rolls tasted funky- kinda like a mixed of bad fish, chemically enhanced something somewhat off. Good thing my date spoke up for me. They graciously took it off my bill and replaced it with something else of my choosing. Why did they have to tell us they use imitation crab meat for their crab dishes! OH THE HUMANITY! I did also order the Crunchy roll, which was deep fried tempura goodness wrapped in a succulent roll. It kinda smelled like old basement inside the restaurant- I don't know if I will go back or not. The end.
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