by Rebecca M. on
3.5 stars a fun place to hang out with your friends on the weekend. awesome bartenders! i like that there's a little something for everyone here. bar, pool tables, patio for smokers, dart room, random arcade games, couches, tables, and a dance floor! not sure what to classify this place as but it's fun :) -RM
by Margarete Vere on
Hmmm... Coda is no reincarnation of Levende. Definitely a different vibe going on and I'm not sure if I likes. What's good: Live music. Well, I went on a night where the performance had nothing to do with actual musical instruments, but instead, body-beating (or whatever it's called). WHAT IS THAT, you ask? A bunch of guys (whom I actually thought were transients) got up on stage and made music by tapping parts of their body and beat-boxing. Honestly, it seemed like a bunch of guys just free-styling. From the reviews I've read, the music-music is supposed to be great. For that reason alone, I look forward to returning on another night when that's actually going on. What else is good: The food. Nothing spectacular, but satisfying for sure. Sweet potato fries can always do a tummy good. The menu is so veggie-friendly and it was all pretty yum. What ain't so good: Everything else. Honestly, it just seems like they could benefit from a little touch of quality. The tables were shaky, the waiter hadn't a clue about the menu. To top that off, when we walked in, the place was empty. We asked our host if we could sit anywhere, and he told us that all the tables were reserved. WHAT? Later, when he realized that wasn't the case, he told us we could reseat ourselves if we wished. Thanks...But it didn't count after our stomachs were full. **I do have to give props though...I spilled my drink and they were swift to wipe my table and replace my alky** I need to go back for another experience. It was so ehhh that I didn't even stay for desserts (a rare occurrence)! A very tentative 3 stars. Stay tuned...
by Tonie Clibon on
It's hardly underground since everyone knows about it, but it literally is under the ground. If you love to dance, I think MJQ is the best place in Atlanta to go. They always have good DJs who play a wide variety of music. You can pretty much wear anything and fit in here. It's an overall great experience and lots of fun. It's also cheap to get in (compared to most clubs in Atlanta). I'm not sure what they charge on all nights, but in my experience is been either 5 or 10 bucks. Seems like it's gotten more college-y since I first started going, but it's still a cool spot to go to.