There is a cover charge on Friday and Saturday nights that goes anywhere from $5 to $15 dollars depending on the night. You must be 21 years old to enter. Drinks are downtown prices too, with a bottle of domestic beer costing $5 to $6 and mixed drinks are $7 to $10.There are four bars scattered around this fairly large club; three on the main floor and one upstairs. There is a large dance floor in the middle and upstairs forms a ring around the dance floor...where you will always find guys staring down. At the top of the stairs you'll find the DJ booth, but good luck requesting a song. Chances are unless you know sign language or have a pen and paper, he's not going to hear you. An interesting feature this club has is the two drummers, sat high off to one side of the dance floor. This has potential to work really well, however the poor music selection and shabby mixing doesn't really challenge these drummer boys and they are left to bang away basic beats.
The shot girls, the server girls, and the beer tub girls...All I'll say is if getting tips equals dressing like a hooker then these girls must be raking in the cash.
As for places to sit, unless you are lucky enough to be invited into the VIP area your choices are limited. There are a few black leather couches and tables but most have the "reserved" sign already on them. The club is connected to a restaurant next door. The first time I was there (yes, I'm a repeat offender) we were able to sit on the restaurant side (and pay no cover to the club). However that was St Patrick’s Day. The second time the restaurant was closed and cover was $10.
Final words, I'd only recommend this club if A) you are looking to hook up or B) really need to dance and can't be bothered to go downtown.
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October 9, 2007
From journal ASM5
June 21, 2006
From journal Nothing Shy about Chi-town