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Santa Cruz, California
August 13, 2004
Baby's is a multi-leveled, packed-to-the-brim, banging dance club. Make sure you arrive early or you will be stuck in line, or turned away, as they often reach capacity by 1AM. Drinks are brutally expensive inside, so play a few rounds of blackjack and earn yourself a few free cocktails on the house. The VIP Lounge within Baby's is a see and be seen kinda place. Fun to sit in if you like to feel fabulous, but not as much fun as the crowded dance floor. The bar in the middle of the HR Casino is a good backup plan. If you get turned away from Baby's, join the others who did too, and meet and greet!
From journal You are so money and you don't even know it!
Santa Monica, California
November 5, 2001
From journal Las Vegas Weekend Celebration
Studio City, California
August 16, 2001
From journal Sin City Bachelorette Party
Los Angeles, California
July 24, 2001
During actual concerts, I believe the line forms outside of the hotel.
Cover is $20, but whether we were the exception or the norm, women were not charged the cover the night we were there.
You make your way down a flight a stairs to a small lounge area where a small 6-8 oz. bottle of water was $5. Go further in and that's where all the action is. Guest DJs from around the world spin their tunes at Baby's.
Sadly, the DJ we had who was supposedly one of the best was probably one of the worst. He didn't seem to have his act together as what he was mixing could hardly be called dance music.
DJs at Baby's play house, trip-hop, and drum & bass dance music. FYI.
As always, with a popular hangout, there seemed to more people than fire safety regulations allowed and do not be surprised to see ladies of the night and their respective johns working the joint.
This was not a place I would frequent again. We spent more time in line than we did in the actual club. With the variety of nightlife available in Vegas, Baby's is low on my must go to again list.
From journal Bachelorette weekend in Las Vegas!