I went there with my girlfriend and two of her friends from her college days (one male, and the other female, but not a couple). I'll call the guy J.S. and the girl A.T. to make my life easier. So, J.S. and I decide that we want to purchase one 'open bar' wrist band each. When we walked in the place, they told us that, for 25 bucks from 9pm to 12pm, or for 30 bucks from 10pm to 1am, we could purchase an 'open bar' wrist band that would allow us to get get free drinks during those time periods (even though technically it's more like PRE-PAID). J.S. purchased one for 30 bucks and I purchased on for 30 bucks. J.S. decides to go up and get two drinks... one for him, and one A.T. When he walks back to the table, one of the bar tenders tells me that J.S. broke the rules by getting a drink for someone without a wrist band. ONCE THIS IS EXPLAINED TO US, WE HAVE A.T. PAY FOR THE DRINK, AND AT THAT POINT, THE ISSUE WAS DEAD... OR SO WE THOUGHT.\r
An hour later, a bouncer taps me on the shoulder, and says ""management is upset that you guys are handing off drinks. Now we already warned you once. Don't let me have to warn you again."" Here's the deal though, he said this because I was sharing one of my drinks with my girlfriend WHO ONLY WANTED A SIP OF MY DRINK BECAUSE SHE IS NOT BIG ON DRINKING. According to the bouncer, she would have to pay 7 dollars (the cost of the drink) in order to SHARE my drink. WTF? Now, had I not purchased that expensive wrist band, I would have naturally shared my drink with my girlfriend ANYWAY, so what's the big deal?\r
To sum up the rest: The music was inconsistent, the bartenders were rude, the bouncers were mis-informed, and management obviously had their eyes only on our table the whole time because the table next to ours (THE REAL CULPRITS) were handing off drinks all night long.\r
I give this place an F-.\r
I'll never go there again.\r
Don't waste your time.
Pros: The Food. That's about it.
Cons: Everything else (other than the food).