It's a neat place, if you're into looking just like every other frigging person in the joint. And the waitstaff and bouncers are pr!cks, unless, of course, you like kissing @ss. Then they're your best friends. I was at the bar waiting to get my FIFTH beer after THREE hours and the waitstaff completely ignored me. I was and am more coherent than the majority of the people in there, and did nothing to warrant them not serving me. But, alas, I walked away empty handed. And a good friend of mine, who is an enormous friend of the band and frequent patron, got kicked out for doing nothing more than headbanging and holding up a pitcher. I'm sorry, but when the waitstaff and bouncers start playing favorites and acting like babysitters rather than people providing a service, something has gone wrong. There's a big difference between people having a good time and people getting a little too roudy. Apparently, The Mix would prefer neither happen in their establishment. If you want to fall in line and look cute like all the rest of the dipshits holding their devil horns in the air, then yes, this is your place. But I'm afraid I've spent my last minute and last dollar in The Mix.