Our party was downstairs, our crowd was so big that the lower level was personally opened by the manager for our group [students of a graduate school in Boston, thus our need for libations].
I showed up in a fashionably, but not unreasonably, late manner, and the bouncer (named above) refused to let us down to where our party was. For that, I really should give this bar 0 stars. It's unbelievably insulting to your customers when you refuse to admit them to their own party (especially having made them already pay the cover).
And before you start to wonder to what degree I'm biased (at least in terms of the disparity of my comments between the male and female employees of Wonderbar), let me just say that I am a straight female and not some creepy guy who irrationally loved the female employees and hated the male employees.
The above-mentioned bouncer in particular was acting like he was guarding the gates of Ibiza. Come on buddy, stop giving your bar that much credit. (I made sure to get his full name, here it is again: Thomas McDermott, tall blonde douche with a superiority complex, which is likely the result of his over-compensation for lack of girth.)
The DJ upstairs was weird, but not bad. He only played 30 seconds of every song and then mixed in a new song very quickly; it was hard to enjoy the music.
I did enjoy my drink; it was strong and delicious.
Pros: good drinks, hot & friendly female employees
Cons: douchey bouncers, truncated songs, elitist mentality