One of the distinctive features of the 100th Bomb Group restaurant is its dance floor. Unfortunately, when my party arrived there for a social dance night, we found that the floor was poorly maintained and completely inappropriate for dancing.
Knowledgeable dancers know that a floor has to be smooth and not overly sticky. This helps allow for good dancing, but more importantly, it's a safety issue. Even a little bit of stickiness can cause a dancer to tear one of the cruciate or collateral tendons in the knee -- or at the least, strain them badly. This is why dance studios and classy dance venues typically ask people to wear clean shoes and to avoid carrying drinks onto the dance floor.
At the 100th Bomb Group restaurant though, we found that they did not have a good quality dance floor. To make matters worse, the patrons were tracking moisture and dirt onto the floor, not to mention carrying drinks in open containers. That's just asking for trouble.
I think that this restaurant has the potential to become a great dance venue --if it takes steps to keep the floor in good condition and advise its patrons to help do the same.