This club is a lot of fun if you are really into techno/trance music. The volume is WAY too loud, and my ears were ringing for more than 15 hours after we left the club. The dry ice jets are really nice, though, because with all the people in such a small place, it gets stuffy. The building is way too small for the crowd it attracts, and I am just about certain the amount of patrons exceeds fire code. It gets very hard to move around with so many people. The line to get in is long, but moves pretty quickly. The cover charge is over rated, but if you get in before 11pm, there is no cover. Bar service is above average. Even though it might take a little longer to get waited on, the bartenders are very friendly once they get to you. The drinks are ridiculously expensive. It wasn't what I thought it would be for my first experience, but after all, this is Houston and there is something out there for everyone. I don't even remember them announcing Last Call, and shortly after 2am someone came up and snatched our drinks out of our hands. There are a lot of hot guys in there, but they seem to be very stuck up and ostentatious. Definitely a meat fest going on in there, and it's survival of the fittest. This is definitely not my club of choice. Overall the experience was average. Nothing about the club really WOW!-ed me.
Pros: Quick moving line, Good music, friendly bartenders
Cons: Drink prices, music volume, too crowded