As you walk into JR's your greeted by the front door person who normally greets you as you walk up to the bar to buy a drink. As you stand there waiting for either a bartender to recognize you or a bartender to decide to make you a drink, you look around and notice nice new plasma tv's, a huge multi screen tv, and old outdated speakers handing from the ceiling and subs from the 70's. On any given night you might just hear half of a sound system do to blown subs. Then, you walk over to the Santa Fe side of the bar, where there are gorgeous wooden bar tops, and a stage to die for. Also, with a huge tv and plasma's, then you decide you want to sing and as you walk up on stage for karaoke you begin to sing not being able to here yourself do to the cheap bose speakers with the elegant part of the speaker gone being the grill. So, you begin to try to wing it as far as singing and it begins distorting and just sounds horrible. You would think that after all the money Charles Armstrong brings in from these clubs that sound and lighting which are key elements in any club, would be maintained, updated, and kept clean. So, if your wanting to go somewhere that has good sound for music or karaoke, I would not suggest JR's. However, customer service is somewhat good, if you look over the pretentious queens that want to serve additude over service. Now, the patio on the side of Santa Fe is wonderful if the sun is shining, but don't decide you want to smoke or go outside for a breath of fresh air if it's rainging because your SCREWED!!! So, I don't think it's worth it to spend my money in a place like this and never see any improvement on the looks, upkeep, character, customer service, video, or audio.
Cons: Sound/Customer Service