Dear dude below me... You said you read the reviews on here before you chose to eat at Magnum Lounge. There were only 3 reviews by the time you posted and the first one was -
""Red / black paint. Red leather booths. Large mirrors. Piano bar where singers belt out show tunes while the nip / tuck crowd rubs elbows with the upwardly mobile gay set over American cuisine and chrome desert carts"".
What about that didn't you understand? MIXED CROWD.. like in a city, Son, like in Miami,.. like in the world. You need to get out more.
Oh the myopia of youth! Sometimes they're so self-important aren't they? And thank you, CSMobileUser, for talking the time to explain you easily look younger than you are. That must be important to you; tiresome as it is to the rest of us
And yeah, the door is adjacent the car park in the back just like the sign says. Red flag? There's nothing foreboding about that. It's just good business to hang a sign saying so. It's courteous.
I've only ever been to Magnum Lounge with straight people but that's inconsequential isn't it? Who they slept with after they left had no bearing on the unforgettable meal I had with them; in a welcoming comfortable setting, with professional servers (I'm from L.A., - I'd forgotten what it was like when a server isn't an actor and actually looks at me, not past me at the producer at the next table) while listening to sometimes good music (hey.. they were mostly good but this one lady... man alive she was a cat in heat)!
I booked my flight this evening for the end of May, then I booked the car and hotel, but I didn't leave it until tomorrow to call Magnum Lounge to inquire if they'd be open when I'm there (I heard a nasty rumor that turned out to be untrue - that Magnum was closed every summer. Thank goodness that they're only closed for the month of October, and on Sundays and Mondays!).
See ya at the end of May, folks! Can't wait !!!