Club 90


9065 S 150 W
Sandy, UT 84070

(801) 566-3254
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All people are welcome here, Bikers, Cowboys, Metal heads ect as long as you respect others around you. This is one of the only Clubs left in Utah that women are safe and can enj...


I wanted a place to relax after work one night, and thought Club 90 would be fun. I was so disapointed. The food was awesome, best in the valley. But the service sucked. The w...

Have to agree 11/19/2010

Have to agree with whatsupkoloskta. This place definitely needs a face lift from the outside to the inside. The face lift includes a few of the staff members and some of the patrons. YIKES! Has good bands on occasion. Patrons range from 21-90. Provides for good entertainment. more

needs to get out of the 90"s 7/17/2010

could be nice but needs a face lift real bad!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Pros: good beer Cons: needs to be remodeled more

Very Biker and People friendly 3/20/2010

All people are welcome here, Bikers, Cowboys, Metal heads ect as long as you respect others around you. This is one of the only Clubs left in Utah that women are safe and can enjoy themselves without being assaulted and harassed. I.E. one Security unlike all the other clubs that attract trash and have a minimum of 3 bouncers or gang members to control the club. If you like upscale real clientel who accept everyone go to 90, if you want ghetto or fake people there are other places for you. P.S. this establishment has the most Honest staff I have seen here. And if you need help with a charity event, just ask the management. Pros: Service first to all more

Club 90 is not biker friendly 8/18/2009

Club 90 singles out bikers in thier dress code. They demanded I take off my due rag yet allowed other men to wear baseball caps and cowboy hats. My due rag had no colors and no club patch so what's the problem? What's the difference in headwear unless you are tryisng to discourage bikers... They don't let men wear sleevless shirts yet women can get in wearing next to nothing. Not that you would want to see these people in next to nothing. It's a 50ish, low income, blue collar, desparate to date crowd. The women look like 10 lbs. of sausage stuffed into a 5 lb. casing. The men circle the club looking for the weakling of the herd to pick off and take home. We have renamed club 90 to "The Grey Mullett" Pros: Sometimes you can't hear the band Cons: Sometimes you can hear the band more

Birthday Parties 5/20/2009

I had a suprise birthday party for my friend and it was the best party that my friends and I have ever been to. The club decorated our table with balloons and gave us free party favors of popcorn and pretzels. Their food was also amazing and very well priced. There was a live band that got the whole crowd dancing and we danced all night. Oh yeah and they have a shot girl with the best prices in town. All and all the night was a huge success and I plan on having every party of mine there.... Thanks Club 90 !!! Pros: Best Place for Birthday Parties more

Amazing food, friendly staff!! 5/19/2009

Our waitresses were so much fun! First time to the club and the customer service is amazing. We had dinner there and it was absolutely delicious. The facility itself is huge with plenty of tables, adequate bar seating and enough pool tables your'll never be left waiting. I would recommend this bar to anyone looking for a great week night bar; Club 90 is my new favorite hang out. Pros: Great food, staff, and atmosphere! more

Wheres Arsenio Hall!!!! 1/20/2009

Played a show here on Jan. 20th during a supposed comedy act featuring Arsenio Hall, Tommy Davidson and others. None of these people were there. How do you put together a show with these big names and close to none of them show? I know its not the bar's fault, its the promoter Godfrey that organized it. He also promised the Dj money and nothing came of it. Then everyone in the club left around 10:30pm. I was just thinking 'why'd we even come clear out to 9000 south?' I'm just glad that no one that I invited came out to the club. At least they offered some free food. Contrary to other posts I've read concerning poor service, the service was excellent so thank you. Also one of the waitresses was super hot with the sleeve and peircings; at least we got to take some pictures with her! All in all the bar was cool, but I was just really let down. Pros: hot waitress, big place Cons: no one advertised to be there were there, everyone left more

Best place to party on the weekends!!! 1/28/2008

I've been going to Club 90 for about a year and have seen some awesome changes! I have read some of the other reviews and aggree with some of the cons, bathrooms, events etc, but I would encourage people to give it the bar another shot. They still have some of the older staff but I have noticed ALOT of new younger faces behind the counter! Last weekend they had a new band that actually played NEW music! I popped my head upstairs (for $8) and was shocked to see they even have a reggea night! Honestly I think the live reggea band they had was by far better but hey, take what you can get. Upstairs the female bartender was gorgeous both times, and the guy with the bomb was very friendly. If your new to the club or even a regular my BEST advise to you would be head to the back bar, order straight from TJ and stay by the dance floor! Pros: Awesome employees, GORGEOUS women! Cons: slow during the week, kind of smoky more

Should be called club serve yourself 8/18/2007

Club 90 has a good crowd, good music and great food. However the service and facility are not customer friendly. If the place is very crowded you can plan on getting your own drinks at the bar and to have the toilets in the restrooms to clog and overflow. The restrooms are way outdated and in the year I have been going there nothing has been done with them. The overflow problem is a weekly event. The faucets don't work well and they are not very clean. To order food it is a slow process to get a menu, place your order and get your food. To get your check and pay is even slower. If you need a take out box add 30 more minutes onto the wait you have already endured. If Club 90 wants to keep people coming in they are going to have to make some changes. I am not continuing my membership at this club. I want to go out and have a good time and not sober up in between drinks. I also want to be able to use the restroom without getting my shoes wet. Pros: good food, good music Cons: Poor service and facilities more

Very poor customer service 8/18/2007

Any time they have a special event the members are treated like anyone off of the street. I even talked to the owner and he didn't care. When they have a special event that they publicize, members should come first. Do I have to have a membership just because I am in Utah or does it mean something???? When the owner and the staff just doesn't care about customers either, then it is time to go somewhere else. I would not recommend Club 90 to anyone who cares to have a good time. I am looking for a nice place to have a few cold ones and be treated like I exist on this planet. Compared to other clubs I have visited this year Club 90 is at the bottom of the list!!!!!!!!! Not only for customer service but also management, they do not care.... Nobody probably reads these comments, but someone should and take heed, go somewhere else..........................the restrooms have not worked in over a year... Pros: none Cons: terrible customer service, poor management, owner doesn't care more

Didn't stay 6/16/2005

My husband and I were looking for a place to dance on a thursday night. The hotel recomended Club 90. We went at 11:00 PM. There was no body at the door to great us. I could see the servers at their station, and a few people sitting at a table playing cards. Since nobody seemed to notice us entering, we didn't see a dance floor, or hear music, we left. It seemed like it was large enough to sit/hold a lot of people, yet they were not there that night. This isn't a place to go in the middle of the week, especially dancing. Pros: easy to find, lots of glam, lots of tables Cons: service, lack of people, entertainment more

Disapointment 9/29/2002

I wanted a place to relax after work one night, and thought Club 90 would be fun. I was so disapointed. The food was awesome, best in the valley. But the service sucked. The waitresses couldn't be bothered and were sullen and grumpy. I felt like I had to explain why I wanted to get a drink or some nachos. The motto "the customer is always right" means nothing to these ladies. The music rocked, and the prices were great. I'll be back whey the HAGS are gone. Pros: food, value, atmospher Cons: service, service, service more

Lots of Girls 7/27/2002

Club 90 has a very eclectic mix of people, they all seem to be very nice, and they love to have a good time. The food is great, and the entertainment is always good. I've enjoyed myself every time I've gone there, and I recommend it to all of my friends. more

Fight Night is Great!! 7/20/2002

Monday night is always packed for the amature fights. It seems like every week it gets more crowded. It's only $6 to get in and the fights are very entertaining! The only draw back is the Service, they are very lacking on people skills! Alot of the time you end up having to go up to the bar to get your drinks, because they have forgotten you (or just passed by). Pros: Great Entertainment, Good Parking Cons: Service, Service, Service more

Lotta girls 5/28/2002

I went in to party by my self and danced with at least 20 girls and I did not even ask any of and the band that was there called Bottoms Up nailed every song and rocked the house best time I have ever had at a club Joe. more
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  • The Scene
    There's something going on most nights at Club 90, whether it's live music, karaoke, Monday Night Football or a fashion show. The high-quality food and open atmosphere make this a great place to spend an evening. Expect a crowd--it has the capacity to hold about 700 people. There are also five pool tables, four electronic dart boards and several video games.

    The Draw
    Full lunch and dinner menus are available, offering reliable fare such as hamburgers and cheese sticks, but also venturing into the steak-and-seafood side of dining. For a truly unique dining experience, try out the "Lobster Zone" arcade game. A mechanical claw drop gives you the opportunity to catch your own live lobster--then the kitchen will prepare it for you.

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