A lot to do with how poor most of our night was, our experience at Red Sky was actually great. Six of us went out for my wife's birthday and after spending too much money to get into and drink at three disappointing places, somehow we ended up in a line at red sky. It took us 30 seconds to realize we did not feel like waiting in a line for another overpriced bar but was then approached by their doorman/ bouncer. I don't know if it is because of how rudely we were treated everywhere else or the fact that I rarely go out and have low expectations for bouncers (sorry!) but this guy overwhelmed us with his hospitality. He waived the cover for my wife's birthday, took the time to explain the place and what was going on, and even walked us in to make sure we got through the crowded hallway. We were very impressed and noticed that type of customer service was the norm in there. Waiting in a very long line to use the restroom, our new bouncer buddy saw my sister and walked her over to the steps leading to a different set of restrooms. She met the girl that controls the steps and another bouncer and all she could say when she came back was, ""Wow, these people are so nice here!"" So it was not just me, we all got the same vibe. To sum it up and this is what shocked me most of all, I tried to show my appreciation by tipping the doorman on our way out. He told me it was not necessary and he was just glad to hear we had a good time. Now again, I don?t know if it?s just me and the fact that I have been out of the nightclub scene for a long time now but that impressed me very much. A young kid likely just bouncing a couple of nights for some extra cash was more concerned with our experience than with making a quick buck. And while there was a little wait for a drink and not much room to maneuver, the people (staff and customers) made the atmosphere very comfortable and were the reason we had such a good time. My only regret is that we had not gone there first!
Pros: Customer service, great people