Premium club with focus on fashion.
September 8, 2012
2 reviews2 stars: 1
5 stars: 1
yup, not much different than all the other mega "clubs", and playing absolutely terrible music, to boot. and like a previous reviewer noted, the "entertainment" is horrendous! where do they find these guys?? i mean, they are really, really bad! and the no tea thing is also a stupid move by the managemnt. but, one positive note, you can purchase beer by the bottle there (albeit a little expensive), so you don't have to plunk down 1,000rmb for a bottle of booze...
sam du su
August 11, 2012
1 reviews2 stars: 1
Another club to add to the mix on shao ling lu. Nothing too different, basically just more of the same. But the atmosphere/environment is nice— big, open and airy, a welcome change from the cramped and stuffy Muse, and much bigger than BB3. Still, on the night I was there, the "performers" were god-awful. Some dorky douchbag trying to pretend to be from New York (the cheesy gold "NY" chain isn't fooling anyone— well, maybe it fooled the Chinese clientele, which is the point, I suppose), and some terrible Chinese "singer" who couldn't sing half as well as half my Chinese friends in KTV. And lastly, their choice of cocktail mixers is missing the standard Chinese green and/or red tea—- you're only given the choice of juice or some kind of soda, or water. What kind of Chinese bar doesn't offer tea? Moronic.
- sam du su
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