Would be 5 stars, loved everything about this place but one employee ruined it. The bald ?gentleman? who I believe was the bar manager was disrespectful beyond belief to his bartenders. I was drinking at the bar and just listening to the way he talked to his employees made me sick. I can?t believe anyone would work for that guy. Get rid of that guy and you?ve got yourselves a great spot!
Went out for a date night with the wife, had cocktails and appetizers. The old fashion was perfect and the calamari was delicious. Ended the night by dropping my phone under the deck. I was able to get in contact with the owner. He allowed me and the maintenance guy to retrieve it. Love the vibe here. Will definitely be returning for live music and food.
We had such a great time! The drinks were good, service prompt, and music banging! I definitely recommend Rooftop for a night out.
Went there once and done! Nice environment and good drinks. It was a good Friday night to hang out with wife, watch the band perform, and have a good time. The band finished around 11:30pm and everyone was literally kicked out of that place by their rude security staff. They made customers feel so uncomfortable with their actions that we all have to leave the place. It was shocking since we haven't seen that kind of treatment anywhere else.
We went there for our anniversary date night with our 2 MO baby. The staff there was nice and seated us at a comfortable table. The service was also great. Food was great too! Definitely recommended.
I have no idea what the hype is. Nice hang area if you sit by the bar. Ambiance not bad inside as well. However the food.....???? We ordered 2 burgers which were both severely undercooked. We asked for medium and they were both burnt outside and rare inside (and my husband is not the type to send food back), an order of Tacos and Pasta primavera which had no seasoning whatsoever. The appitizers were tasty but not worth entree prices. I will say the drinks were pretty yummy and the service was great. But if you're coming for edible food.... Just don't.
I came here with a friend on a Thursday afternoon to get some good happy hour that we saw posted on their site. Unfortunately when we got there we found out there wasn't any happy hour and only full pricing at the bar. A little disappointing since we saw it on their site online. But we sat outside which was very pretty, they have a nice bar and seating. The doors and windows were all open and since it was 90 degrees it was a little hot, but the occasional breeze made it ok. The bar tender was nice and checked on us frequently to make sure we were all set. I got a gin and soda which ended up being $10 which I found very expensive, so just keep that in mind when you order something that isn't on the menu. Overall its alright, a little pricey. I'd come back if they had happy hour specials.
This is a very weirdly posh place. We went in thinking it'd be a moderately classy/upscale restaurant and when we got there it was like this fake California style rich person decor thrown up all over the walls and tables, like somebody got confused between edgy and modern. Red snakeskin wallpaper by the bathroom, gold marble by the main dining, fake plant backdrop in the entry.. oh and they had a dress code for guests. Just a strange mishmash of ideas. Well, we had a reservation and thought we'd give it a try cause we were there already. We were greeted by a very drunk and very large group of mostly college girls, who appeared to be finishing up- but stayed loudly shouting and having shots and talking about he said she said and were still having fits of drama and laughing until after we were gone. Our server Kendra relieved us with a down to earth attitude for a while but the whole atmosphere ended up changing things down the road. I went with her off menu suggestion and got a spicy Thai chicken sandwich and a side of sweet potato tater tots. My S.O. got chicken tacos and we shared calamari as well as crispy shrimp tacos. The chicken sandwich wasn't great, the chicken itself tasted like weird fry oil and the thai sauce was very very very sweet. We each took a bite and I later ordered the salmon, subtly adding in that the sandwich was too sweet for me and I might get it boxed. I was pretty shy to mention anything but my S.O. said she'd probably comp part of it and take it away if I ordered the salmon anyway. She did not. Oh well. The tacos were decent, they are the kind you get in Cali where it's very light and not really like a taco. Good though. The chipotle aioli was nice. The calamari was super rubbery and barely warm like it had been cooked many hours ago. The spicy marinara was great though and helped get us over the texture.. Sweet potato tots are good. The salmon was AWESOME and fries were ok but broccoli was visibly burnt brown and dry in several spots. We had the caramel brownie cheesecake and the seven layer chocolate cake as well. I'd go for the seven layer if you come here. Drinks are the main redeeming factor. Between the two of us we had 2 Juicy beer, Old fashioned, Strawberry Fields and Rooftop Cosmo. They were all pretty good. But for the most part? I'd say save your money unless you're here just for drinks in the outdoor seating. We couldn't eat outside since it had started raining shortly before we arrived.
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