Not a great restaurant, so eat somewhere else before going. But a great band and opportunity to dance to swing and Big Band music. They also play a scattering of modern songs arranged in a Big Band style. Even a rock-and-roll song once in a while. But predominantly Swing Era music and old standards. You have to pay $7 per person to get in when the band is there (Thursday evenings) and have to buy a minimum of 1 drink per person. They charge you at least $5 for the first drink, even if it's lower than that on the menu. Then the second drink is whatever the price is on the menu. So the minimum you will spend is $12 per person, not including food. And the band has a tip jar you may want to put some cash into as well. The food, in my experience, is average Chinese food, nothing special. In fact I was disappointed in a couple of dishes I ordered. So I would not recommend eating here. If you bring your own bottle of wine, there is a $10 fee. The band is well worth all this rigamarole and they are top-notch musicians and there are always a couple of singers. They play from 7 to 8:15 and take a short break while the recorded Electric Slide is played, then play from 8:30 to 9:30. So dress up a little, put on your dancing shoes and have a good time to authentic Swing Era and Big Band era songs.
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