The place is too loud and too crowded. I can understand the theme of the place like a pretentious hard rock cafe but it is nowhere close. Although the happy hours are good times to get drunk with your chums and ignore everything else and they have a good alcoholic collection with some yummy cocktails too. Food is nice and they have a good variety too. Only issue, the music is unbearably loud and random. Although it is good to go in and remember some of the artists that you may have not heard for ages. They still play "Summer of 69" and the crowd sings along. Awesome the first time, Disappointing when it happened every other time.
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