We went here to start off the night for a bachelorette party and I heavily regret it. We ordered bottle service upon arrival and were kindly seated at the VIP area, since it was early enough and not crowded. Although our server, Jackie, was very nice, she was overshadowed by the other servers and "VIP manager," who was essentially a glorified bouncer on a fun-wrecking mission.
We kept getting reseated by another server for no apparent reason, other than to make room for guests who weren't there yet, until 8 of us were squeezed into a space for about 4 (not that there's a lot of room to begin with). Once our bachelorette started dancing in our area, the "VIP manager" repeatedly told her that she needed to sit down and that she was bothering other patrons. She started talking to the other patrons to see if they were bothered by her (of course they weren't) and then the "VIP manager" came over again and told her to stop interrupting his patrons! I had to explain to him that they were just talking (there was obviously no aggression) and also to come to me with any problems, not our guest of honor! After the "VIP manager" approached us a few more times and the other server told us that we weren't ordering enough bottles fast enough (we ordered about 2 in the span of an hour), the general manager came over to ask what the problem was. She was understanding and said she would have a talk with the "VIP manager," but by that point we'd had enough.
Stay away from this place if you want to dance, have a good time and enjoy quality service. It seems as though this place is only for the friends of those who work there.