The bouncers are the worst people ever, just completely evil to the core. Since there was a long line my fiancé went to park the car while I waited in it. While waiting I heard people behind me saying that there was a cover charge, so my fiancé went up to find out the amount. When he did he ran to get some money out. Since I made it to the front of the line before he got there I let a bunch of people who were behind me go in ahead. Finally when he came back we were ready to go in. However, the same bouncer who told him there was a cover charge, ended up saying that I was only allowed in and he eventually insulted us and said that my fiancé had to go to the back of the line. Now this line took 30 minutes to get to the front. I pleaded with the bouncer to let him in, but he wouldn't. So I went in without him. While I was waiting the same bouncer, Denis, came in. He said have you ever been to a club and I turned around and said yes I have. I said in the city my fiancé was allowed in even if he came in after I got to the front of the line. I told him that it wasn't very nice of him to do that to which he said I was a b****. I told him that was really rude and he ended up kicking me out. So I ended up trying to look for my fiancé in the long line. Finally when I found my fiancé we decided to go up and speak to the manger. When we ask for the manager none of the bouncers would let us speak to him/her. We ended up leaving and going to George and Martha's. There we were met with smiles and kindness. This is not the first time the bouncers were really rude to us at the Grasshopper, but this was the worst it has ever been. We will not be giving our service to them and we want to help spare you the misery. There are plenty of other nice places to go to and you will have much more human bouncers. In the end the bouncers at grasshopper were the most evil people you will ever meet.
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