great place, good drinks, favorite neighborhood bar, nice little spot, nice bartenders, helpful manager ian, bad dj
it was just ok. its an ok place
what not to love about gold gilded decor and good booze.. It can get really crowded here, but if you don't mind battling the crowds, this is a good place for after work drinks. Ipod night is pretty cool. You get to see what everyone else is listening to. if you're lucky maybe they'll have barbarella playing on the wall.
THE CROUD WAS GREAT.. Good entertainment and bartenders/servers
Not to Shaby. Great place to chat and have a few beers. Came here with some of my freinds for a birthday and had a great time
Not Bad for A Bar. Just remember that most people that come here are ready to drink and have fun. It's a great place to sit down and meet some other women. The music choice is good and I never get bored going there.
Fun Birthday Celebration Place. Was there for a birthday party last night and had a great time. The bartenders were nice and offered quick service, and even stopped everything for a bit to have the bar sing happy birthday to my friend and do their quick fire stunt and gave her her complimentary shot. The decor was nice and I actually liked the lighting at the bar, lets you get a look at the good looking people there. The music, was okay but I guess its not really a dancing spot. Would like to check it out on IPOD night, seems like the night to go.
my favorite bar!.
I never thought I would be the type of person who would have a regular bar, but ever since I've been coming to this place, I've never wanted to go anywhere else.
It is an easygoing atmosphere, with cool bartenders who like to have fun!
Sometimes they have themed parties like second chance prom or toga parties.
I especially frequent tuesdays when they have ipod night. Anyone can sign up their ipod for a 30 minute set. But be careful it can be boo'd or cheered on depending on the crowd's taste. Its a lot of fun for sure!
I recommend it to all my friends and they all want to come back again, so its not just me. Come check it out, I dare you!!!
The name is cooler than the people. With a great name like Saints & Sinners, it's a lot to live up to. For my friends and I, the crowd that frequents this place seems to be no more than just a mix of college kids. Not really our scene. This place has a sports bar clientele with swanky Sinatra decor. Could be so much better if the door men weren't on such a power trip. We were rejected last time, because one of our friends who is 25 had a Tahitian driver's license. The door guy was so rude, he said, "I could make this at home." Well, I've bartended for over eight years, and I know both sides of the coin. Yes, they have a job and bartenders to protect, but if it were me at the door, I would look at the whole situation first. She was with four people: 2 who are in their 40's and 2 who are nearly 30. If she was with a bunch of 21 year-olds, I would side with the doorman, but we were obviously a group of more maturity. The door guy could have handled this type of situation with some class and without being so rude and condescending to "guests." If I was the bartender, I'd be upset that they turned away five people and their pockets full of money when the bar was not crowded. That aside, I've been to this bar several times as a "last resort" when everything else in the neighborhood is closed. Though it's not my scene, was willing to give it another shot, but now that's been shot to hell. Oh well, their loss. We have a lot of out of town visitors, so we'll take them and their money somewhere else.
Great bar. Been going there for years.... on Mondays..wednesdays...sometime even on thursdays. It's a good BAR...don't expect glitz and glamour..but if you just wanna go to a bar with friends....try it out.
Bigfoot Lodge owner launches swinging '70s-themed nightclub with early neighborhood/industry bar scene and live, late-night DJs..
Straight out of "Boogie Nights," this Culver City lounge mixes elements of naughty and nice to create a kitschy-fun drinking experience. Following along the theme-bar lines of owner Bobby Green's woodsy Bigfoot Lodge and batty Little Cave, the retro-inspired space incorporates an illuminated circular fireplace, buttoned-vinyl ceiling and oyster-shell chandeliers above a baroque-cupid flanked bar. Guests sprawl among snuggley furniture set against furry velvet walls, or groove to a mix of modern house and classic rock inside the rear alcove.
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