beautiful nice crowd, enjoy good music, nice drinks, bad music, bad parking, bad nothing, really nice people
Love it!!!. The basement club has a nice atmosphere and great service the bathroom are nice and clean. Depending on the day you come is the music they play. Love It!!!!!
Great for dinner and dancing!. I've been here a few times already, but when i went last week... There was something different. We walked in a smelled food, like they were cooking something right at the door and wouldn't u know, they were, lol! Right when u walk in you're facing, basically, a taco stand. U really can't resist after u get a whiff. We got a few each, there were 2tacos for $3. Very Delicious!! U must try! PS: they also have a full menu!
Fun place to party!.
I had such a good time there. I'll definetely go back and recommend you check it out too.
Good crowd, good drinkin, and good dancing. =)
Intimate Underground Ultra Lounge. I had alot a fun there. Just dancing the night away. The music was awesome. Drinks are nice and strong. The place looks a little small at first but it has a wrap around bar with more sitting areas on the other side and plenty of room to dance with it's dance stage and dance floor in front of that. The people were really nice. Staff, security and the beautiful crowd! I've gone back and still have nothing bad to say about it! You have to check this place out, especially since it's recent makeover!
One word: BAD. Bad food, bad music, pricey, watered down drinks. No parking -- surprising because the place was empty.
Great place to enjoy good music and a nice crowd..
The dj always plays a good mix of hip hop and R&B, top 40, and house music. There really isnt a long line to get in, and the bartenders are generous in their portions. The price for drinks are about normal though.
The food is horrible. The place itself is pretty small, and parking is bad. Come early to find parking is recommended.
East Village nightclub offers sophisticated lounge environment for drinking, dancing and flirting..
With a sexy Moroccan theme, this intimate party playground finds its home on the lower level of Long Beach's Broadlind Hotel, a 1920s apartment building. Stone colonnades line the central club, creating cozy cabana-like alcoves furnished with upholstered sofas and futon-like loungers, which are divided by thick drapery for privacy. A curved bar decorated with blown-pendulum lights stands opposite a plasma screen pulsating with pop imagery. The rear VIP-area enforces its own guest list and doubles as a late-night dance floor.
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