Open Hours: Monday 11:00 AM - 02:30 AM, Tuesday 11:00 AM - 12:30 AM, Wednesday 11:00 AM - 02:30 AM, Thursday 11:00 AM - 02:30 AM, Friday 11:00 AM - 02:30 AM, Saturday 11:00 AM - 02:30 AM, Sunday 11:00 AM - 02:30 AM
Some of the Mangement is really bad. and others are not.
But watch out who may be on duty because some of them run it like their little kingdom. They may tell you that you cant wear a certain type of hat or you must tuck in your shirt in order to enter, or say you are not drinking enough and you have to leave. Hey I am fine with dress code if that is waht they want but they will refuse to let one person in for a dress code violation in their eyes and then they will be a dozen others breaking the same rule in the same way and nothing is said. I guess the straw that broke the camels back was Fri, 10-14-11 I was told my shirt would have to be tucked in before entering, when I was wearing Casual Dress pants with a nice Polo Shirt and the door man telling me this is in blue jeans and a T shirt and his shirt is not tucked in and after I did tuck in my shirt, Damn if I did not see 6 guys with out their shirts tucked in before I got to a seat. I made mention of this to the same door man later and he just said Oh well you can take your shirt tale out if you really want. Also If you show up with an out of state License you may have to stand at the door for 5 minutes while they get a manager because only a manager can let you in with out of state ID. Also if you want to watch another channel on one of the TV set, that may take 15 minutes to get it changed, and I bet you say Oh no you have to be streatching the truth, but no they keep the remotes locked up in the back and it requires a General Manager or Kitchen Manager to change a TV your friendly bartender is not allowed. I have actually walked in The Place with no one watching a TV and request to just change it to something I knew was on, and drink 2 beers and no one has got the TV changed yet. I have put up with these type of idiots for years because it was close to home but, I finally got enough of their $4 for a bottle beer prices and their crazy see how far they can aggravate you just to have a evening out. I am not sure which bar I will be going to but it will not be The Place Bar and Grill on Sandy Plains Rd. while its being managed by the idiots they have now.
Initially, I found it enjoyable, relaxing, and fun filled. A friend started to work there and it was a joy to tip, make new friends and sing some karaoke on Tuesday. But.......tonight was a night that reinforced previous reviews that you are taken back to the 50s and 60s, without the noose, whips, and shackles so freely applied. A most discouraging, and insulting experience that will assuredly keep me away from the place and have me reevaluating if this is 2011 or 1951.
Sixty Four years of watching THINGS change and wind up at the same position. I think there is another statement that sums it up better. The definition of insanity!!!
I hope THE PLACE pulls it together....I doubt it. It is NOT a place to go if you have pigmentation in your skin and especially if you have aquaintants whom are not as pigmented
My friend had an issue with his payment method and when the bartender didn't want to help anymore she had the bouncers force him it b shoving him to the ground several times before making it to the doors right in front of me. This should be a reason for review or investigation asap.
Our first experience with The Place was with her sister club in Town Lake. The Place at Town Lake is more of a younger crowd, and the dancing gets started much later there. Don’t get me wrong there's nothing wrong with the Place in Town Lake but, our quest to find a place where the interest is primarily dancing eventually led us on the longer trek to The Place in Marietta. Our long quest has ended as the dancing starts early and ends late at The Place.
There are other places inbetween, and we could easily go somewhere else, but we choose week-in and week-out to come back; now we are regulars on Fri/Sat nights. The Place is it if you like dancing, partying, and friendly people. You won't break the piggy-bank going here, drinks and dinner are reasonable. The food is excellent for the price. The Grouper sandwich is awesome, but bring a big appetite or a friend. The dress is club casual to formal. Special events like the Halloween Costume party, New Years, the Luau make the holidays The Place, the place to be! We had a wonderland time Halloween and the best New Years ever at The Place.
The best feature of this club is that people hit the dance floor early and keep the floor occupied until closing time. Many regulars come from all over the metro area to party here - I think that says a lot about The Place! Most everyone is friendly and easy going with lots of regulars who make this a great place to party and have a good time. The Cons, the music is really loud; forget having a conversation with more than one person at a time (then again maybe it's not a con), Greg can get a little repetitive with his selection and more variety would be greatly appreciated. Sometimes he gets a little carried away with the disco or the country and clears the dance floor. (Hey Greg, a little more punk, a little more funk, a wider selection of dance rap) It gets really crowded at times with people standing in the walkways making it hard to get to the dance floor. Sometimes the dance floor gets so crowded you can barely move.
I can only speak for the week-end evenings;
The crowd tends towards 30 and up with a good mix. This is a dancing crowd, so if you are looking for a great place to dance the night away you’ve found it. If your looking for a place to sit around, drink, and have a conversation, let me recommend you go somewhere else. Lots of single gentlemen eager to hit the dance floor, many will ask you, others can be led to the floor with the slightest of persuasion. The Place has a diverse crowd and is not the place for bigots or closed minded people.
Singles - As with most clubs this is predominantly a singles crowd. The men are basically gentlemen with only the occasional problem guy. There are more dancers here than the average club; with a broad mix of types, ethnicities, and personalities. Many are regulars most are friendly and cordial. More are handsome than not, most of the older men are well preserved. The gals are fun loving and love to dance with the guys, the gals, in groups, and solo. There is less drama and cattiness here than in most clubs; either the gals are more confident and sure of themselves or perhaps an underlying LP exists. From young to mature, common to stunningly beautiful our 'ladies' are awesome.
Couples - If you’re like us and you love to have a good time, dance, make friends and enjoy the week-end, this is the place to be. Even though we haven’t found that elusive unicorn here, we have found lots of good friends and an open and engaging atmosphere. The Place is one of those rare couples friendly places, where you will not feel out of place. You can mingle with the crowd or stick to yourselves and feel at home here. One of the first times we came here a couple wanted to share our table (it gets crowded); they had met here months before and hooked up. We spend our off-the-dance-floor time mingling with friends we’ve made here, trying to meet new people, and having fun.
Went there for the first time on a Friday night. The was packed. Lots of people dancing and relaxing. It was like a wedding reception without the pain. :-)
I highly recommend it if you like to drink, dance , and make new friends
Good D. J. Music,usually on Friday Nights. Good Dance Floor. Drinks are weak, Food is Okay, Can get over crowded, to where you can't get to the dance floor, and smokey, gets hot when crowded needs colder air temp.
For happy hour or dancing, this is the place to be. Excellent happy hour from 5-7pm daily. Texas Holdem on Sunday and Karoke and a ladies night every Wed.
Bartenders are friendly, attentive and good lookin! I've been going there on and off for years but moved into the area a year ago so its a good local bar to stop by after work and have a cold one. Comes with a whole cast of local characters just to keep things interesting. Like to dance? Come after 9:00pm and party into the night with the DJ or the band.
Come on by..we'll save ya a seat!
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