This is a key spot for Central Avenue nightlife. Enjoy a relaxed atmosphere of satellite music; light jazz and modern rock. ... More
This is a key spot for Central Avenue nightlife. Enjoy a relaxed atmosphere of satellite music; light jazz and modern rock. Share a fun evening in the lounge upstairs filled with pool tables and comfy chairs. This is a perfect place for an evening of dinner and drinks or a start-the-party stop along the way to a variety of other entertainment in the area. You will love their gourmet sandwiches, and unique specialty drinks like Margaritas, Caramel Apple and Lemon Meringue Martini's. Also, you will find a wide array of beers.
I've never been treated so poorly by a server. I walked in and this crazy looking female bartender for no reason yells at me to GET OUT. I tried asking her what the problem was and she yelled again while walking away, so I left. I've been there a few times and she always seems very rude and unfriendly, like pouring a drink is this huge effort and personal favor... but this draws the line. With service that bad, this place will go out of business. Worst bar in Albuquerque by far.
I had a TERRIBLE time here! The bartender completely ignored us even though there weren't that many people there, and when I called out to her, she snapped at me! "Wait your turn!" she yelled. After we finally got our first round after standing at the bar for 20 minutes, we decided to play pool. There were other people playing, but when we asked the bartender for the billiard balls, she said sure, but only for 15 minutes. I'm not sure if she meant there was a time limit, or that the pool area would be closing soon, but she was very, very rude about it.
SO then, we decided to go downstairs and dance. We went to the bar there and tried to order another round, only to be ignored AGAIN! There were three bartenders and few patrons, but we were left to stand at the bar for quite a while. TWO other groups of people were allowed to order before us, even though we had been waiting first. As SOON as we got our drinks, the lights were flipped on and bouncers began to kick everyone out. There was no last call or anything, just despicable jerks rounding everyone up and kicking them out. I asked if I could at least finish my drink since I had JUST come from the bar. He said NO!! I had to leave the FULL drink that I PAID for and barely had time to grab my bag before we were escorted out. Never have I ever experienced being kicked out of a restaurant or bar immediately at closing time without being able to finish what I was drinking!
I asked the man at the front door if I could talk to a manager about the shockingly rude and disrespectful service, and he told me that I would have to stand out on the street all night, because the manager was busy.
FORGET THIS PLACE!!
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