I picked this place as a special treat for my husband's birthday. I had heard rave reviews on the Travel Channel the previous week and the website looked great. I made a reservation online. The website had some kind of glitch and never sent me the confirmation code. After doing this thrice, I called and confirmed my reservation.
The place was easy to find. As we entered, we were greeted by 2 guys offering popcorn and candyfloss. We moved on to the host who could not find my reservation and kept asking me for my name until someone told him to just let us in. I loved his costume though.
The bar was nice, living up to the over-the-top image. However, the bartender served me wine that had turned (they need to store their wine better than just keep open bottles around). I did get a new glass of wine upon bringing to his notice. We didn't have to wait too long to be led into the main restaurant.
At first, the space appears to be so much smaller than on the website or the Travel Channel. The beds were very comfortable and the decor is white and simple. I do wish they would have bigger tables so we could place our large dinner plates. Eating on a plush mattress is a little bit of a challenge....
The entertainment was kind of random, but the 2 trapeze acts were both really good. Maybe it was my previous trip to Vegas and grand performances, but I didn't think the performances were out of the ordinary in terms of themes or variety. I was kind of disappointed , maybe I was expecting too much....We couldn't see some of the performances since the performer was in front of a large screen on the 2nd floor (we were seated on the 1st floor).
The server did ask us about any food reservations since the first course was raw fish. The appetizer was decent, the second course was just terrible (some kind of soup in a dog bowl). The main course (chicken) was average. The only thing I really liked was the dessert (strawberries and cream). Portions were tinyyyyyy so I was left hungry and I overheard other patrons saying this too.
My husband ordered a couple of drinks and he really liked them all. I also got him a massage and he said it was really good. After the end of the meal, the dance floor was opened to guests. I did not appreciate the music much (too much European techno - disco). Most people did not join us on the dance floor, it just wasn't as happening. After about 30 mins or so, we decided to leave in search of some more food!!
Overall, I wish I got more value for my buck....but my husband had a blast.
The place over charges, has horrible service (we had bottle service and ended up waiting an hour and 1/2 before we were seated at our table) and then the SupperClub tries to tack on an outrageous gratuity when they did not earn it. Beware of the place. Tourist attraction.
Our group of 12 had a GREAT time! The relaxed atmosphere made it inviting to move around so you got to visit with everyone during the evening (rather than just the person you initially sat next to). The tables are in groups of 4 so go with a number that is divisble by 4 (and make sure to make reservations). The food that we had was delicious. It is odd to not get to choose what you want to eat (5 set courses) but each one did not disappoint. I never knew I liked duck until I was served it at SC. If you want a hip night with friends to celebrate...this is the place to do it. The price per person for us, enjoying probably 4-5 drinks each, was ~$125. Have a great time!
I was looking forward to checking out this world known venue and was very disappointed with my experience. The food and drinks are way over priced, the service is terrible. The attitudes of the bartenders are poor. One bartender did not make us the drink we wanted because she says she doesn't make that particular drink and another yelled at security for not doing his job, as well, she griped at a customer.
For the reputation the Supperclub chain has, I think they were poorly represented by the servers. I think it's an embarrassment to those who work to keep the Supperclubs, all over the world, going.
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