Great place to dance, good food, nice waiters, nice people too and the place makes you feel secure. Lots of guards looking out for you. However, the last 3 times I was there I met up with an extremely rude woman who had the nerve to take my seat after I had been sitting there all evening. When I told her that was my seat, my money, my drinks she told me something I didn't believe. She said, "I can take your seat if I want, the management will tell you so." I hope that's not so because no one would go there if there weren't for the seats, after dancing. Also, after that episode I saw a man hold his fist up at a man who took his lady's seat. I was afraid a fight would break out.It's just a matter of time. When there's drinks in front of a stool why can't people follow rules? I was surprised that there's less & less people there every time I come there. Now I know why. Bernadette
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