What a dump..With sleezy managment to follow. Not worth the time of day. Decor is very random. Couches, Chairs and everything else they can squeeze in here just doesn't make any sense with MUSIC TO MATCH. Bar is very random too. I remember this really cool Mosaic countertop with old school piano and now the place looks like a big open hall. No atmosphere NOTHING. Not impressed with the way this place is going! If this place was in a poor location i could see it going OUT OF BUSINESS in weeks!
Best 80s night - Every Thursday!. Come get your 80s on! They are throwing down the best 80s mix I have heard in the bay area. They play everything, stuff I haven't heard in years. They even took some crazy requests. They played pretty much everything from darkwave to pop and rap to rock (no heavy metal but they did play some industrial) We had a blast dancing. This has definately become a required Thursday night hangout! hope to see you there...
Thursday Nights - Best 80s night in the Bay Area! Every Thursday night at 9pm!. The Lobby has brought in 2 DJ's that have turned Thursday nights into the best 80's dance party in the Tampa Bay area. From New Wave to Hip Hop, Goth to Pop, Rock to Funk; they welcome the challange of obscure requests! Same great Lobby atmosphere and beautiful people that you are used to seeing on Saturday nights. Best Martini's and $2.00 drink specials every week. As always there is no cover charge. Only 2 blocks away from Bay Walk on Central Ave. Don't miss it, and make sure you bring your rubiks cube & dancing shoes.
Sometimes all it takes to get right with the world is a cozy, dark pocket and a divine chocolate martini..
Located in what used to be the lobby of the historic Detroit Hotel, pretty front doors open onto a Mediterranean bistro called the Garden, which is shaded by a 100-year-old banyan tree. Custom-made iron accents and stained glass grace the interior with a most unusual style. The sculpture is a nod to the Spanish love of wrought iron, only modern; stained glass reminiscent of the work of Louis Comfort Tiffany, only cleanly 21st century; stained-glass tables with wrought-iron legs and feet; an impressive mirror hangs over a fireplace; and even the footrest that runs along the bottom of the bar is exquisite.
The premium liquors are pricey, but worth it. Indulge in hummus pita; chips accompanied by muhammara dip--a spicy concoction of roasted red peppers, walnuts, pomegranate and molasses, or try fried, almond-crusted calamari. A place to eat, drink, converse and contemplate the finer things in life.
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