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Posted by anonymous on 06/11/2013
I waited over 3o mins to be seated at Dirty Martini's on a Wednesday night when the restaurant did not seem to be busy at all. Not only was the wait long but the service was slow and when I finally did get my food it was COLD! I just wanted to grab a bite to eat and take a break from the mid-work week blues and I was extremely under-whelmed. Definitely not returning.
Posted by Joe Nathan on 09/12/2011
So when they came to my residence and gave me a card for a free cocktail I thought, why not. After spending $75 for a couple of drinks and aps for me and my date they would not take the card. Server said she was told by the manager that we ordered martinis, Not cocktails and the card did not apply. Two requests to discuss this with the person who made the decision proved to be fruitless... They refused to speak to me. Typical VRS (velvet rope syndrome). Who needs this when there are plenty of places that understand customer service. Who cares about the cost of a drink? Shouldn't a request to speak to a manager be honored regardless of the situation?
Posted by anonymoous on 08/11/2011
Great bands , great happy hour , and and diversed upscale crowd. if you get the right appetizers, very filling. Martini's are exceptional.
Posted by hungryingardens on 08/01/2011
I expected this to be an uber chic martini bar with some unique decor....but it was just like the others around except a bit more boring. I was attending a networking event & then stayed later to hang out with friends...the music was so loud we could not even talk to each other so not a great place to meet for a drink & "catch up". It was quite crowded for the party & it was extremely hot & stuffy in the bar/stage area...would expect it to be nice & cool....overall not too impressed & feel no urge to rush back for a 15$ martini, let alone the 400$ they are trying to hawk