I like the concept, and the people who work here are very kind. As a venue, the acoustics could be better, but food, liquor and the bands are all good. However, I am now old. I don’t feel old, and I don’t act old, but age tapped me on the shoulder when I wasn’t looking. There was a band we wanted to hear on Friday night. We stood on line over 45 minutes, and my body was in pain, and my wife was looking at me with her death stare. After 50 minutes, we ditched and went to L’Abattoir for drinks.
Saturday night we went back and we were able to wait on the patio. That was infinitely better, but the band lacked energy for some reason, and some bad dancers detracted from listening to the band. We will try to get into Guilt & Co. tonight, before or after our dinner at St. Lawrence. It’s all a crap shoot, but for me, I can wait in a line maybe 15 minutes. That’s why Guilt & Co gets four rather than five stars.