Hard to find. The entrance had construction materials so I didn't know if it was the place. As you walk in the entry was done well. One lone employee who never made a drink in his life was trying to serve cocktails to 20 people, was under-supplied, and was confused. (I would be to if I was 14 years old and serving drinks). We finally bought a bottle of booze and a pitcher of mix to make our own.
Our room looked like a VIP Room in a run down strip joint. The back row bench seating had duct tape over the rips in the vinyl. Many of our guest wanted Lysol wipes to kill what might be lurking on the surfaces.
The sound system was good and selection of songs was easy. A faster server would help with the searches.
Behind the touch screen, song selection electronics was a curtain to a toilet and sink. The door was off the wall preventing easy access. No soap to wash hands. The other bathrooms were down a dark hallway. NOBODY went to the bathroom alone.
Cost was $68 per hour, waived if our party of 20 hit a $450 bar bill. The speed in which the bartender poured drinks, we would have hit our minimum bar bill until Noon the next day.
Shame on the owner for making the, obviously overwhelmed, bartender be alone running the place. This is a safety risk for sure.
In the end we had a lot of fun, but we had to get used to the conditions and how the place worked. It has potential, but not until the renovate and hire good help.