Although I may have the nights backwards. I saw The March Violets there. It was pretty much like Gillman St. One was in bridal wear, with bouquet. Had a pool table that you could never use cuz of the crowds. Not sure of it's exact demise whys or wherefores.
There is now a parking lot where it used to be. It was a total meet market. Rave on, this club had it all New Wave and used to get so packed, the cops would set up stings on Durham, so they could pull over all the cars that left that way. My steak was very rare when I asked for medium. Think of New Jack City. I ordered a Stoli Raz, club, and a splash of cranberry when she offered a Ciroc Red Berry, the same way. The memories of Skoochies, City Beat, Club Broadway, etc.
The best Orange County club of its time! Large shop window front with glass panels and plants. It was always completely packed on weekends and was my idea of a great 80s club. Back when Miami beach was desolate and full of old timers this club used to be the life of Washington Avenue. The Wizard Al Ester, and Stacy Hot Wax Hale. An afterhours club in Shreveport Louisiana inside a southern antebellum home. One of the best places in the Hudson Valley to see bands either on their way up, or before they start to fade fast. I heard my first Haircut 100 song there.
Was a pop disco,had many pop disco singer shows, such as Taylor Dayne,and that genre. Btw, later turned back into the Roxy's. It had an outside patio, 2 bars in the main disco, a back room with another bar and a few pool tables. But for the nightclub, I would dress appropriately. Was an old bank turned into a club, in the fall they would put fallen leafs all over the dance floor.
One of the Biggest rooms in Tampa - The Alternative nights on Wed. I was there for New Years and had a great time. I recall one of the bars actually selling vials of Rush and orange juice mixed with herbal tincture which I now believe to be Jagermeister. Dillion's was the place where a lot of the celebritie's kids partied. So yea, I had a phenomenal time. He asked how things were and I told him.
This is a great place to have a drink and listen to music that you thought was Gone! And her clothes wow, so hip, mod, punk! Voted as a tie the three of them for 3rd best disco in the world by Billboard magazine in 1979. Hi energy music was featured such as Divine, Sylvester, Cowley, new age, and lots of creativity. We ordered three plates of Buffalo Wings and they were ice cold when served. Bands were mainly hard rock, but some, like The Verandas, also bordered on pop. This was the American Dreamland! I went to the racetrack once before for a friend's bachelor party and it did not look very nice. Edit: The manager came by right after my post.
Even Sean Hannity admits to hangin' there. We ordered three plates of Buffalo Wings and they were ice cold when served. The club also was known among groups as a good place to do warm up gigs before tours. My pal Bonnie and I were so happy there. They had a few floors and great music!! Bricks were Â£5 each; the sale raised thousands of pounds for charity.
It looked like a warehouse, big, catwalks lotsa beautiful people great visuals. In it's roughly five or six year span, it went through several changes, which included lots of neon and flashy seat cushions. Always packed with celebrities, straights and fashion-minded young gay preppies. I was every popcorn pimps nightmare! The music mirrored the Dallas Starck club scene. I would not mind going back! Excess in dancing, Boonsefarm and scamming! Lots of girls and boys with big hair all wearing makeup and black clothes. First off, it is a sports bar as the name implies.