HOOOOOOOORRIBLE!!!! Front bartenders jordan and his sidekick pablo and a female, left a few customers standing for about 20 minutes for drinks as they waved money ready to be served. There was eye contact by Jordan. They gave service to only a section in front of them, which looked to be their friends. One of the Customers was not happy and tried to get their attention, but to no avail , were continously ignored. Finally, attention was had by another customer knocking on the register and was insulted by personal attacks of her gender by jordan. Unnecessary. And, were refused service by these insulting bartenders. This establishment, at their meetings should polish up their employees on the fundamentals of great service, people skills and common courtesy. jordan is losing profit by ignoring customers. For the people who do not have an I.D. and/or not of legal age, not to worry, they don't check for I.D.'s at the door. They didn't card us, as we entered and paid the fee.
Best of Gay L.A Nightlife: Lesbian Nightclub Party - 2008
Inspired by New York City's Coyote Ugly, lesbian nightclub promoters Linda Fusco and Michelle Agnew brought Truck Stop night to Here Lounge in West Hollywood more than two years ago. The idea was to throw a sexy, no-holds-barred fright-night party where even the shyest gal could let loose, and lesbians from the Eastside, Westside and even Orange County have been packing into Here ever since. The highlight of "Truck Stop" is the dancing girls/bartenders, who play "dream-girl" roles, ranging from the all-American sweetheart to the leather diva. Every hour on the hour, they step onto the bar and dance jaw-dropping routines to modern pop, rock and hip-hop, which also fuel the fun vibe.—Patrick Range McDonald