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Comment Archives: Events: 1 Star

Re: “Zombie Pub Crawl

Poorly organized. Not a real "pub" crawl as paying covers would cost less than this useless, beerless wristband. Also arrogant and unhelpful customer service.

2 likes, 0 dislikes
Posted by Jesse Wyatt on 10/05/2014 at 9:24 PM

Re: “X-Rated Hypnotist Anthony Potmesil

not funny, very stupid childlike jokes. not impressive and seemed like the "volunteers" were actors or just faking the entire show. would not recommend spending money to see this show. (also makes very rude comments to the women.... tells them they wont take their clothes off and yet the people still take their clothes off - people just wanted the attention)

I would put 0 stars if that was an option but its not.

3 likes, 6 dislikes
Posted by unimpressed on 10/02/2014 at 10:51 PM

Re: “Laura Lisbeth's songwriter night with Gerry Monks, Gregory Canseco and Jason Beers

OMG! I hated even giving this one star. Who in the hell would want to see this show? The songs are tired, the music is dull, the Mexican is a thief who steals tips off of tables. What more do you want to know ?

Posted by skm1971 on 04/18/2014 at 10:00 AM

Re: “Best Laid Plans -- A Murder Mystery Dinner

Don't waste your time or money. Once inside, we waited until they were ready to seat. They took our 'mug shot', against a height chart, which ended up being the highlight of the evening. We spent an extra $30 for Gold Circle seating, which supposed to place us closer to action. The hostess, Ooo Lala, a cast member asked us if we were part of that select group. Yes, we said and she took our word for it. We were seated at a table just inside the door, that was similar to every other table in the 'theater.'
The table was already set with our dinner salad, a mixture of greens that wouldn't be enough to feed a baby rabbit, a small glass of water that was never offered to be refilled, and our dessert?!?!?, a chocolate sponge cake that obviously had a very long shelf life when exposed to air. And a basket of bread and butter. Thank God for the bread and butter.
There were others at our table, our team, that we were to share information, to hopefully solve the mystery. They were as baffled by the premise as much as we were, or shared the growing apathy that most of the crowd began to experience. Another guest voiced to me her disappointment in the entire evening, that was supposed to be her birthday celebration. Another couple, whom we silently nicknamed Dan & Roseanne, came up with a rather tacky name for our team, and I believe, felt mighty proud of themselves for it.
There was a cash bar that consisted of wine and beer, one bartender, and 40 people standing line, waiting for a drink.
The 'entertainment' began. The main character began the story that sounded promising. The remainder of the story went downhill faster then an Olympic skier on speed. To say we lost interest quickly would be an understatement. We felt we had fallen into an episode of Mystery Science Theater. You really need to experience it firsthand to appreciate it, but don't. You'll never forgive yourself.
Dinner arrived, served to around 200 people, brought out by the only person in the place that deserved a gratuity. The chicken parmesan seemed to be the safest choice for the entree. I deduced this because the 3 level rubbermaid cart that they brought the food out on, was loaded with it. Lukewarm at best.
I guess it was now time to eat my dessert that had been sitting there for at least an hour. Yum!
I had to use the facilities and was not shocked to discover that the men's room, and the path to it, were under construction. No hot water, paper towels laying on top of a urinal. Found out from the spouse that the ladies was pretty rustic also, sans the urinal.
Finally, the cast went thru the length process of explaining the mystery, although we were mentally numb by that time, and exposed the murderer and the team winners, not us. They also stumped for tips for the service???? and to plan or next wedding reception there.
We felt, after 3 of the longest hours we had ever spent, that we had to stay to see who did it. Still apathetic and confused, we made a beeline for the door, raced to our car, drove home, and considered leaving the car running in the garage to alleviate our suffering.
We purchased this from Groupon. $54 plus an extra $30 for the 'exclusive seating' and the take home mugshot. The table tent suggested $12 per person gratuity, for excellent service. We left a fiver. Total.
Save your money or catch a show at the New Theater Restaurant. We haven't been there either but there isn't a way it could be worse.

3 likes, 0 dislikes
Posted by riptrack on 12/08/2013 at 8:57 PM

Re: “Jeremy Butcher & the Bail Jumpers

They suck!!! Drummer is awful! Go back to the eclipse!

Posted by blues on 11/16/2013 at 2:08 AM

Re: “Laura Lisbeth's songwriter night with Gerry Monks, Gregory Canseco and Jason Beers

This really sucked! It's obvious that Laura is slumming with the short, fat, unmannered mexican. I feel sorry for her to have stooped that low.

0 likes, 2 dislikes
Posted by Kerryn Marsten on 06/30/2013 at 4:09 PM

About as lame Karaoke as you can possibly get, KJ David is totally about himself, song selection and equipment quality is nowhere near the karaoke company that used to be here. The new Karaoke guy wouldn't give us the name of the previous karaoke company either. What a d#####e!

Posted by KaraokeLover on 05/06/2013 at 5:17 AM

this isn't an event

Posted by lauren on 03/05/2013 at 10:51 PM

Re: “America's Got Talent at BarCentral

This place needs help. I went in for dinner after seeing a local advertisement, thinking I was in for a treat. Overpriced drinks, rude server. and the food was just as disappointing. I ordered a starter plate called the tasted like it was days old...limp not crunchy vegetables....Flatbread pizza was good....pork sandwich had stale bread, tasteless dry pork, and a sorry excuse for a BBQ sauce that tasted like they tried to copy Gates. Big waste of money.

Posted by James on 08/18/2012 at 5:28 AM

Re: “America's Got Talent at BarCentral

The BARCENTRAL is a joke. The food is lame at best. Calamari was embarassing, greasy, chewy, breading falling off. The soup of the day tasted old and stale. The pulled pork tasted like a freezer and was dry. Mini rueben----Nothing more than an average rueben cut into 4 pieces....oh and 7 dollars for a warm gas station pretzel--you can get the same pretzel at a movie theater.....looks like they hired their chef from a bowling alley.

Posted by Cari on 08/10/2012 at 7:45 PM

Re: “Madonna

How can I even afford these tickets?

thats like 3 Britneys for One Madonna

Posted by Vaughn Hemingway on 06/10/2012 at 1:47 AM

Re: “Teen Icon Talent Competition

It's unfortunate that this organization does not uphold thier obligations. My Son, Morgan Thompson, who placed 3rd is still waiting for his award of $100.00.... The original advertisment stated a prise of $2500.00 with MTV quality video recording. NO such thing took place. The venue was too small for the actual turnout, which made the acoustics horrible.. I felt sorry for the singers who competed. As for Teen Icon themselves, they could be avoiding this negative press if they had simply returned our phone calls and emails; so this and everything else being wagered on Social Media websites are nothing short of self inflicted by them.... It's a shame to have to resort to this; but it's the only recourse TEEN ICON has left me with....

2 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by Shelly Doro-Thompson on 05/20/2012 at 11:59 AM

The owner is a cheat, don't trust her.

1 like, 0 dislikes
Posted by Mad Dog on 01/06/2012 at 10:34 AM

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