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Asheville, North Carolina
Joined Apr 2009
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11 Loved Places

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  • Jungle Midtown, Atlanta
  • Scandals Nightclub Downtown, Asheville
  • Tressa's Downtown Jazz and Blues Downtown, Asheville
  • Tupelo Honey Cafe Downtown, Asheville

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  • lvmtns
    lvmtns reviewed Scandals Nightclub Over a year ago
    Hates it

    Hayday is over, but still best place to go.
    The new owners have made some decisions I'm not all that fond of and they seem to have lost some clientele. The club used to be one cover for all three levels. So, for those of us that have been around a while, this club has lost some of its appeal. However, if you want to dance its still the best place to go and seems to be improving somewhat.

  • lvmtns
    lvmtns reviewed Jungle Over a year ago
    Hates it

    Visitors beware
    If you are visiting Atlanta as I did recently, I would suggest staying away from Jungle. It is the only bar I have ever been to that they do not allow you to run a tab; instead they have an odd system of vouchers (unless you pay with cash). I was told that if these vouchers which are bought in $20 increments could be used other nights or returned for payout. When I left, however, I was refused repayment of my balance and told I could just use them later. That might be fine if I lived there and had any desire to return - a ripoff otherwise. The drinks are overpriced as well; besides, Backstreet this club is definitely not. My advice: find another place to go (i.e. Swinging Richards) or swing by an ATM first.

  • lvmtns
    lvmtns reviewed Tressa's Downtown Jazz and Blues Over a year ago
    Loves it

    Worth a visit
    I have to disagree with the last review. Tressa's is gay owned & operated but actually draws a more cosmopolitan straight couples crowd. Still, the place has great ambience with live music and dancing downstairs and a quiet, smoke-free lounge upstairs for more relaxed conversations. Gay friendly and worth the visit if you want to experience different aspects of downtown culture.