Rudest MOST UNPROFESSIONAL service I have ever experienced!. 11/9/11 UPDATE-- WARNING: INACCURATE 5 STAR RATING (FAKE REVIEWS BY CLUBS PROMOTERS) I was shocked to see that the ratings of this club magically "lept" from 1.5 stars to "5". I checked the 5 star ratings and they were ALL WRITTEN by the SAME 2 PEOPLE who were SOLICITING BUSINESS FOR THIS CLUB! I immediately emailed City Search Customer service to alert them to this fact~clearly these SAME 2 promoters should not be able to cast 74 5-STAR votes for their own club! >If you check the YELP website you will see that they have achieved 1.5 stars. ORIGINAL REVIEW (BELOW): Rudest MOST UNPROFESSIONAL service I have ever experienced! It is no wonder that this club (originally open 6 days per week) has been forced to cut back on their hours of operation and is now only open 3 days per week. Before many of these bad reviews were posted, I called the club and asked to be put in touch with their official booker so that I could arrange to host a private event there. She took us on a tour of the club and through phone calls and emails we eventually agreed on terms to host our event at bar 210. Then, mysteriously, she stopped returning my calls or answering my emails. When I finally tracked her down, she "couldn't remember" anything about our deal, despite our email paper trail. I was eventually put in touch with her male co-worker. He disputed the validity of the previous deal and tried to make a "new deal" with me under much more onerous terms. He contradicted himself so many times in our conversation and became so antagonistic that I just didn't trust him or the club and did not feel comfortable having any dealings with them. The extremely low yelp rating they have subsequently received completely corroborates my suspicions. One wonders who is in charge of this horrible mess and if there is any professional oversight in their day-to-day operations and business dealings at all?
Bar 210 on Saturdays. Formerly Trader Vics now Bar 210. hmmmm another venue that has great pictures. I mean the pictures of the venue looks much better than the actual venue. Bar staff sucks. I'm all good with having stunning bar staff but whats the point if they don't know their drinks or cant handle the stress of bar tending. These staff are used to pretending they are models and actors but when it comes to actual work they tend to suffer the reality of it Apart from 2-3 of the bouncers, the rest are morons. I would say that its safe to to assume that when a promoter tell you they work at the club you should try to confirm with other staff rather than starting a fight with the promoter. Thursdays are weak and Fridays are dead so Saturdays is the only night worth attending. Lots of UCLA kids with blue eyes and blonde hair LOL. The energy is awesome with DJ Tony Martinez. The downside is the cover charge so unless you look stunning you will have to pay. New clubs opens in Hollywood all the time. To find the best option for you, check out my website - www evitaparties com. eVita Parties provides Hollywood Guest List to Hollywood Clubs & Los Angeles Events.
All the Worst of LA Clubs in One Obnoxious Place. Notice that all the positive reviews are promoters - and not ones with good crowds. They have practically 100 promoters and subpromoters. Having been invited to several events at this place, I will say it is BY FAR my least favorite spot in the entire city. The club is filled with ugly, obnoxious people with attitude. This is NOT a cool Hollywood crowd, a hip downtown artsy crowd, or EVEN a high class Beverly Hills crowd. Its filled with a bunch of Gucci wearing low lifes - with a male to female ratio of 10 to 1. The only good nights this club saw were in its opening weeks (a time long ago). The only times I'd even think of going here again would be if it was hosting an after-party for a private events at the Beverly Hilton. If not steer clear! I even had a miserable time when I was on a promoters guest list and had drink tickets. I talked to the only blond in the nightclub, who proceeded to tell me how she was visiting, hated LA, and had come to the club two nights in a row. (That was clearly her problem, as Bar 210 is everything that is wrong with the LA night scene - and yet their management thinks they're amazing and worth $40 entry and tons of headache) But the final straw was when a producer who I helped in the early stage of his project had a release party, and I showed up at 11:01 after dealing with their overpriced and poorly trained valet for 5 minutes, and was told the guest list was closed at 11:00, and I would have to pay $20 to get in. 11:01! Seriously, the entire staff could care less about people. Some of the most stuck up promoters and door people in town - and most nights its staffed with punk kid promoters who think that they create a hot night by treating everyone with disdain. And this place has a generally terrible looking crowd. Tons of older married men. 40+ year old scary Beverly Hills botoxed women whose faces are falling apart from too much work. A lot of young seedy guys that seem like they might be Russian or Persian mafia. A ton of classless girls with too tight of dresses and who don't possess the intellect to realize that they're face just isn't as pretty as they think it is. And every time I've left the place, there are people throwing up just outside. Literally, all 5 times. And 4 of the 5 times, it was a "Snookie" looking girl with a designer yet hideous tube top dress and a friend with an overly nasal voice holding her hair - different girl each time, but the same type. The other time it was some dude with a no tie, wide open, big collared club shirt on and suit. There is nothing redeeming to the place - I'd say the smoking patio, which is nice, except for the fact it has Bar 210's crowd mucking it up. Expensive parking, expensive drinks, people who (try as they might) can't buy style, rude door people, egotistical and rude promoters, a decor that is boring, an atmosphere that wears out its welcome in 15 minutes, and honestly, I saw better looking people getting turned away at the door than in the club (partly because of idiotic promoters who have no idea who anyone is and turned away a director that I recognized) And the door is a pain, even when you know the promoters. If you're a good looking, well dressed, successful guy with a good attitude, and an impressive business car, you'll still likely get turned away, even with a girl on your shoulder, and even if you're a guest at the hotel. (And you'll get turned away after paying exorbitant parking and being treated like crap by early 20 year old brats who are full of themselves) Meanwhile, you'll see packs unattractive 22 year old males with nothing of note on their resume and sporting bad Melrose-bought club clothes getting whisked in by their promoter buddies left and right. Okay, I've wasted enough breath. Put this place out of its misery.
BAR 210 IS HORRIBLE. Rude staff, rude bouncers. if you don't have a bottle service forget about getting in. Their 2010 halloween event was BS! they oversold tickets online and didn't let anyone in at the door! they didn't give a sh*t if you already had your ticket. They only let people in who got their $50000 bottle service! bouncers kept on cussing and pushing the crowd. it was the worst experience of my life!
Sexy and Upscale!!! Get on the guest list free today!!!. Bar 210 is a classy, ritzy, upscale bar and club (the club used to be called Plush). It is located in the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills. It attracts a beautiful, classy crowd with some celebs. It is one of the hottest clubs right now. It opened only 6 months ago in late Feb 2010. Tough door policy. For guestlist for bottle service contact paradiseguestlists@gmail. com
awesome club have a blast night.. Hey guys!! Very true…we had great fun here as it was my type of crowd. Sexy and a bit dark with such a romantic pieces of couples dancing under disco lights. It was awesome where I did not have to wait for a drink for hours and I really loved the place. I am going this Saturday night with my friends as I found the best place to hang out.
Rude. I had spoken to a person named skarlett over the phone making reservation for dinner and drinks for my birthday on a saturday night. upon arriving there for the first time with 6 other individuals I was told that I did not have any reservations. the person in the front did not even try to accomadate us and after calling the owner named DAN and explained what had happened he did not even apologize. Dan stated that he does not know why skarlet lied and did not follow through with her job. this should be enough that they just lost business from all of my friends who all practice at UCLA hospital and hope from your also.
Discrimination at its best. We went out for a good time & were overtly discriminated against. I have NEVER played the race card & last night I was discriminated against because I'm not caucasian. Caucasians are the only ones chosen by the rude, racist, pathetic doorman called "D". Even a non-caucasian man who paid for a table was treated rudely, told "I'll get to you when I get to you", & made to wait while caucasian people -without a table were allowed in. When we finally got the point that no Hispanics, Persians, Asians, or African Americans would be allowed in -we left. Then "D" had the audacity to insult my semi-chunky friend & call her a "fat ass". RIDICULOUS. A bum loser who unclicks a velvet rope for a living gets off on treating ppl like crap. Little does he know he was dealing with a group of professional women unwillling to tolerate blatant dicrimination & disrespect. I am taking action as a result of this & will take steps in the hope that establishments such as this one will either stop its discriminatory practices or cease to operate.
Guest List Gurlz. This place is brand new and very sharp. I wasn't so sure at first what to think of the location, being in beverly hills and all but it seems like that's worked out in its advantage so far. It's definitely a very exclusive spot, so the door is a little tough but I'm sure this place will only grow in popularity. It's a great getaway from Hollywood while still getting a taste of the scene.
Worst experience! Bad customer service!. I never had such a bad night life experience in Los Angeles. I expected an upscale service, but at the end my saturday night was ruined. Customer serves are on "0" level, people who work there are very rude, security by name Ricky acted like a racist... There are thousand other good spots in L.A I'll never go there and never recommend this place to anyone...even to my enemies:)))
Citysearch Editorial Review. Located in the old Trader Vic's space inside the Beverly Hilton, Bar 210 and Plush are actually two different bars in one space. Bar 210 is the front lounge (open Mon-Sat) portion and serves up cocktails and appetizers from former Top Chef contestant Marcel Vigneron. Think inventive small plates such as tuna tartare served in a cone with avocado, banana and coconut milk powder. The larger adjacent lounge Plush (open only Friday and Saturday evenings) is the "club" portion of the 7000-square-foot room--featuring slick sconces, ball-chain curtains, low-slung couches backlighted by changing LED mood lights and snakeskin ottomans. The entire room feels sexy and appropriately Vegas glam (purple and gold are the main colors here). Drink prices are not cheap, but this is Beverly Hills, after all. No one seems to be complaining. Bar 210 is an fun post-work spot to snag a cocktail and a bite (similar fare as what one might expect from XIV or SLS's Bazaar). Plush is the spot for late night flirting on the patio as DJs play the latest Top 40, hip-hop and house on a top-tier sound system. .