Responding to Sally.
I have always heard that the best form of advertisement is word of mouth. But what do you do when your best form of advertisement starts to attack you??
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Don't Walk, RUN.... AWAY.
Only giving one star because I have to. I too would give less than one star if I could.
Everything the previous poster stated is TRUE. Let me add a few things....
The turnover in staff there is truly amazing. Every time I have to go there I ask if one of the VERY FEW bartenders that I actually can stand is still around and it never fails, they are always gone. Seems the good ones figure out how awful it is there and take off immediately.
The majority of the staff is either incredibly rude or has no clue how to bartend. I'm not talking about whether they can make a hurricane or Old Fashioned from memory.... I'm talking about their mannerisms. The way they act. How they treat people. They're either snotty and rude or shy and can't hold a conversation to save their lives.
The owner, a trashy older lady, is quite possibly the most unprofessional business owner I've ever met. Drinks are MORE expensive on weekend nights? Save your money and hit up Double Bubble on a Fri or Sat night at Paulie's down the street!! On top of her bad business practices, I've heard her, on more than one occasion, tell her staff that if she's there after 5 not to bother her bc she's "off the clock" yet she continues to order drinks from them all night and doesn't bother to leave a tip. I've also hear her YELL at an employee in front of the 5 or 6 people who were paying to come in and relax with a cocktail.
Just don't go there. It's not worth it. You'll waste a bunch of money in a place you're bound to be bored to death at and you'll leave wondering why you just paid $9 for a pitcher of beer, rude staff, and an unprofessional "business woman."
Most terrible place ever.
I wish I could give this a negative star rating. It requires me to put at least 1 star so that's what you get.
This is the most terrible place you could possibly go in West Allis - and that's saying something.
The staff is rude and unprofessional. They charge entirely too much for drinks and what's worse is their drink prices change as the night goes on! Something starts at $6 - then the next time it's $6.50 - then the next time it's $7. Tall rail drinks can be $9! This is not Chicago!
Don't open a bar tab there - they'll run your card for $50 'just to make sure' you have enough money on it... what bar does that? And they don't even tell you they're going to.
What they also don't tell you is that they have a $20 minimum on a bar tab which is not posted anywhere. The staff was so rude about this - bar manager told me he could run my card for $20 or I could go to the ATM and get out $20. When I asked him if he would refund the $2 his ATM just charged me because his staff didn't tell me about the minimum he said 'We don't do that' and plucked the $20 out of my hand to settle my bill.
I will never ever ever ever go back there and I recommend you do the same.
Local bands rock and friendly bartenders keep the drinks flowing at this popular Greenfield watering hole..
"Party bar" is scrawled on the awning above the entrance and for good reason. Offering everything from live rock music on Fridays and Saturdays to weekday DJs mixing it up for crowds of hard-drinking partiers, this spot is always hopping. For the non-music crowd, there are six TVs playing non-stop sports, pool tables and dart boards. The clientele is charmingly diverse, with business professionals rubbing elbows with college students and blue-collar workers.
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