A Place for people over 30..
Well, This is my first night out in Charlotte in a while.We wanted to be in a club atomaoshere.I've only been to bars here.N-E-Ways, we paid $10 parking and of course the admission.It was so not worth the money spent.We stayed for a few drinks and left.There's nothing worse than watching older people get freaky while dancing,lets face it .it's not sexy.Bottom line:It wasnt my cup of tea and I will never go back.
Good fun in Charlotte!.
Due the 80's environment it seems to be a more pleasant experience. I don't like clubs where people are hanging on each other. It is a more relaxed atmosphere and the music is great. On occasion, groups of people will come to the club decked out in all 80's gear! It's so awesome!
My only complaint really is that everytime you go they repeatedly play a scene from the movie Fast Times at Ridgemont High. That 30 second clip gets annoying after the first time it's played...it's repeated for about 3 mins. So, I'm sorry, but Phoebe Cates chest isn't that great.
Brush up on your dance moves and take a trip back in time.. The Scene From Rick Springfield and Prince to Def Leppard and Madonna, this scene is totally '80s. As the DJ spins new wave, punk, rap and heavy metal hits, find a place on the dance floor among the crowd of hot, sweaty bodies. Take a break and retreat to the first level lounge with one of the refreshing specialty cocktails, like the "Superfreak" or "Top Gun." A true reflection of the decade of excess, the club is filled with various memorabilia, including framed vinyl records, thematic booths, and a Madonna clone gyrating in a cage above the dance floor.
The Draw Charlotte's only all-'80s dance club features three levels of fun, and bartenders that aim to please. Specials are featured throughout the week, including New Wave Thursdays and "Girls Just Want to Have Fun" Fridays.