Ok, hats off to Sherlocks. They have been around since I first started going out dancing in the late 1970's, and this is still my favorite place to dance. The crowd varies from night to night, but seems to draw people over 30, so if you are looking for a place to dance in a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere, Sherlocks is it. Service is consistently good, and the lighting is great. This little club is laid out perfectly, with seating a little bit above and around the dance floor. The music is a mix of hip hop, line dances like cupid shuffle and spanky leg, old rock n roll, country and western, something for everyone. You will see people here in everything from jeans to suits. I have checked out the various dance clubs in Okc, and the techno music or top 40 stuff is not for me. You will always find some good music here. Some nights they are full, sometimes is is a smaller crowd, just depends. Ladies nights Sunday Tues Wed Thurs get in free, which is a great deal. They still do the Gator, which is great fun to watch. Come once and you will be hooked.
Omg... What a change! First the good The sound and lighting is great. The furniture is all new with the same look. BIGGEST change for me was the ladies bathroom. The last time I was there a year ago, you didn't dare touch anything in the bathroom. Now it's spotless and updated plus tons of girlie options like hand soaps & hair spray etc. actually rivals the nicer bathrooms I've seen at fancy restaurants. (Well, close anyhow.) the change was astonishing. The staff was friendly & prompt. I have to say high five to the new management for a job well done!! Now for the BAD.. The very first thing I noticed walking in was a horrible mildew smell. Not sure what is the cause but wow! I'd given a complete five stars if I wasn't overwhelmed by that smell walking in. Other then that its a great place and lots of fun!!!!
Warning: entrees OR appetizers. You cannot finish both! Taking your entree home isn't bad, but you'll be full before it even arrives. We had the Seviche, which would serve 2-4 people, and the creamy Queso with chips. Both were incredibly good and all four of us had to bring our dinners home. The Cuban dishes are done exactly as they should be...the stuffed pork and shredded beef were our choices. Our servers were friendly, knew the menu, and unobtrusively kept our glasses and chip bowls (regretably) full. There were only 2 other parties in the glass-walled dining room when we arrived, and the room filled up while we ate, but the noise never seemed overwhelming like it can in some places (Chili's). We had a great meal in a comfortable, non-fussy atmosphere and will definitely be back!