5701 W Adams Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90016
Over the past 10 years I have patronized Danny's Warehouse. Recently I have been dissatisfied with their customer service. The current personnel is unwilling to answer questions and are not knowledgeable of the stock and terminology of dance attire. My biggest complaint is that their posted hours are not reliable. As a working dancer, I get last minute calls for auditions and substitute teaching engagements. Danny's would be an ideal choice because of the large assortment of dance wear but, on two separate occasions, after calling ahead to confirm the hours, I arrived about 10 minutes prior to closing only to find the door locked and my time wasted.
I need to be able to rely on posted hours and I am unable to do so for Danny's Warehouse. I have called several times to inform the store owner of this issue and yet it remains unresolved. I refuse to shop at a business where customer concerns are discarded. I will not shop here again.
10/03/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I love this place, but you have to set aside some time to sort through all the bins and sections. The prices are amazing, but as one should expect, its because there isn't a lot of staff to help you out. But if you're just taking a beginning class and need a cheap leotard or pair of shoes this is the place for you. However, you should know what size shoe you need. I've found great knit sweaters and leggings that would have cost me four times more at least at other ""discount"" dance wear stores, and sometimes shoes that even my dance teacher wanted to go down there and get a pair. It's a great place for t-shirts, dance bags, skirts, leggings and sweats as well. Just be prepared to spend some time looking for the stuff.
03/11/2009Provided by Citysearch -
This place was recommended to me by my community college tap dance teacher. Danny himself was working there when I arrived closed to closing. He was very helpful in quickly narrowing down my choices.
The place was in a bit of disarray, so his help was definitely needed. He also helped to steer me towards the ""ugly"" (my words) but better shoes. I left feeling slightly dissatisfied until I found out a classmate bought equally ugly shoes for $55.
Bottom line, you really can't beat $10 for tap shoes.