This place is horrible, STAY AWAY!!!!
I was very disappointed to say the least. I had visited the little hole in the wall twice, while in STL. Both times the food and service was nice. On my third visit to STL, of course, I went to Playboys. I took my niece who was also visiting from out of town. Also another niece met us at Playboys. In total I spent $60 for food and drinks. We both (the niece that arrived with me) ordered buffalo fish. As my niece started to eat her fish, she pulled it a part to find mostly crispy hollow skin and dark grey fish flesh. We pointed this out to the waitress, who went and got the owner. This is where things really went downhill, the owner was highly intoxicated, accused my niece of eating the food and lying in a loud drunken voice. the owner put her hands in my niece's plate yelling profanity. She then walked away only to come back to the table, all the while my niece and I were in a brief state of shock. the owner continued acting like a drunk and yelling profanity at us. I quickly realized there was no way that I could making sense of a drunk. It was unbelievable!!!!!!!!! I told my nieces to lets go now. The patrons were also shock and a few of them left. Perhaps the owner is accustom to people trying to get a free meal, however, my niece and I were in town to bury her only brother. We had been running around all day, hungry and I recommended Playboys as a nice place to get a good meal. Clearly I made a bad choice. I will never patronize this hole in the wall ever again, BAD FISH, BAD CUSTOMER SERVICE, and a DRUNK ENDUCED OWNER. STL at it's WORST. Based on my experience, I rate this hole in the wall a negative one star.
Good atmosphere... people are friendly... but in terms of karaoke... the bar was often too packed with people. I was left desiring more turns!
I agree with stlguy11. If you bring your friends, you will definitely have fun night. But DJs are kinda out-of-date...
Very racist .My husband was identified out of nowhere as having grabbed a waitress's behind and was put out. This was completely out of no where as we were enjoying ouselves on the dance floor when security came and pointed at him and was like "hey guy come w/ me".. I'm not opposed to protecting waitresses, however, my husband was with me or our group the entire time we were in there and was not witnessed by anyone else as having sexually harassed anyone. There were only 2% blacks in the club and my group was the largest of those. While I hate to pull the race card, it's hard to think that my husband wasn't identified as the perpetrator because of his ethnicity, whether it was his hair (dreadlocks) or his skin color that had him improperly identified. When asked if his accuser could come out and identify him, we were denied. We were also denied the description of the male assailant. While it may have been an innocent mistake, I'm hard pressed to think it's anything other than racial discrimination. I am definitely in no rush to feel discriminated against, or to waste my money where I'm not wanted so we won't return.. If you are any type of minority, I'd avoid this establishment at all cost. You're likely to get incorrectly accused of defiling the honor the waitresses, dancing too hard, being too drunk , or any excuse to get minorities out of their establishment.