International Discotheque Adventures: 002
Le Vu’ Discotheque
Lately I have been on a real tear of enjoying the more chic discotheque scene. I previously wrote an article on Audio SF (Formerly known as Audio Discotech), which we are going to call International Discotheque Adventures: 001 (even though that wasn’t the original title) for all intents and purposes. My idea is to go to every discotheque I can and do reviews on them as I travel a lot so you guys know where, when, and what to check out!
This time around I am in Dallas, Texas and went to Le Vu` Discotheque, which is located at 2505 Pacific Avenue. When I arrived I have to say I was quite surprised as there were more expensive cars than they have at a Mercedes or BMW car lot. From Lamborghini’s to Maserati’s, my jaw fell to the ground almost.
The Dirty Details
After getting out of the car at valet (which does cost $10, but is very convenient) I entered the club down a set of stairs at the door where I was greeted by the Manager/VIP Host, who has to be one of the nicest people I have ever met who works for a club. Right next to the staircase is an outdoor patio where you can hang out, listen to music, and smoke for those of you who enjoy it! In front of the staircase as you walk in is a pretty decent sized square bar that you can order from any side of with very helpful bartenders. A little bit of dancing room on each side of the bar as you start heading towards the DJ booth. There are VIP tables on both sides of the club, pretty much from the bar to the DJ booth for those of you who are trying to get fancy! Right before you hit the dance floor in the middle of the club there were two beautiful ladies dancing on a raised platform for our entertainment. The dance floor itself holds around 300 people comfortably. Once you make it to the DJ booth, it is pretty compact as you can walk 360 degrees around it as there is another bar located directly behind the booth. This is a good spot to take a breather/cool off if you don’t want to go outside as it is less crowded. Last but not least, as it seems to be a theme here, you can walk around either side of the back bar where you will find the restrooms. The crowd was classy and kind for the most part, which came as quite a surprise to me as there are a lot of BROS these days.
So I realize that this is a club review but the show was so amazing I can not write this article without talking about it. This was a Galaxy Disco set put on by Kill Frenzy and Destructo. I have to say I am a little biased as I have seen Destructo twice in the past month and a half but the shows he puts on are UNMATCHED (And if you don’t like ‘Higher’ by him, you must be insane). Not only has his own sub genre G House or what some may call Booty House, he brings so much energy to the club including his SHIP FAM fan base which are always a blast to hang out with. From the time Kill Frenzy came on until the time when the lights came on and Destructo was STILL playing, everyone was dancing their pants off. This is a spot I wouldn’t miss if I were you. I am even going to add a free download of Wax Motif and Destructo’s latest remix of YG’s My N***A, enjoy.
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