Lower South End
Staff could be friendlier, most likely because it is one of the very few options in town and very crowded. Overall, venues are weak here compared to other cities. Skip Charlotte for Atlanta and DC because the sub-par nightlife choices make it a bad place to be for single LGBTQ professionals. The LGBTQ community here is less active even compared to smaller cities like Raleigh and even Asheville. Southern oppression is alive and well here and people are still in hiding. They are afraid to demand more from what should be a world class city.
Good people. Lots of fun. Good drinks. Can't wait for the shows to return
Argon - went there Friday night and I really had a good time. This place is a chill local bar vibe kinda spot. They did not have any food being served or a food truck outside either. Not sure because of covid or that's just their thing.. Has a back patio as well. This place is big enough to hold events tho there were none the night I visited. The bartender guy with grey hair (ofcourse I forgot his name, sorry dude) is by far the sweetest, most patient guy ever. My drinks were super. Very friendly patrons as well. All in all a safe and happy space for a fun night. Rr - clean, well maintained and no, there aren't separate rr for men and women like at other establishments. I'm going to grab a sandwich before I go there next time.
Food is like a restaurant in Louisville I liked.
It was cute. I enjoyed the trivia. Would've like to see more women.