No one else inside, dont go there.
There is no one inside. My friend and I went w/2 other women we met in S. Beach we were all coaxed into going by this guy that we met at the Clevelander. Looking back I think he works for Club Deep, we were the only ones there. We paid $10 to get in. They do have the aquarium in the floor which was filthy so we could barely see inside and there is a burned CD playing for music not an acutual DJ. The free drinks were well. It was a total waste of time. A total of 5 of us in there all night. DO NOT COME HERE. trust me you'll regret it if you do.
Not the classiest of places, but fun and reasonable.
Where else can you dance on an aquarium?? The club draws a low-key but upbeat crowd; its definitely not your Opium Garden kind of scene. But everyone there is friendly and the music is a mix btwn pop/rock/and hip-hop.
NOT WHAT IT USED TO BE ??.
I HEARD OF THIS CLUB AND DECIDED TO VISIT IT...NOT IMPRESSED...AT ALL. COMPARED TO OTHER CLUBS IN THE AREA. The dance floor is TINY !. The DJ that night ( every night ?) was playin really old songs. I requested one that was current and he told me he wont play it ! ? The club seems like it used to be the place to be before but unless you put yourself on the guest list and get in free.....save your money and go to another club.
Reeling in clubbers with a gimmick and keeping them with one of South Beach's hottest hip-hop scenes.. In Short See sharks, bottom feeders and other aquatic life up close at the only club with a dance floor on top of a 2,000-gallon aquarium. DJs spin hip-hop and R&B every night and Power 96 radio transmits live every Friday and Sunday. Women get free drinks every Friday night from 10pm to 2am; men get freebies until 11pm. Bottle service is available in the VIP lounge (at $125 for four people) and private parties are welcome.