enough pockets to request bottle service -- which ranges from $150 for a
bottle of Vodka to $275 for some Dom Perignon. The second floor is
rather cramped, but the view down below of everyone is rather nice. If you
really fall in love with this bar, Trigger is also offering a Black
Card Membership which entitles you to a private entrance, bottle
service, and a $200 gift card for the club (kinda like store credit).
words: unisex bathrooms. If you are scared of the opposite gender, this
bathroom will not cater to your privacy needs. Even though a small sign
indicating which side is for which gender hangs on the stalls, I'm
predicting a free thrall once people are sufficiently wasted. The
bathrooms also showcase some state of the art hand dryers that might be
difficult to comprehend when inebriated (they're that new).
the upside, Trigger's smoking patio is something to boast about. Kind of like the former Bar On Castro's smoking patio but bigger with better
ventilation. The patio looks out onto Market Street and provides
serious amounts of seating, eliminating claustrophobia.
regretfully inform you that the dance floor, if that's what it's
considered, is too small. A hula-hooping extraordinaire managed to hit
a few bystanders in the face. The structure and layout of the venue is
more conducive to boozing and schmoozing rather than dancing. The invite-only
night may or may not be representative of what crowd will dominate the
venue, but Thursday night indicated an older gay crowd.
but not least, Trigger's happy hour also offers food: dips, skewers of
sorts, nachos, and spring rolls are among the list. Happy hour begins
at 4p.m. and ends at 10 p.m.
Personal Bias: An elegant night of free food and drinks. Bronstein and his team know how to host an evening.
Random Detail: This place is handicap-accessible with an elevator that can transport you between the first and second floors.
By the Way: The only weekly club night so far is Gloss Magazine Sundays.