Sumaira Flower

Sumaira Flower

December 31, 2010

Happy New Year!

I have to be honest, New Years is definitely NOT my favorite holiday, BUT, I know tonight will be a fabulous time which you can count on reading about tomorrow.

A general round-up of my 2010: it was not one of the best years for sure, HOWEVER, I did graduate from Boston University which I would recognize as a great accomplishment and I got an awesome job which will really take me a long way. Even though this year kind of sucked, I am taking something valuable from each and every shitty event - a lesson. I feel wiser and more mature. Unfortunately, sometimes it takes going through rough times to gain these priceless personality traits.

2011 is going to be a fabulous year. My inner Flower, aka my intuition, is already telling me to keep my chin up and maintain positivity because 2011 belongs to me. Big things are going to happen - I hope that not only for myself, but for everyone. Here is to a promising upcoming year. Happy New Year to everyone all over the world. BE SAFE! xoxo.

PS. If I could celebrate New Years Eve anywhere in the world right now, it would be Dubai!

December 29, 2010

TopShop in Boston

TOPSHOP... Boston wants nothing more than for you to open a store in this wealthy, young, fashionista-infested city! I promise you will profit beyond belief here. I say we get rid of Urban Outfitters on Newbury Street and get one of these! YAY or NAY?

December 27, 2010

On an Aside... [WTF!?]


As a result of being bored on a snow day, I came across something very disturbing while browsing PerezHilton. Word has it that Hugh Hefner, 84, has proposed to his girlfriend Crystal Harris, 24, of 2 years. Wait, WHAT? That girl is effing 60 years younger than him! She can actually be his grand daughter. Now, I am the last person to judge age difference, but there is a freakin' limit. 60 years is plain DISGUSTING! What do they even talk about?

December 26, 2010

Blow Me Blizzard!

Unless you've been hibernating, then you are already well aware of this awful blizzard that has hit the Northeast. In the recent years, meteorologists have pretty much always been completely off with their weather predictions, so naturally, when I heard a blizzard was going to hit, I was like "YEAH RIGHT!"
I went to New York this weekend to spend some quality time with my family. My original plans were to leave this afternoon (Sunday) so that I could make it back to Boston in time and not be exhausted for work tomorrow. As soon as I saw the flurries flurrying down in Brooklyn, I was like "SHIIIITTTTT...I need to bounce!" I hopped on the subway [for the 2nd time in my life] and jetted to Chinatown.

First of all, Chinatown is like a foreign country in New York City. You tend to forget you're still in Manhattan. Secondly, I had to race through the snowy, slippery sidewalks of Canal St. to make the noon bus at Fung Wah. Yeah, I took the Fung Wah Bus, whatever.

Obviously, I missed the 12 o'clock bus but was able to get on the 12:30 one. Long story short, it took 8 miserable hours to get back to Boston. I was swamped in between obese people who were chowing down on their fast foods the whole ride down. I was nauseous, cranky, and my butt was hurting. In total, my trip back was ABSOLUTELY NIGHTMARISH! Lesson to be learned, trust meteorologists sometimes...and plan in advance.

There was once a time when snow used to bring the happiest moments in my childhood. Now, it's just annoying, inconvenient, and completely overrated.

However, I am pleased that find out that I do not have to go into work tomorrow. My body has a whole day to recover. Now, I will be enjoying the rest of my evening drinking my wine, eating delicious Thai food, and watching episodes of Sex and the City. Sounds as close to perfection as I can get to right now in this weather condition.

Hope everyone is relaxing, keeping warm, and enjoying being snowed in. Ciao!

December 25, 2010

Merry Christmas!

A very merry Christmas to everyone celebrating! Hope everyone received what they wished for from Santa! xoxo Peace.and.Love.
P.S. I have already watched The Christmas Story twice today. Never gets old. LOVE Ralphie!


December 21, 2010

Beacon Hill Athletic Club, Greater Boston Area

In particular, I was looking for a facility with dance classes and what not. Surprisingly, Beacon Hill Athletic Club is affordable and has wonderful classes to offer and it's only 5 minutes away from my place! Tonight, I took advantage of the Zumba class, instructed by a hot tamale named Ketty. Boy did she kick my ass and I liked it! I left the class feeling empowered and ready get back into shape. Her soulful dance routines made me feel like a member of Eddie Torres Latin Dance Company!

I highly recommend this Zumba instructor for anyone looking to lose weight while having a blast at the sam time. And, I also recommend Beacon Hill Athletic Club to anyone in Boston looking for a solid gym without paying a fortune.

Theme Song: La Camisa Negra by Juanes

December 16, 2010

On an aside...

While I agree that Mark Zuckerberg has made an undeniable impact and change in people of the world's lives and definitely deserves this recognition, I can't help but instantly be sketched out by this...

HOW CREEPY IS THIS COVER!?
At least give the guy some CHAPSTICK. Just sayin...

December 12, 2010

District Lounge, Leather District


Last night, a large group of friends and I went to the District Lounge in the Leather District close to Chinatown. We had a great, belligerent time because there was dancing, music was great, drinks were flowing, and obviously our crew is always the life of the party! As usual, my other 1/2 Lauren and I were shamelessly lip-synching and grooving to the Top 40 Jams as if we were in the music video.

PLUSES: Great drinks. Good music. Bumpin' & Grindin'. Crowd was a lil G so almost everyone had some sweet moves. Ample space to dance.

MINUSES: Cab BS. $15 cover that is "donated." One of the bouncers is kind of mean.

On the whole, we had a FABULOUS time celebrating graduation. I recommend District Lounge to anyone looking to go out dancing with a fun, unpretentious crowd without going to a club.

A special shout out to my dear sister who traveled all the way from New Jersey [LOL] to celebrate this joyous occasion with me. It was her first time hanging out in Boston and I am pretty sure I have convinced her to move here!

Theme Song: Sassy (Ultraviolet Sound Remix) by Kat Graham.

December 09, 2010

On an aside...

As a native of New Jersey, I have to admit - I LOVE watching Jersey Shore! And, my mood just got heightened with news of Season 3 airing on January 6th! However, I am kind of sad that Angelina isn't coming back - I loved hating her. Oh well. Interesting to see if and how Miss Deena Nicole fits in.

PS. Vinny's tweets are the cutest!

FOREVER 21 is coming to Boston!


From my first arrival in Boston up until now, I have always wondered how and why it is possible that there is no Forever 21 in the city. Forever 21 caters to one of Boston's major demographics- COLLEGE FASHIONISTAS who love to have the look for less!

Anyway, I can't believe it's taken this long, but Forever 21 is FINALLY on its way! I passed the construction on my way home on Newbury Street.

It's going to be located at 343 Newbury Street, where the parking garage was, right next to Urban Outfitters. Expect for it to be busy all the time like the H&M on Newbury Street. Kind of funny how a parking garage became Forever 21. Can't wait! XOXO

December 08, 2010

A Special Message to the Mark Zuckerberg Wannabe...

It's my last week in college and I am swamped with a 20-page research paper and studying for final exams. I was totally in the zone until I was notified that my photo, as well as a few of my friends', appeared on a website called www.RateBU.com. Apparently, the site takes one of your profile pictures [you must be a female] and site visitors can rate and also compare you to the photo adjacent to yours.

First of all, this is a complete INVASION OF PRIVACY. Just because I have put my photos on Facebook for my friends to see, does not mean that I am giving permission for my photos to be placed anywhere on the net.

Second, this is absolutely DEGRADING & DISGUSTING. No one should be rated, compared, or publicly scrutinized like this. Everyone is beautiful in their own way and this can do some serious emotional damage to someone on the site.

Last, this has made me rethink what I want to reveal about myself on Facebook in addition to seriously putting my profile on lockdown. Since Facebook is growing and expanding its services, I think I should have done this anyway and recommend to anyone who cares about their privacy, to do the same.

Finally Justin Doody, I am sure you will be sued left and right. This is not even original. You're just a poser from The Social Network. Enjoy paying for your stupidity for the rest of your life.

December 07, 2010

On an aside...

I bought this ADORABLE keychain from the Converse store on Newbury Street today! Only 6 bucks for this precious little Chuck Taylor Could be a great stocking stuffer! ;)

And yes, I am chowing down on some Haagen-Dazs at 11 pm...

Friends and Family Event @ Lord & Taylor, Prudential Center




When I was ready to checkout, the sweet Lancome sales associate told me to wait until Thursday because I would save an additional 10% for a Friends & Family event and she would hold the box with goodies for me. Naturally, I was like sweet! See ya Thursday. Then she was like, "you know since you're so close to spending $100, I'll give you our other gift that you would get for spending $100 here." My reaction, "IIGHT! Show me what ya got!" haha just kidding I wasn't acting that g but you know what I mean, I was wicked excited. Not to mention she said she would throw in some extra stuff for me.

So long story short, for $75 I got...
6 lipsticks
5 Juicy tubes
3 mascaras
2 eye make-up removers
1 eyeliner
1 blush
1 blush brush & 1 eyeshadow brush
eye cream and serum
6 eyeshadows
1 giant make-up box [which I REALLY need!]
1 black tote [I'll take this to work]
1 toiletries travel bag
& a huge ass smile on my face!
(Needless to say, I do not have to buy make-up for a longggg time!)

The Friends & Family event begins on Thursday and ends on Tuesday. You get 10% off of all cosmetics and perfumes and 25% off the rest of the store. HAPPY SHOPPING FOLKS! Ciao...

December 05, 2010

Whiskey Park @ The Park Plaza Hotel PART 2

Last night we went to Whiskey Park for Lauren's birthday. Just like the first time, it was so much fun!

A special shout out to promoter Jeff Raymond, who worked so hard to make sure that Lauren and her friends were taken care of and fully enjoyed their time at Whiskey Park.

Since I already reviewed the place, atmosphere, and drinks previously, I don't want to bore you all with the same schpeel all over again. But I will highlight some ANNOYING events from the evening.

Overall, we all had a blast. HOWEVER, I will use my blog as a platform to announce that it is NOT COOL to intrude on other people's parties and mooch off their booze. [As seen in the photo] Second, that crazy Masshole bitch who was getting physical with my friends outside of the club over a NY vs. Boston vs. Miami debate, get a life loser. I hope she was blackout drunk because I pity her if she's like that on a normal basis. It is so un-classy & trashy for women to behave in such manner. Third, why is it so difficult to get a cab in Boston at 2 am! There should be an abundance of them out. That is freakin' peak time!

In any case, Whiskey Park did not disappoint. Great drinks, fantastic ambience, fist-pumping music, and of course most important, fabulous company. I have to be cocky and say that my group of girlfriends at the party were THE sexiest at the club especially the birthday girl. We were the ultimate divas on the loose. Just sayin' ;) I love Whiskey Park and I will definitely be back here more often! Just one piece of advice, relocate your washroom! Ciao Boston. TTYL xoxo
Theme Song: Hey Hey by Dennis Ferrer

December 04, 2010

M.A.C @ Saks Fifth Avenue, Prudential Center


First, I want to wish my best friend Lauren a very very happy birthday. For this joyous occasion, Lauren and I got our make-up done. We opted for none other than M.A.C at Saks Fifth Avenue just because they are the best of the best in this craft.

Now I have gotten my make-up done before plenty of times because I suck at doing it myself, but I have NEVER been as pleased as I am this evening. Stephanie Grodin, my make-up artist, was phenomenal! She is an absolute perfectionist! She took her time and made sure that everything was symmetrical and flawless. Stephanie listens to you and takes into consideration what look you're going for, what you're comfortable with, colors, techniques etc. before she meticulously goes to town.

Stephanie Grodin is also a freelance make-up artist. So, if you've got a special occasion coming up, I highly recommend her! You can see from the before and after photos below how she made me go from gross to GLAM! Trust me, I am the first person to admit that I am nothing without make-up. She proved that to me once again today HAHA and I am totally okay with that because now I feel like a DIVA once again!

I have only talked about Stephanie, but I will say, I have always been 110% satisfied with any M.A.C make-up artist. They are truly very talented.

December 02, 2010

On an aside...

So, I was looking through pictures on PerezHilton.com and came across Jessica Simpson's photos from Thanksgiving this year in New York City. Ok, I knew she gained some weight, and it happens - my weight fluctuates all the time. But OMG! I was in disbelief! I could not believe that this was the same Jessica Simpson washing cars in skimpy shorts a few years ago. She looks like a completely different person. It's not like she's obese but I guess when you align pictures from a few years ago to now [like I obnoxiously did below] you just can't help but wonder, WHAT THE HELL HAPPENED and WHAT IS SHE EATING!?

December 01, 2010

Happy Hanukkah!

Wishing everyone celebrating a joyous, healthy, & luminous Hanukkah!

P.S. I wish Whitey & Eleanor were real.
P.S.S. Stay tuned. Many exciting entries coming this weekend...

What's on your wish list for Hanukkah?

November 23, 2010

On an aside...

Jonathan Jacob, an aspiring young filmmaker, a Spielberg in the making, and most importantly one of my oldest/dearest friends, is releasing his forthcoming documentary Burgerlution in May of 2011. Check out his awesome blog for information, updates, interviews, and photos! Ciao!


P.S. Even though I am a Pescatarian, I am really excited to watch this!

November 22, 2010

Giveaway Winner!

I am back and happy to announce that the winner of last week's give away is....
Carolina Cromeyer! Congratulations!
Have a wonderful long weekend everyone and don't forget to thank those who deserve to be thanked!

Stay tuned for next week's great giveaway. XOXO

November 18, 2010

Sayonara Suckers!

I am off to California for the weekend. I hope to come back with a lot of fun stories. Don't miss me too much! XOXO

November 16, 2010

T.M.I But Useful! Perhaps NSFW...

Patience is truly a virtue.

Today, I started my morning by going to Total Skin Care located at 1028 Commonwealth Avenue in Allston. What did I do there? Well, I don't think there's any other way to say it but, I got a Brazilian wax for the first time in my life.

I was obviously very scared and lost some sleep over the ordeal. Even though it is EXCRUCIATINGLY painful (especially the first time), I have to say the worst part is the anticipation and the best part is Barbara.
In any case, I had heard about Barbara of Total Skin Care from a lot of my friends. I heard nothing but wonderful things, so naturally, when I knew I wanted to do this, I decided to go with the famous Barbara. When I say she is hilarious, I mean she is so funny that I was scared I was going to pee from laughing when she was waxing me, which would have been absolutely horrifying!

Barbara makes a conscious effort to make you feel comfortable. I have never had a woman touch or look at me down there except for my mom, so at first I was really uneasy. By the end of it however, I was walking around in the buff. HAHA not quite, but you get my point. She completed the job with finesse. Not to mention, she spent as much time as I needed. Normally, a Brazilian appointment is no more than 30 minutes, but she spent 1.5 hours with me! (Yeah, I know, I'm a wuss...) I don't think too many other aestheticians would do that. She took breaks with me when I needed them. She never got frustrated even though I shrieked the F bomb every time she pulled. In fact, she screamed with me! We chatted about our lives. We laughed. We just had a lovely morning together haha.

Seriously though, I don't think I will ever want to go to anyone else after this. She is clearly an connoisseur in her field. I recommend her to EVERYONE - male, female, newbie, or pro. Yes, it was painful, but it was fun. I will definitely not be as scared for the next time and actually will be looking forward to chatting it up with her again. One piece of advice that I probably should have done: take an Advil an hour before you go...might alleviate the pain somewhat... Ciao!

P.S. I feel like I am 5 years old if ya know what I mean ;) Thanks Barbara!

November 15, 2010

Giveaway of the Week!


GUCCI. PRADA. DAVID YURMAN. RAY BAN.

Sounds fabulous doesn't it? This week's giveaway is a $100 gift card to Newton Optica. Newton Optica carries designer frames and sunglasses and contact lenses. For more information on Dr Vilkomir, the optical shop, and the array of services offered, you can visit http://www.newtonoptica.com

Trivia Question: What are the 2 types of lenses best for impact protection?

Congratulations to Arielle who is the winner of last week's giveaway! Email me at
sumairaa724@yahoo.com to redeem your gift certificate! Good luck and I hope
everyone participates in this great giveaway!

November 14, 2010

Jillians, Fenway

Last night, a group of my friends and I went to Jillians in the Fenway Park area. Now, I usually don't do the casual bars, BUT I really liked this place!

Jillians is HUGE! I hate going to tiny, crowded places. I always feel like a turtle for some reason. Not only is Jillians a fun bar with really cheap drinks, but it's also a bowling alley! I spent a total of $10 here last night and left pretty inebriated. Not too shabby. I wouldn't come here all the time, but once in a blue moon, when I feel like chilling out and drinking some Blue Moons, I would come here again.

It was pretty empty last night but I am sure it would be a lot of fun with more people there. The music was great (top 40's) and I was in great company. I recommend Jillians to anyone looking to have a casual, fun night out with a big group of friends or anyone who likes bowling! Ciao til next time! XOXO

Something Nerdy I Felt Like Doing Part 2...

Beautiful Boston in the Fall... so serene.



The Met Bar, Newbury Street

On Thursday night, my friends and I went to The Met Bar after we crashed a skin care party. The Met Bar is where the old Joe's American Grill used to be. The Met Bar is an infant in the city of Boston; it's only 2 weeks old. That's why I am not going to be too harsh on the place.

The Met Bar is obviously in a very good area. What could be better than being on Newbury Street? There are 2 floors you can choose from. If you would like to class it up a bit, you should go upstairs. We went downstairs of course. (If it was up to me, we would have went upstairs) Downstairs was very casual. Sports games surrounded me on 8 televisions. By now, you should all know that these f&*king sports games follow me wherever I go. Old guys were undressing us with their eyes - always fun. The drinks were nice and strong but I have to say, a little overpriced for the ambience. Not to mention, the bartender legit checked our ids for 2 minutes AND asked for multiple forms of back-up. I admit, I look like I am 12 but there is no way my license is a fake. Jersey ones are just too colourful to fake.

Overall, The Met Bar was so-so. I don't really want to give a final verdict on the place because a.) I was only there for 45 minutes and b.) it's only 2 weeks old. Before I can give a substantial analysis of this bar, I am going to have to go again (and upstairs next time).

November 09, 2010

On an aside...


In case you didn't already know, today marks the first day of Victoria's Secret's HUGE online sale. I'd like to mention in particular how ridiculously inexpensive the swimsuits are! I just bought three sets for $35! UNBELIEVABLE! (Clearly, I am way too excited) But I suggest to all whether you going on vacation or not in the near future, buy your swimsuits NOW while they're this low in price! Happy shopping!

P.S. Christmas is right around the corner...

P.S.S. Giselle's body makes me lose my appetite...

November 08, 2010

Giveaway of the Week!

LOSE YOUR ASS, NOT YOUR ASSETS!

Struggling to shed those few extra pounds? No problem! This week's giveaway is 1 1/2 hours of personal training + a free evaluation with Miss Brittany Cooper (a $200 value.) To find out more information about Brittany and her various services, please visit her website: http://brittanycooperg.com.

Brittany is situated in Boston and will drive to your home if needed for convenience.

Trivia Question: About how much of the body is made up of muscle mass on average? [Please provide separate percentages for male and females]

Good luck and congratulations to Faye Abdoly who is the winner of last week's giveaway! XOXO

November 07, 2010

The Mandarin Oriental


Last night, my friends and I attended a wedding reception at the grand ballroom of the beautiful Mandarin Oriental in the Prudential Center. Everything was absolutely exquisite! We all had a wonderful and belligerent time! The open bar was amazing, yet dangerous ;) Mario Papathansiou played our favorite jams while we all danced ostentatiously with one another. The best part by far was the fried food that was being served around 1:30 AM. Boy oh boy was that a delight at the time! Overall, a fabulous party. Congratulations to Keri & Stephan! BTW, Keri looked stunningly gorgeous in her timeless gown.

Theme Song: We No Speak Americano - Yolanda Be Cool & Dcup

November 06, 2010

BOND @ Langham Hotel, Post Office Square

Last night, a couple of my girlfriends wanted to go out for drinks, but none of us were in the mood to do anything too crazy. So we decided to go to BOND at the Langham Hotel in Post Office Square. Not only were we being extremely economical by deciding to take the T there, but we got on it for free! (It feels so amazing to get a free ride for a service that is overpriced anyway.)

I especially love going to BOND in the Fall/Winter because if there ever is a line to get in, it's always inside. You never have to freeze your tuchus off outside. Also, the coat check is complimentary which is always a plus!

The Langham Hotel itself is beautiful, but BOND is even more beautiful. Once you make it up the stairs, you are instantly wooed by how bewitching the place is. I appreciated the structure and design of BOND - the ceiling is really high, dark red and orange hues are splashed on the walls, mirrors are coming at you from every angle, glistening chandeliers are hanging from the ceiling, the seating arrangements are lovely, all creating a very sexy, dark ambience. You've heard me say this before but it is true, BOND is very Sex and the City-ish. In particular, I was reminded of Carrie's rehearsal dinner in the first SATC movie.

There was a Harvard Law School party going on, so the majority was pretty much talking to each other and not really mingling with strangers. We were totally fine with that as we bonded over our drinks and just enjoyed much needed girl time. In addition to the law kids, half of Kazakhstan's population were there, Jersey Shore cast member look-alikes (obviously, because they are EVERYWHERE now!), a sprinkling of handsome young Bostonian socialites (very few), and of course, the wannabe adulterous old men.

I think BOND is a great place to go for a girls night out. I definitely think it is a little bit underestimated because some people were dressed way too casually for this beautiful venue. I think that the music should have been more lounge-y. The washrooms are kind of inconveniently located - oh well. And OBVIOUSLY there was a TV with a football game on at the bar - what is with this stupid phenomenon!

I will definitely be coming back here again in the wintertime and that too, with more energy. The three of us were on the verges of falling asleep after each having one glass of the sweetest white wine in the house [ugh, we're getting old :(] Overall, I had a lovely and relaxing time here with my girlfriends. I highly recommend BOND to anyone looking for a relaxing but classy evening.

WARNING! If you come here wearing high heels, be very careful going down the staircase to the lobby aka THE STAIRWAY TO HELL. I trampled down these stairs on two separate occasions prior to my visit here last night and both times I was completely sober... hehe Ciao! xoxo

Theme Song: 2Nite - Janet Jackson

Converse Store on Newbury Street!

I know I am about 2 weeks late, but better late than never! ;) The Converse store on Newbury Street is now open to the public. In the event of the grand opening, Converse is hosting "Open Gym" at BU's FitRec. They're giving away free t-shirts, jerseys, and giftcards this weekend! Check it out Chuck Taylor lovers!

November 02, 2010

Giveaway of the Week!

I am really excited to be announcing my first giveaway EVER today. This one is really cool because you get the choice between two amazing services! And the prize is...

1 Microdermabrasion OR 3 Small areas of Laser Hair Removal ($200 value)
at Boston Medical Aesthetics

For those of you who do not know what either services are, let me explain. A microdermabrasion is a skin exfoliation that uses crystal to remove dead skin. It is pain-free and results are phenomenal. A microdermabrasion can improve the appearance of acne, scars, blackheads etc.

Laser Hair Removal [LHR]is an equally amazing phenomena in the aesthetic and dermatology world. The LHR service significantly reduces your hair growth. This too is also pain-free and has long lasting results. Say SAYONARA to your unwanted facial & body hair!


These services usually cost an arm-and-a-leg, so please take advantage of this giveaway! I promise it is not a hoax! And I also guarantee that the winner will love either/or of the procedures! (P.S. males are eligible too!)



Trivia Question: How many tips [materials] are available to use for a microdermabrasion?

Please answer the question in the comments section of this post and email me your mailing address - sumairaa724@yahoo.com. If you need refreshing on the offer and redemption details, refer to the video below!

Good luck everyone! I look forward to announcing the lucky winner on Monday! XOXO

October 26, 2010

Coming soon...

As a token of my gratitude to my followers, once a week, I will be giving away gift certificates and fun stuff to one lucky person. Stay tuned for details... XOXO

October 24, 2010

Whiskey Park @ The Park Plaza Hotel

Our second stop with the FM'ers was Whiskey Park at the Park Plaza Hotel. I will be completely honest, by the time I arrived here, I was a little bit inebriated to say the least, so I will share whatever I can remember...

I entered to find out the my cover fee was waived which was an automatic endorphin boost. Everyone in the club just looked so happy, so naturally, that made me happy. There was great music with unfortunately with too much PDA and a lottttt of dirty dancing (I am such a grandma.)

Whiskey Park was crowded, but not to the point when I could feel someone else's sweat dripping on me. That has happened way too many times at other places. YUCK! The service at the bar was OK. The bartenders all looked so pissed off. But I guess when it's 1:30 am and you have drunk people screaming names of drinks in your face, it's almost impossible not to have a sour puss face on. I also wonder if in order to become a bartender at Whiskey Park, you need to have abnormally large boobs overflowing out of your shirt at all times?

I had an absolute blast here. I will definitely be coming back here. Just one teeny tiny thing I would change about Whiskey Park that would be impossible to do so I don't even know why I am mentioning it BUT the washrooms are really inconveniently located. You have to go down a slippery set of spiral staircases in the basement. Yikes! I was scared for my life with my 5 inch heels on. Other than that though, I HIGHLY recommend this place if you want to go out dancing with your friends.


Theme Song: Dirty Talk - David Guetta featuring Wynter Gordon