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HEART BAR ****** Located in the middle of the floor at the Planet Hollywood Resort&Casino, the Heart Bar can be perceived as a bit of a con-artist, as at first it seems a lot more promising than it really is. We went to Planet Hollywood to see a show and were looking for a cool spot to meet with friends afterwards. I did my due diligence, read the reviews, decided it sounded like a decent place to indulge in some late evening socializing. However, the ambience of the venue turned out to possess this extremely “cookie-cutter-gone- wrong” vibe with all that brown leather, chrome finish, subdued lighting and mirror elements everywhere. Normally I enjoy this kind of setting, but in this case everything appeared to be slightly off. The featured dance music was played at such an ear-splitting volume that I was completely hoarse by the time we left. And we only stayed there for about 2 hrs! The leather armchairs were pretty comfortable (although the springs seemed rather worn out, ours had a big unsupported area you fell into if you leaned back  too much),  but spaced in such a peculiar way that you ended up either all four of you sitting next to each other like a row of ducks (not great unless you want to play the Chinese Whispers game) or miles apart separated by a huge coffee- table, yelling at each other at the top of your lungs. The waitresses are very attractive and friendly, but they certainly take their sweet time bringing your beverages. One thing that absolutely shocked me is that they did not even have a drinks menu! And I specifically asked for it, so they actually made a 10-minute show of futilely attempting to locate one before gravely announcing that such an item indeed does not currently reside on the premises. No drinks menu at a bar, really? They must seriously be into games, this time let’s play the guessing one, namely what booze, pray tell, might your esteemed establishment carry? In hindsight could be why the service is so slow, as the poor waitresses have to do this game with every single one of the patrons. Jonnie Walker? Nope. Chivas? Nope. Ballantines? Nope. Glenfiddich – you utter timidly, ever so slightly discouraged and more than slightly pissed off. And not at all pissed like you should be. Very sad, because as any civilized person will tell you some light inebriation at a bar is an absolute must, so inability to proceed according to century long protocol and unnecessary delays appear not only annoying, but also almost tragic. Well, after a while you finally get lucky. And so it goes. In my case it was pretty short. Asked about red wine, expecting a list of at least 10. After another consultation with the barman I was told they could fix me up with some Pinot Noir or Cabernet Sauvignon. Chose the Cabernet, as I actually knew the brand. A small glass (seemed like a lot less than I get elsewhere) cost substantially more than the entire bottle at a store. The waitress then presented us with the bill for the whole party, without even asking us first if we perhaps preferred separate tabs. So far so good, you get the idea. The one upside of Heart and something that should lift most male spirits (after the ordeal of the whispering and guessing games) is the happy circumstance that the venue offers lovely entertainment in form of gorgeous go-go dancers. These enchanting young ladies wear outfits consisting of some adventurously inclined lingerie and not much more. I must admit that the strategically placed sexy girls (on the side tables, so that you can see them from the inside as well as the outside of the bar) certainly constitute the only attraction of this establishment and the sole reason I would ever even consider going back there again. Which I probably will not.

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HEART BAR ****** Located in the middle of the floor at the Planet Hollywood Resort&Casino, the Heart Bar can be perceived as a bit of a con- artist, as at first it seems a lot more promising than it really is. We went to Planet Hollywood to see a show and were looking for a cool spot to meet with friends afterwards. I did my due diligence, read the reviews, decided it sounded like a decent place to indulge in some late evening socializing. However, the ambience of the venue turned out to possess this extremely “cookie-cutter-gone- wrong” vibe with all that brown leather, chrome finish, subdued lighting and mirror elements everywhere. Normally I enjoy this kind of setting, but in this case everything appeared to be slightly off. The featured dance music was played at such an ear-splitting volume that I was completely hoarse by the time we left. And we only stayed there for about 2 hrs! The leather armchairs were pretty comfortable (although the springs seemed rather worn out, ours had a big unsupported area you fell into if you leaned back  too much),  but spaced in such a peculiar way that you ended up either all four of you sitting next to each other like a row of ducks (not great unless you want to play the Chinese Whispers game) or miles apart separated by a huge coffee-table, yelling at each other at the top of your lungs. The waitresses are very attractive and friendly, but they certainly take their sweet time bringing your beverages. One thing that absolutely shocked me is that they did not even have a drinks menu! And I specifically asked for it, so they actually made a 10-minute show of futilely attempting to locate one before gravely announcing that such an item indeed does not currently reside on the premises. No drinks menu at a bar, really? They must seriously be into games, this time let’s play the guessing one, namely what booze, pray tell, might your esteemed establishment carry? In hindsight could be why the service is so slow, as the poor waitresses have to do this game with every single one of the patrons. Jonnie Walker? Nope. Chivas? Nope. Ballantines? Nope. Glenfiddich – you utter timidly, ever so slightly discouraged and more than slightly pissed off. And not at all pissed like you should be. Very sad, because as any civilized person will tell you some light inebriation at a bar is an absolute must, so inability to proceed according to century long protocol and unnecessary delays appear not only annoying, but also almost tragic. Well, after a while you finally get lucky. And so it goes. In my case it was pretty short. Asked about red wine, expecting a list of at least 10. After another consultation with the barman I was told they could fix me up with some Pinot Noir or Cabernet Sauvignon. Chose the Cabernet, as I actually knew the brand. A small glass (seemed like a lot less than I get elsewhere) cost substantially more than the entire bottle at a store. The waitress then presented us with the bill for the whole party, without even asking us first if we perhaps preferred separate tabs. So far so good, you get the idea. The one upside of Heart and something that should lift most male spirits (after the ordeal of the whispering and guessing games) is the happy circumstance that the venue offers lovely entertainment in form of gorgeous go- go dancers. These enchanting young ladies wear outfits consisting of some adventurously inclined lingerie and not much more. I must admit that the strategically placed sexy girls (on the side tables, so that you can see them from the inside as well as the outside of the bar) certainly constitute the only attraction of this establishment and the sole reason I would ever even consider going back there again. Which I probably will not.
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