Fodor's Expert Review El Squid Roe
If you are easily offended, have a hard time letting loose, or have a heart condition, you may want to think twice before entering this 4-story party spot where anything goes. Waiters dance and gyrate with female patrons, roaming waitresses pour Jell-O shots down your throat, frat-boy wannabes attempt beer-chugging contests, and scantily clad dancers undulate in a makeshift penitentiary. During spring break or high season, more than 3,500 revelers come here on any given night—and many stay until sunrise. Feeling out of place? Head for one of the balconies on the third and fourth floors (which can be reached by elevator) where the scene is a bit less lurid. Around the corner stands the bar's souvenir shop with humorous T-shirts. If you need to soak up some of that alcohol before heading home, grab a taco from Billy Kitchen just at the front of the club. El Squid Roe also has a full menu, serving pastas, steaks, and salads.