bambuTwo Cafe + Martini Lounge
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Member Reviews (5)
- bambuTwo Cafe + Martini LoungeMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 3Jun 26, 2013
I've been here for happy hour a couple of times and really enjoy this property. We've had fairly large groups and so management set aside the very back area divided by a "beaded partition" which gives some boundaries to our section, but open so you don't feel boxed in. Martini lovers will jump at the $3.50 happy hour prices; if that isn't your drink of choice, they also have wine, beer, and cocktails at reduced cost. There are a number of tapas available, normally $6 but $4 at happy hour; I've enjoyed the smoked salmon and cream cheese croissant, mini quiche lorraine, shrimp shumai, and lamb and pork meatballs. Not huge portions, but adequate. Delivery time for the drinks and food were a bit slow on my most recent visit, but only 2 staff were on duty on probably a slow Wednesday night, so I can't fault them as they were doing their best. I like the atmosphere and decor, so I'd certainly make a return trip here.
-- Parking is best had at one of the fairly inexpensive Chinatown/downtown municipal parking garages and walk on over, or on the street where you find it.
- bambuTwo Cafe + Martini LoungeMar 22, 2013
The happy hour martini's they have are amazing and worth the reduced price of $3.50, but unless it's a First Friday in Chinatown or there's some sort of hyped up band/event going on, then this place is normally pretty empty...however, it's definitely worth coming to try their tapas ($4 at HH)