Fair warning: the floor gets a bit sticky with all the drinks that people spill in this place. Fun times — This is a nice little bar, my friends said it had good food i didnt eat there and the drinks were priced according to nyc prices. The crowd is decent enough - most patrons I encountered were just looking to have a good time and enjoying themselves like human beings unlike the swarm of meatheads and ditzy girls I usually encounter at places like Joshua Tree. Enjoy our Happy Hour Drink specials while watching the game with Specials Starting at 12pm Monday through Friday! Definitely more of a drinking place. Or what Victoria's T-shirt says at the end of the movie? Great food like empanadas and burritos. A brunch of drunk bros broing out to 80's music.
The large dining area combines modern sleek with 21st-century edge. It's our 2nd Annual Halloween Karaoke Party! If you put on the best music, the ladies will whip out the best dance moves in turn, which will pull more guys into the bar. Not a knock on Joshua Tree itself, but merely a reality of the area. He was very rude when we asked and would just brush it off and just made every time we ordered a drink from him unpleasant. I did not realize how big the place was just from looking at the outside! Meh — A moderately fun place to hang out but nothing special. If you spend your Monday nights at a regular bar, you come off as the sad, aging girl who is clearly going through serious post-grad depression.
Wouldn't even call it 80's night, because they would play 90's as well bell biv devoe, house of pain, sir mix alot etc. The entire bar sang along, and the music videos played on the dozens of tv's along the walls. Always gets a good crowd although sometimes to much of a crowd was also there for the yankee world series win and there was a great atmosphere. I come from a family of people working in the service industry so I'm very forgiving of these thing but this guy is the worst. Looking forward to some pints with friends tonight. I would highly, highly recommend this bar and I cannot wait to go back again next time I visit the city! Overall, this could be a great place to hang out with some buddies and catch a game.
Wings were too spicy for me but the quesadillas were delish. The music is fun, and I love that they play the music videos on all of the televisions. This review is about the atmosphere, not food. Atmosphere: Joshua Tree is pretty laid back and casual. The drinks are good, if you like the frozen or mixed genre of the cuchi collegiate.
I suggest sticking to beer. We work with you individually to arrange the food and drink set up in a way that works for you. If they don't step up their service level however, I would never come. Perfect for after work with friends or coworkers, and great for larger groups! I didn't write a review then but I said something to the manger because it was absurd. However, the bar food is average. But it's pretty and good if you're in the mood for a sweet drink. The food was better than average and the service was decent.
I've been here several times, each of which has its own crazy experience to follow. We explored the city and did the typical dinner in Time Square. But maybe I'm just sore because I recently had my jacket stolen after i left it on a seat for about 10 minutes. Or what Victoria's T-shirt says at the end of the movie? There is also a special Happy Hour menu available for guests to choose from. If there is a gripe, it's that it is very crowded, and they tend to play the same songs often so it's hard to make it a regular spot without getting bored.
They played New Kids on the Block several times which was awesome! It will always be very near and dear to my heart. Having a good buzz on already we went in. Bartenders are reasonably friendly and for a place as crowded as it was the bouncers were not overbearing or rude at all. Cure that frat-house withdrawal syndrome and relive your college-drinking days in a friendly environment. It was a fun night. However I understood that it was his first day so I cut him some slack. Now they've added an updated Lunch Menu.
Naturally, you could find me hauling my ass to Joshua Tree, rain, snow, or shine. I have to say, I've tried all of the Brussel Sprouts in the neighborhood. Pro tip-check in to get 10 dollar pitchers of budlight. Worst Drink — I went to Joshua Tree to have a Margarita, it was ridiculous. Not a bad bar bar, just avoid Millar. Go ahead, have a cocktail or 3.
They do have 2 bars so make sure to walk to the back where the signs are for trivia night. Be our guest, be our guest put your boozing to the test! Be prepared to hold your own coat for the entire night as there are no coat checks and seating is very limited. The pricing was great as well. The music is all 80's and 90's hits and we loved literally every song that played. Be sure to visit the page for alerts and conditions before hiking. The music is really cool if you like 80s and 90s music, accompanied by the videos on the big screens.
They were really watered down. Remember not to get a table against the wall at the weekend as you'll find you'll loose it the moment it gets busy - still a great spot to watch the 80's videos though. Unfortunately we learned right off the bat that our bartender was new. Classic 80's bonanza — I've stopped by here many times and always had a great time. Weekends aren't too bad, but it is hit or miss based on who is there. Provides a different experience than the other bars for people this age.