The Glass Lounge Now Charges to Get In

4 Mar

Since my initial posting about Glass Lounge way back when I have gotten SEVERAL comments from people.  Most of them just negative.  I did have the owner of Glass reach out to me and invite me back, but I have not made an attempt.

Reason being?  Just wasn’t interested.

Been there. Done that.  As Jay-Z said… on to the next one.

Now, don’t get me wrong, at the time I went there, the club was BEAUTIFUL.  Aesthetics aside, I just wasn’t into it because the music sucked. (I could even forget the fact it was hotter than hell in there.  Since I’m the kind that can fall asleep in a sauna.)

Recently I received the following comment from a reader:

Shawn, let me tell you why they attempted to charge you $10 to get through the door.  They now let in 18 year olds.  YUP!  So you did yourself a favor not going in that place.  Next time try Winstons.

Signs that a club is going down hill?  They let in 18 year olds.

I’m going to assume that Glass is catering to the SMU market by letting these kids in.

Once the SMU kids come to play it’s time to take your ball and find another playground. 

Glass, let me give  you a LITTLE advice:

1.)    Eradicate this 18 years or up rule

2.)    Don’t charge anyone who is of drinking age

3.)    YOU NEED TO BUILD EXCLUSIVITY! 

The first two things are easy to accomplish.  I haven’t been to Glass lately, but I’m going to assume the place has not been junked out by Affliction wearing motherfuckers, and girls who wear dresses two sizes too small.

You guys know that Dallas is stuck up and jaded.  People want to be in a place just to be seen.  They want others to know they got in and you didn’t.  Dallas thrives off that adolescent bullshit.  You have the PERFECT facility to accomplish this.  Bring that shit back.  Turn away people at that place.  You want it to be known that Glass is THE SPOT.

People go because they hear great things about the club.  Make it exclusive.  Have high rollers run through there.  Different girls of all flavors.  Men who dress the part.  Have a standard.

Let me tell you, letting 18 years into a club is NOT the standard.

I have no idea why I want Glass to do well.

Please tell me you got rid of that DJ.

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