I will visit the club wednesday afternoon, and talk to a manager. Clear our dress code with them. Or see about renting a booth and having everyone chip in ahead of time to have our own special private section.
The official dress code for most nightclubs is listed as “Stylish Attire.” The definition of “stylish” may mean something entirely different to each person, so take that to mean that tennis shoes, baseball hats, jerseys, shorts, most all t-shirts, and any jeans considered too “baggy” will likely get rejected.
Just because you’ve read here or heard elsewhere that something isn’t allowed in a nightclub does not mean that you wont see it walking past the ropes. Someone may know someone, know the doorman, or be part of a group that is spending a small fortune on table service. Don’t let the double standard bother you, thats the way of the world kid.
Woman, please keep your heels on at the end of the night or plan on wearing some that are more comfortable. You spend so much time getting dressed to look nice, often times to only end up drunk and barefoot walking through the bar. Seriously, not a good look.