Dallas >Skye Bar
BEWARE!! this club robs you when paying with credit card!!!. Went to this place on a Saturday....Awful place of business when it comes to ordering drinks with your credit card!!! BEWARE!!! This place automatically will charge you a 20% tip to your bill without you even requesting it. The worset part was when I asked for manager to come talk to me about why they feel the need to charge 20% to ever credit card customer he's responds was "we are allowed to do that if we please," so I told him this is not a resturant you can not do that and I refuse to pay 20% for my one beer and shot...they made me sign my bill and for the total they wanted and escorted me out... I know this is fraud and this place has not heard the last of me!!! Seriously credit card payers BEWARE with your money in that place because the bartenders will rip you off due to the cash paying people not tipping them they think they have the right to get it out of the credit card payers....Disgusting place of business if you ask me!!!!
Ridiculously loud rooftop music.
I live directly parallel and across the street to Skye Bar's rooftop and there is absolutely no reason why the music should be playing so loud! I can hear every single word to every song and the bass makes my bedroom window shake. No I am not a grandma in her 60's. I'm 28 and party all of the time but, like most, I work early in the morning during the week and would like to go to sleep before 2am on Wednesday and Thursday nights!!! I've been to several clubs uptown/downtown and have never heard music played that loud on any rooftop bar. I can only imagine how loud it must be if you are actually on Skye Bar's roof. In instances like this, I believe one person can make a difference. If it takes calling 911 to report a noise disturbance every week, filing complaints with the leasing office, and asking for help from a friend who is a DPO and my boyfriend who works for Fox 4..
I will do something about this. I still have a year left on my lease and I will not put up with this every week. Good luck Skye Bar!
SEC. 30-4. LOUDSPEAKERS AND AMPLIFIERS.
(a) A person commits an offense if he operates or causes to be operated any mechanical loudspeaker or sound amplifier in a public place or upon any public sidewalk, street, alley, or highway of the city in violation of any of the following limitations and requirements:
(1) RESIDENCE means a single-family, duplex, or multifamily dwelling.
SEC. 30-5. PENALTIES.
(a) Criminal penalties. An offense under this chapter is punishable by a criminal fine not to exceed $2,000. A person commits a separate offense each day or portion of a day during which a violation is committed, permitted, or continued. A culpable mental state is not required for the commission of an offense under this chapter.
(b) Civil penalties. In addition to imposing the criminal penalty prescribed in Subsection (a), the city may, in accordance with Chapter 54 of the Texas Local Government Code, bring a civil action against a person violating a provision of this chapter. The civil action may include, but is not limited to, a suit to recover a civil penalty pursuant to Section 54.017 of the Texas Local Government Code not to exceed $1,000 for each day or portion of a day during which the violation is committed, continued, or permitted. (Ord. 24835)
The party elite struts in couture at this downtown club.. The scantily clad line up on Main Street to enter this multiple level bar with a tropical rooftop landscape. Sexy ladies in stilettos stride into the first level and order cosmopolitans and men in stiff collared shirts eyeball them as they walk onto the tiled dance floor. Upstairs, people line the balcony to survey the first floor go-go moves below and cuddle on leather corner couches. Those who prefer more natural to disco ball lighting congregate by the rooftop bar and cruise on cuties sitting by the splashing waterfall and waving palm trees.
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