It is what it is.
I've patroned Pub Fiction multiple times. I've been denied the opportunity to patron Pub Fiction twice. The place caters to yuppies, that's a fact. If you don't like it, leave it. I am not a yuppy, but Pub Fiction no doubt is a great place to go to meet females (fine ones at that). Most of the crowd are college 20 yr.-old-somethings, or used to be (as I). Filled with lot's of people who like to go out and "look cool". I remember one time I was in line and the 2 guys behind me were complaining about the length of the line. One of them felt the need to bring up the length of his...well, I'll quote him, "F*ck, if they made a line based on the size of your d*ck I'd be right in the front." Obviously he's got the game of a champion. The times I was not able to enter were when I showed up with one of my boys and had on the Steve Maddens I wear EVERYWHERE (including all the previous times at Pub Fiction), and was told I wore sneakers. Eh, whatever I just made a call to the 4 girls (inside the bar) we were going to chill at Pub Fiction with and mosied on to a different place. If you know someone who knows someone on the staff, you'll have no trouble with entry as long as you dress right. All in all...if you have been to Pub Fiction, you know what to expect. If you haven't, you WILL understand once you arrive. The music is corny as hell everytime. The same old Top 40, although I think the crowd wouldn't know what to do if some new DJ's showed up. I've said a lot of negative things about the place, so let me give it some props for what the place has earned. HDTV. Anyone who appreciates that knows what's up. Nothing but HD in the place. Besides television, the restrooms are always clean, the drinks always good, and plenty of seating.
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In conclusion, I never look forward to this place unless I'm meeting a group of friends. I would never come here by myself or with a friend to "look" for a good time. There are other quality, friendly places that cater to those nights.