We are the first to admit that we know next to zero French, so we went in expecting to not understand anything. It was a pleasant surprise when about half of the performances were in English, so we really got the best of both worlds.
The bouncer was not very friendly, unfortunately, and we don’t know what might have happened to make him that way at that particular moment. He asked us to finish our coffees outside, which we were happy to do, and we wanted to understand if it was a business policy or a law since we are visitors. Keep in mind there was no lineup or anything else we could tell that was causing him pressure, but he still shouted at us to take our coffees outside. We really felt like we hadn’t asked aggressively or rudely, and there was music playing, so we asked if he had heard our question. He said yes, and then stared at us... awkward. However, when we came back, he was completely pleasant as if nothing had happened, which was even stranger and we had to get a drink to forget about it.
Top-notch performances and a truly pleasant crowd! It was really nice to see diverse genders and expressions here too. A fun night to be had!
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