Monday, February 11, 2008

Where are the striped shirts going to hang out?

The Galaxy Concert Theatre (on Harbor) is shutting it's doors. I can't say that I'm heart broken though. That place always has had bad vibes for me. Every time I've ever been there something has happend. It was always filled with meat heads and hoochies, not my favorite. It could have been great if they would have kept it a great place to see live music, but that stopped awhile ago. Here's the skinny on what's going down.

"The Galaxy Concert Theatre, a staple of the live-music scene in Orange County for 13 years, is closing at the end of February, and new owners will debut an uber-nightclub in the Santa Ana space on June 1.

A spokesperson for the Mor Project, a new restaurant/nightclub management group helmed by Anton Posniak, said the new, 25,000-square-foot club called RevolveR would cater to upscale clubgoers, offering multiple rooms of entertainment, myriad VIP areas, fireplaces, indoor/outdoor seating and eight full-service bars.

Additionally, plans call for RevolveR’s design theme to change every few months — sort of a planned makeover.The Mor Project is the same group behind soon-to-open venues the Rustic Vine (in the Irvine Spectrum) and the Irezumi Sushi Lounge in Costa Mesa."

Hmm...that could be cool. As long as it's not only filled with meat heads and hoochies.


At 3:35 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sort of sounds like another Club Vegas or Sutra Lounge, doesn't it?
I prefer the live music venue without the meathead/hoochie mama vibe.
Thanks for the news!

At 10:27 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

There is a lawsuite filed in US Federal Court, against the Mor project, Anton Posniak, Brian Garbutt & two other Mor officers.

Also in 2005 Anton Posniak was sued by a contractor in LA for not paying the contractor for work on Ivar & Paladar.

At 10:04 PM, Anonymous Tara said...

Anton Posniak has created many Hot Spots on the West Coast. Places that attract the best-known names. He is remarkable!


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